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**B Grade** Abit IP35 Pro XE Intel P35 Motherboard - £69.74 @ Overclockers
**B Grade** Abit IP35 Pro XE Intel P35 Motherboard - £69.74 @ Overclockers

**B Grade** Abit IP35 Pro XE Intel P35 Motherboard - £69.74 @ Overclockers

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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 Intel’s SpeedStep Technology (EIST) the IP35 Pro offers even more advanced energy efficiency. Solid State Capacitors significantly reduce heat dissipation and offer best voltage regulation, thereby increasing performance while extending product life and even under most stressful conditions.

- LGA 775
- Intel® P35
- FSB 1600
- Dual DDR2 1066
- PCI-E X16
- SATA 3G RAID
- 2x eSATA 3G
- Gigabit LAN
- IEEE1394
- 7.1 CH HD Audio
- RoHS Compliancy
- SilentOTES™
- µGuru™ Tech
- CMOS Reset Switch

Originally sold at £81.99+VAT

14 Comments

Original Poster

This is around a hundred pounds everywhere else.

£61.49 + £8.25 postage (Total should be £69.74) and the price should be in the title along with the supplier (OverClockers UK)

Only 2 left though.

Original Poster

Apologies about the postage and thanks. However, it tells you that it is overclockers at the bottom of the listing

3 year old motherboard.
Old socket.
Old chipset.
Abit pulled out of motherboard business, limited support.
b grade / Second hand.
Overclockers.

Davidben83

Apologies about the postage and thanks. However, it tells you that it is … Apologies about the postage and thanks. However, it tells you that it is overclockers at the bottom of the listing



some of us, like myself, display the deals in text only format, so it doesn't tell us until we open the deal

Original Poster

whybother

3 year old motherboard.Old socket. Old chipset. Abit pulled out of … 3 year old motherboard.Old socket. Old chipset. Abit pulled out of motherboard business, limited support. b grade / Second hand. Overclockers.



That is spurious and I will tell you why.

One of the most popular deals today is a inter celeron pc for about one hundred and fifty. However, inter celeron is old and is not as good as the i7 which just happens to be about four times more expensive.

If people would have used your logic, they would have voted the pc cold, not hot, for the reasons above.

Original Poster

spoony100

some of us, like myself, display the deals in text only format, so it … some of us, like myself, display the deals in text only format, so it doesn't tell us until we open the deal



I see, done thanks

whybother

3 year old motherboard.Old socket. Old chipset. Abit pulled out of … 3 year old motherboard.Old socket. Old chipset. Abit pulled out of motherboard business, limited support. b grade / Second hand. Overclockers.



Agree completely, the motherboard that I'm currently using is a P35 that I built exactly 3 years ago this month.... and still better than this one being offered as mine has ddr3 sockets as well as ddr2. Sorry but I just don't see the point in buying an old motherbaord design.... might as well give up on building your own system if you would put this in it anyway and just buy a zoostorm or whatever other generic computer.

whybother

3 year old motherboard.Old socket. Old chipset. Abit pulled out of … 3 year old motherboard.Old socket. Old chipset. Abit pulled out of motherboard business, limited support. b grade / Second hand. Overclockers.


LOL. And they only give a 30 day warranty. Freezing.
Nothing wrong with old tech if the price is right but at this price with this warranty this doesn’t make sense.

You got to be saying to yourself, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, the heart and sould of any PC, the biggest pain in the bum to replace if it all goes wrong, the thought of putting a b grade MOBO in my PC is a deffinate No No. Every time you had an issue with hardware you would be thinking, is it the mother board.

To be fair, even a brand new motherboard can go wrong, less likely but it can happen. When I built a system about 6/7 years ago I had a brand new abit motherboard and an AMD sempron, after about 3 months the ps/2 ports stopped working.... couldn't be bothered to take it all apart again and send it in for replacement/refund (ebuyer) so just got myself USB versions... only problem was I could no longer enter the bios to change anything.. ironically even the enable USB on boot, LOL... other than that it worked fine for a few years... just would never trust abit again personally and always go for a better spec board nowadays.

This is old hat this thing. cold cold cold cold cold

It's very good motherboard but it should cost around £30 or less to attract conscious buyers

Original Poster

Wow - I am almost impressed by how cold this is!
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