The Intel P35 Chipset Motherboard Round-Up – Abit, ASUS, FoxconnTue, Sep 18, 2007 - 12:00 AM
The P35 In All Of Its Glory
We have already covered the Intel P35 chipset, so we will not go into great detail here, but you can take a look back at previous articles of two more boards that we have tested. The scores for those two boards will be shown in our results, but you may want to look at these two articles just to see what the boards offer. Here they are for quick reference:
We have added four more board to our P35 stock, and have spent the last few weeks testing and comparing these boards so that we could bring you this round-up in hopes of helping you make an informed decision. We realize that all of these P35 boards are DDRII based boards. The DDRIII boards, while certainly interesting and are sure to be looked at here at Legit, are at best scarcely used due to the relatively new introduction of DDRIII products. DDRIII is still expensive when compared to DDRII products. As stated, we will take a look at the DDRIII boards when we get them.
We have a great variety of boards in this round-up. Prices and features and bundles are all over the place when comparing all six of these boards. In the end, it is you, the consumer, that decides what you need, and how much you are willing to pay for it. We just hope to give you insight into what you can expect, and WOW is there a lot of differences in the boards in every area! So, let’s get started by taking a look at each board. We will show you four new boards, and don’t forget to look at our previous two P35 reviews to catch the details of those boards. All right, grab a cup of coffee and let’s go!