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Hey guys I am jsut wondering why noone really recommends the ip35 pro, its cheaper then the higher end asus and gigabyte and it performs great with a mutlitude of all the lame goodies that everyone looks for.

I allways see get the p5k deluxe or the p5k vanilla over this along with the gigabyte boards.

Just wondering, is it because not alot of people here have this baord or was it past experiences with older abit boards. Or is it like the HZ bandwagon thing.

Thanks for the input.
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idk it prolly has to do with the hz bandwagon thing
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i think its just because everyone loved the p5b and DS3 so much that the newer versions of basically the same board are also the best
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i think its just because everyone loved the p5b and DS3 so much that the newer versions of basically the same board are also the best
Yeah but the ds3/s3 werent that great of ocers really and the p5b had such a huge mutlitude of issues when it came out. I dont think I have scene more rma'd mobos then I did with the p5b-d.

And why would that make the newer versions also the best.
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prolly because of the ones that didn't have problems and because people tend to follow the pack, in a sense.


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MADMAX22 were in Washington are you from
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post #6 of 10
I don't see why not. I was really wanting the Quad GT (Abit's P965 flagship, if you recall), but then the IP35 came out. I'm really thinking about it; it looks really good just like the QuadGT. Let others make a fuss about the Asus; we'll be cool and go with the Abits
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prolly because of the ones that didn't have problems and because people tend to follow the pack, in a sense.


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MADMAX22 were in Washington are you from
Im in Bremerton right now.

and yeah the quadgt allthough not the fsb monstor was a very fast mobo up to 500fsb.

I am not complaining about the choices people make really just wondering is all.
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post #8 of 10
There are a few around who have your board .. there is also the Asus Marketing and being first to market which helps them ... much like Cisco vs Nortel or VHS vs Beta ... sometimes the best of things are not always that popular. Luckily people have a choice
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post #9 of 10
I received the abit IP35 Pro board yesterday. A very sexy board indeed.

To bad i can't use it until i get the rest of the hardware.

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post #10 of 10
I have a friend who has been happy with his, they seem pretty solid.
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