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P35 VS P965 VS 650i

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I just found this little review today. One thing I would like to say about it is that I'm not happy with them using thier weak E6700ES for the tests. It doesn't display the full power of what any of these motherboards can do FSB wise.

Additionally I'm not happy they didn't drop a Q6600 or QX6700 in the tests either. I think it would have been very benificail to the review personally. Still I believe this to be a good review worth taking a good at.

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I read through it earlier. They weren't very impressed with the P35 chipset although they did indicate its the future.
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I read through it earlier. They weren't very impressed with the P35 chipset although they did indicate its the future.
I wouldn't be impressed either using a CPU that's got such a low max clock on it.

If you really wanna see what these things can do I would go with CPU that I knew could push 500MHz FSB or hits 4GHz reliably... I mean an E6700ES that is known to overclock to 3.46? That's less than my silly E6300. They should have done the comparison using the Q6600.

I feel like things are going quad quickly with this price drop. I'm confident if they had they would have seen similar results as what we have seen here for quad overclocking.

From day one that I pulled the P5K-Deluxe from the box i was hitting 490MHz FSB with no tweaking to any voltage but CPU and Memory. I'm finding it hard to believe that their board was limited to 455MHz.
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