More on the P35

Subject: Motherboards | May 22, 2007 - 04:20 PM |

Legit Reviews managed to get a hold of 2GBs of Kingston's PC3-11000 HyperX that runs 1375Mhz @ 7-7-7-20 and 1.7V.  They also tried Corsair's PC3-10600 XMS3 DHX, 1333MHz @ 9-9-9-24 and 1.5V.  They tested their DDR2 modules on an ASUS P5K Deluxe and the DDR3 on an ASUS P5K3 Deluxe.  It seems that even with these high speed DDR3 modules, there isn't any overwhelming gain to be received by switching from DDR2.

The P35 has come

Subject: Motherboards | May 21, 2007 - 03:04 PM |

While we have seen hints of what Intel's new chipset can do, until today we have not seen enough to really judge.  Now that the NDA has expired, you can get a lot more information.  Start off at [H]ard|OCP and get information on both the P35 that is targeted more for gamers, and the G33 with it's integrated graphics. 

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The Intel P35 Chipset

Asus and Gigabyte sent over a couple of board each based on the new Intel P35 chipset and we take some time to open them up, test them, look at the features and compare DDR2 memory speeds to the new DDR3 memory.

More play for less power

Subject: Motherboards | May 18, 2007 - 02:28 PM |

The ASUS M2A-VM HDMI offers a nice drop in power consumption and a more than adequate onboard graphics card, for those not looking to build the next greatest gaming rig.  For it's price it offers a nice selection of extras, though don't expect to be able to place a second graphics card in it, that is not the aim of this board.  HotHardware likes it as a step up from an nForce board in speed and a step d

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P35 Express board found in the wild

Subject: Motherboards | May 15, 2007 - 05:08 PM |

Through some odd timing, Legion Hardware managed to purchase a retail P35 board before getting a reference mobo from Intel and signing a NDA.  So feast your eyes on the first review of the ASUS P5K Deluxe.  They have tested fully with DDR2, and this board can overclock.  Get on over and see what everyone else will be showing on the 21st.

Just the bare necessities

Subject: Motherboards | May 11, 2007 - 04:16 PM |

[H]ard|OCP picked the new sub $100 board, the EVGA 650i Ultra to find out how it compares to the 680i.  By paring out almost every optional feature, including SLI, they have created a value class motherboard that is perfect for those consumers who just want a basic board and are unconcerned with overclocking or tweaking.  If you know someone who wants a PC just for surfing, this may be per

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Gigabyte goes all out with 680i

Subject: Motherboards | May 7, 2007 - 01:44 PM |

The Gigabyte N680SLI-DQ6 is one of the most feature rich motherboards on the planet, with a price to match.  It also has one impressive cooling system, even surpassing MSI's upcoming Circu-Pipe cooling for Bearlake in it's size, complexity and sheer impressiveness.  The Tech Report has the full review, and you won't believe the feature list they have to test.

Roller coaster inspired cooling

Subject: Motherboards | May 2, 2007 - 02:36 PM |

The Hardware Zone has a set of pictures detailing several of the upcoming Bearlake based motherboards from MSI.  On the high P35 Platinum D3 can handle DDR3 and the P35 Platinum will work with DDR2, for those who don't want to move on yet.  They are also releasing a pair of motherboards with less features than the Platinum series, called the Neo.  The first is just called the P35 Neo, and is built to handle DDR2 and it's very similar cousin, the P35 Neo Combo will have a hybrid memory controller able t

A pair of C2D motherboards, hold the fixins'

Subject: Motherboards | April 26, 2007 - 02:32 PM |

Abit's Fatal1ty FP-IN9 SLI and MSI's P6N SLI Platinum are both based on the new 650i nVidia chipset, although the implementation is different.  Abit's board is less expensive, though that comes at the cost of Firewire and eSATA while the MSI gives you those few extras that many people want.  The problem is that MSI's is also one of the most expensive 650i boa

Do you trust this platform?

Subject: Motherboards | April 25, 2007 - 05:41 PM |

Based around the I965P and ICH8R chipset the ASUS P5B Premium sports all the features you would expect, and it claims to be fully compliant with TPM.  As there really isn't a way to test compliance with TPM yet, [H]ard|OCP couldn't include that test in their review, but they've more than made up for that with a slew of benchmarks.

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