ASUS Blitz Formula & Blitz Extreme

ASUS Blitz Formula & Blitz Extreme @ Virtual-Hideout

“ASUS has been gracious in providing us with two enthusiast minded solutions for both DDR2 and DDR3 utilizing the same P35 chipset, in the Blitz Formula and Blitz Extreme. Why would ASUS consider offering the two options? Well in a nut shell, it simply saves you some money since new memory standards are always costly at the start and some users would like to really maximize their DDR2 based system.”

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP @ Hardware Secrets

“Intel X38 is a high-end chipset featuring everything P35 (a mainstream chipset) has plus additional features. The main new feature of X38 compared to P35 is the support for the new PCI Express 2.0 bus, which doubles the maximum theoretical transfer rate of the add-on card you are using, if it is also PCI Express 2.0 (at this moment the only PCI Express 2.0 video card available is GeForce 8800 GT).”

Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6

Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6 @ Virtual-Hideout

“The board I will be reviewing from Gigabyte is the GA-P35-DQ6 featuring a P35/ICH9R chipset combination. This model supports the DDR-2 standard, dual PCIe graphics capability (only crossfire is supported on the Intel chipsets), solid caps all over the board, Quad bios solution, Eight Channel HD audio provided by the Realtek ALC889 codec and silent heatpipe cooling.”

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe @ Hexus

“The race to produce the most feature-rich, fastest LGA775 chipset has lead to Intel releasing the X38. ASUS was only too happy to oblige with a retail example in the form of its fully-laden P5E3 Deluxe. HEXUS puts it through the mill and tells you whether it’s worth buying or not.”

Gigabyte MA69G-S3H

Gigabyte MA69G-S3H @ Digit-Life

“We may assume that users liked the full-size Gigabyte M55plus-S3G based on the GeForce 6100 chipset. That would explain why Gigabyte decided to launch another product of the same form-factor based on AMD 690G chipset. Which looks more appealing from the point of view of demanding users and users of full-size boards.”


ECS P35T-A @ OC Club

“The P35T-A is a full size ATX motherboard that features the Intel P-35 Express chipset. Among other things in this view, you will note the purple color of the motherboard PCB. Something to distinguish this ECS product from many of the other motherboards on the market. While most of the P35 motherboards on the market feature some type of heatpipe cooling for the chipsets and power management circuit, this board does not.”

Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6

Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6 @ TweakTown

“While this was good, the enthusiasts still needed a higher grade chipset. Enter today’s contender, the X38. The new X38 chipset is designed to take over where the aging 975X chipset leaves off. Its abilities have been tweaked as well as some extra goodies. So let’s have a look at our first retail sample board, Gigabyte X38-DQ6.”

Biostar TP35D2-A7 & TP35D3-A7 Deluxe

Biostar TP35D2-A7 & TP35D3-A7 Deluxe @ X-Bit labs

“We would like to discuss two new Biostar solutions on Intel P35 Express chipset: one for DDR2 and another for DDR3 SDRAM. The remarkable thing about these products is that Biostar has put a lot of effort in creating an affordable mainboard for overclockers with excellent PCB design and rich features. Let’s find out how good these solutions turned out.”

ASUS Blitz Extreme P35

ASUS Blitz Extreme P35 @ Neoseeker

“The Asus Blitz Extreme is quite worth its $290 to $300 dollar U.S. selling price. It could make a pretty good single GPU gaming rig and a more than decent office/productivity machine. More PCI-e lanes would have been nice, but Asus did do something quite unique with Crosslink…”

MSI P35 Diamond

MSI P35 Diamond @ HardwareZone

“MSI takes their latest DDR3 P35 board to new heights with the P35 Diamond, complete with the bundled VoIP hardware and Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio sound card. An excellent motherboard with great performance that should not be overlooked, but is it worth it? Find out inside.”