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lol under 80 bucks for 500fsb this is the best i can do for you

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not a clue if it'll do 500 but i know P35's can hit that
That is the worst ocing p35 board. It cant even get past 333 fsb let alone 500.
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Here is a thread link to a review of the Abit IP35-E board stating one has reached 500FSB (I haven't read the whole thing yet)
    
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Gigabyte FTW
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Gigabyte FTW
Gigabyte might be the better board, but the cheapest I can see is near $100 at Newegg after shipping and all. Unless you want to chance it and buy the open box, but I would never recommend open box mobo's.
    
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The IP35-E may hit 500 fsb on a dual core. A budget ($90 under) P35 board most likely won't hit 500 fsb with a quad.
Uh, why? There's no reason a quad would prevent the board from reaching 500FSB. Back it up with proof and I'll believe ya.
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Gigabyte might be the better board, but the cheapest I can see is near $100 at Newegg after shipping and all. Unless you want to chance it and buy the open box, but I would never recommend open box mobo's.
The DS3L is $89.
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Uh, why? There's no reason a quad would prevent the board from reaching 500FSB. Back it up with proof and I'll believe ya.

The DS3L is $89.
I, too, would like to see proof. But It makes sense that a quad will use more board horsepower in general, thus making it harder to OC.
    
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Update, I'm currently running 500FSB @ 1.49 NB Voltage on the Abit. Coming up on an hour Orthos Stresstest. I think I may be able to lower the voltage to the NB since the last fail was due to insufficient RAM voltage (Running 2.3 volts now, was running 2.1 when I kept getting failures).

I'll see how far it will go past 500, but I've seen more than one do over 500FSB. I never would have thought I would like this board as much as I do, so I may just have to keep it around!
    
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I, too, would like to see proof. But It makes sense that a quad will use more board horsepower in general, thus making it harder to OC.
The only thing that requires more "horsepower" on a quad versus a dual is the vcore. And if the vdroop is more with a quad than a dual, then just throw more voltage at it - problem solved!
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