Foxconn Mars

Foxconn Mars @ X-Bit Labs

“You are all familiar with Foxconn brand not only from the connectors and sockets installed on numerous mainboards, but also from the actual mainboards that start little by little conquering the market. Although there is no overwhelming expansion in the market yet, I should say.”

Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4

Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 @ Virtual-Hideout

“So what does this all mean? Well, how about a motherboard that is more efficient and runs almost twice as cool as standard motherboards using older technology? The Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 is that motherboard, with all the new solid state hardware – not to mention an impressive heatpipe cooling system incorporating a giant copper back plate for that additional cooling.”

Gigabyte GA-P31-DS3L

Gigabyte GA-P31-DS3L @ OC Club

“The GA-P31-DS3L acts like both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. As a budget desktop offering, it is the mild mannered Dr. Jekyll. Start playing in the M.I.T. section of the BIOS and Mr. Hyde comes out to play. That can be taken one of two ways, very good or very bad. In this case, it is very good.”

ASUS Blitz Formula

ASUS Blitz Formula @ MadShrimps

“After the first load of more basic P35-based motherboards, Asus decided to launch a new, more extensive design around Intel’s P35 chipset. Enter the Asus Blitz series, geared towards the enthusiast end-user. Today we test the Blitz Formula board, with support for affordable DDR2 memory. Does the board blitz everything else into oblivion? Read on to find out.”


ASUS P5K-E/WiFi-AP @ Hardware Secrets

“ASUS P5K-E/WiFi-AP is a top mainstream motherboard for the socket 775 platform from ASUS, based on Intel P35 chipset and featuring a 802.11g (54 Mbps) WiFi access point, allowing you to share your Internet connection wirelessly without a wireless broadband router.”

Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4

Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 @ PCStats

“With easy to access PCIe locks like the ones on the GA-P35-DS4, it doesn’t matter if the videocard has a large double-slot heatsink, access is unimpeded. If you have to struggle with a screwdriver to release an obscured PCIe slot lock and get the videocard out, you may end up with an electrical short or snapped component.”

Intel Core 2 Extreme QX 9650

Intel Core 2 Extreme QX 9650 @ OC Club

“After completing all the benchmarks in the suite, I can only arrive to one conclusion, the Intel Core 2 quad-core QX9650 performs. To date it has produced the highest scores out of any processor I have used or reviewed. I like the fact that even overclocked and on air cooling, my CPU temperatures did not go above 49 degrees Celsius at 100% load and that’s even with ambient room temperatures of 78 to 80 Fahrenheit or 23 to 26 degrees Celsius!”

Biostar TP35D3-A2 Deluxe

Biostar TP35D3-A2 Deluxe @ TweakTown

“We have been given the chance to review Biostar’s new T series board based around the P35 chipset supporting DDR3 memory. P35 has been the real show card for Intel and just about everyone has been jumping on the bandwagon; and who can blame them? DDR2 or DDR3 on the one chipset along with CrossFire certification makes it a real go’er.”

Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770

Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 @ Digit-Life

“Today we are going to review another top performer from Intel that marks a new milestone in “bus-making” – a 400 MHz CPU bus with throughput equivalent to 1600 MHz. The Core 2 Extreme QX9770 processor, which we examine today, is based on the Yorkfield core of the Penryn family.”

Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6

Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6 @ TBreak

“Intel X38 chipset has been out on the market for a quite some time now and Gigabyte didn’t wait long to release its popular DQ6 board based on it. X38-DQ6 brings support for Intel’s latest 45nm processors, 1600FSB and AMD’s CrossFire. However, what makes this board so special is its overclocking potential as well as plethora of advanced features like the dual BIOS, tri-phase power design, dual Gigabit Ethernet, etc.”