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Old 6th July 2007, 13:26   #1
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Default Abit IP35-E Socket 775 Motherboard Review

P35! Huh? For those who don't know, P35 is the designation for Intel's newest chipset on the market. This chipset is the successor to the highly successful Intel 965 chipset. What I have today is Abit's entry level board into this market. 'Off Limits' is the slogan Abit is using to tout this new series of motherboards that it has developed. Even though this is the entry level board in the series, it is not short on features. HDMI ready, 12 USB ports, support for the newest Intel 1333 FSB processors, and 7.1 surround sound make this board ready for action. Seeing that this is the entry level, I am curious as to how well it performs against some of the chipsets and motherboards on the market today. Let's find out.

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/ip35economy/
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I am very happy with this board
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welcome to the forums Hardware Collection Crazy Dude

What FSB OC do you get on average on your Abit?
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What FSB OC do you get on average on your Abit?

2400mhz @ 3408mhz on Air



This is the highest i got so far CPU-Z Validator Database
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426 with Quad Core is not bad at all!
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426 with Quad Core is not bad at all!
I like my Quad Core better then my X6800es

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