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Abit IP-35 Pro, iP35 Express, S 775, PCI-E (x16), DDR2 667/800, SATA II, SATA RAID, ATX - Today Only
Abit IP-35 Pro, iP35 Express, S 775, PCI-E (x16), DDR2 667/800, SATA II, SATA RAID, ATX - Today Only

Abit IP-35 Pro, iP35 Express, S 775, PCI-E (x16), DDR2 667/800, SATA II, SATA RAID, ATX - Today Only

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Usually retails around £90-95 - lowest Ive seen for the past year or so. Great OCing motherboard with an array of awards to back the claim up.

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Intel's best processor for multimedia applications with up to 80 percent faster performance for highly-threaded applications and four processing cores to handle the most massive throughput, the Intel Core 2 Extreme quad-core processor provides exceptional performance. With the IP35 Pro you are prepared for the latest 65nm and next generation 45 nm multi-core CPUs. With processors supporting Intels SpeedStep Technology (EIST) the IP35 Pro offers even more advanced energy efficiency.

see scan.co.uk/pro…956 for technical info

6 Comments

I have the vanilla version of this board..the basic Abit IP-35 E I think it is, was only £50 from scan. Very good board, this one just has a few more shiney bits on it..

Original Poster

Yep - IP 35 E is the smaller brother

Pro version has more bells and whistles mostly aimed for those wanting to push their components or have more control over specific settings

Original Poster

Again - cold votes with no justification

Probably same people that voted cold on the E8200 listing which now appears to be over 300 deg

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Abits are nice boards... but i'm waiting for a good amd chipset

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The problem with the iP35 board range is that more than the tiniest bit of overclocking kills the standby and hibernate features.

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The problem with the iP35 board range is that more than the tiniest bit … The problem with the iP35 board range is that more than the tiniest bit of overclocking kills the standby and hibernate features.


Gigabyte P35 boards also have issues with standby when over-clocking although it varies depending on which chip you use. I ran a Q9300 at 400MHz+ with no problems but an E4500 had problems at 333MHz FSB on the same board and BIOS version.
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