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ASUS Blitz Formula P35 motherboard
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 17 October 2007 11:48

Reviewed at TweakTown

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Asus Blitz
Asus Blitz
While X38 is now making its way into the retail market slowly, P35 has been here for some time, long enough to prove itself to be a great successor to the P965 series chipset. This is especially because it has both DDR2 and DDR3 support, and in some cases you can even get boards with both DDR3 and DDR2 memory slots onboard. You simply can’t use them at the same time, but one thing is for sure, it makes upgrading a lot easier. This is no surprise as Intel has done this before with the 915 chipset which gave both DDR and DDR2 memory support on a single chipset.

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MSI P35 Platinum Motherboard Review
Written by Gizmo   
Friday, 28 September 2007 22:52
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Oz Hardare take a look at this board for us:

Having just completed a review of the ASUS P5KR last week, I am a bit taken back by the similarities I am finding on the MSI P35 Platinum. Yes I know they’re both based on the P35 chipset, but it goes further than that. The included features of the 2 boards are extremely similar, and yet the MSI version is almost AU$60 more expensive, so as ASUS boards aren’t generally the cheapest on the market, the question has to be asked of what this MSI board has to demand such a price premium, hopefully we’ll be able to shed some light through this review.

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ASUS M2V - Motherboard Based on VIA K8T890 (Socket AM2) Chipset
Written by Gizmo   
Sunday, 23 September 2007 22:39
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Digit-Life give us the low-down on this motherboard:

Models based on VIA chipsets have always occupied a small but permanent place among ASUS system boards. In other words even at times when for some reason boards based on VIA chipsets were scarce, those wishing to get one had a good chance of finding something suitable among ASUS models. In case of Socket AM2, though, there is no problem finding system boards based on VIA chipsets. One can find offers from ECS, Foxconn, MSI and ASRock available on the market. Besides, ASRock ALiveSATA2-GLAN is based on the same K8T890 chipset as the system board being examined in this article. Taking into consideration that the two companies are more than related, one may wonder why they would release models that are similar and are based on, well, unpopular chipsets under differend brand names. However, from the consumer's viewpoint any competition (even internal) is definitely for the good, because it broadens the choice. While lowering the price is most likely out of the question in this case, because it is already not very high for a discrete chipset with good functionality.

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Foxconn releases overclocker's motherboard
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 30 August 2007 11:08

From DailyTech:

Say hello to the new Foxconn Quantum Force series

Foxconn today announced its first motherboard catered towards the enthusiast and overclocking crowd – the MARS. The Foxconn MARS features Intel’s P35 Express chipset and is the first of the company’s new Quantum Force model lineup. Foxconn claims to tune the MARS specifically for overclocking with posted front-side bus speeds of 575 MHz, or 2300 MHz effectively.

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Gigabyte P35C-DS3R Motherboard
Written by Gizmo   
Monday, 06 August 2007 22:55
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SysOpt put this mobo through its paces:

Gigabyte's putting a new twist on the transition market with its GA-P35C-DS3R, supporting two types of memory, along with full overclocking adjustments. How will it succeed in its aims to appeal to early adopters and overclockers as well as more budget-conscious buyers already invested in DDR2?

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