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Old 29-06-07, 06:23 PM
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I'd go for the ASUS P5K, it is slightly more than 70, but only by a few. It would be a lower budget solution, but it would support more upcoming CPUs. Personally, I would wait until Fall to upgrade, as the C2D lineup will have likely dropped in price by then. My plan is to get a higher priced board, like the P5K Deluxe, and a C2D E6600 or E6700 when they are cheaper.

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Old 29-06-07, 06:32 PM
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I'd go for the ASUS P5K, it is slightly more than 70, but only by a few. It would be a lower budget solution, but it would support more upcoming CPUs. Personally, I would wait until Fall to upgrade, as the C2D lineup will have likely dropped in price by then. My plan is to get a higher priced board, like the P5K Deluxe, and a C2D E6600 or E6700 when they are cheaper.
+1 for P5K

Great overclocker, top performance, future 45NM support, 1333 FSB, stable as an Intel board(imo)
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Old 30-06-07, 07:19 AM
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hi guys will i be able to overclock using the ip35e mobo and would you know if it will take a zalman 9500at cooler
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Old 30-06-07, 01:43 PM
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p35 chipset and cooling

hi guys afetr reading all you commments and a bit more reading i have to agrreee the p35 chipset appear to be the best.

the only question now is to which one to get and will a zalman 9500aAT fit the motherboard and cpu.

again any and all information on this will be greatfully received.

once again many thanks in advace for all your help and support
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Old 30-06-07, 03:11 PM
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Yes it will, making sure you've got the socket 775 mounting hardware.

The review i looked up was a 775 cooler only. Yes it will work, and its a pretty ncie HS too.
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Old 30-06-07, 10:49 PM
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ip35e mobo

Hi guys just one last question can you tell me if i will be able to overclock using the ip35e mobo with the E6600 cpu and along with some pc6400 ram

once again many thanks for your help and advice greatly appreciated

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Old 30-06-07, 10:53 PM
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Yes it will.
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Old 13-07-07, 04:35 PM
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A Gigabyte P35C-DS3R would be a good option for a P35 board, seems to be a solid clocker and comes in at ~£85, a little over budget, but i`ve only heard good things about this board.
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