abit Announced the IP35P Motherboard

February 19, 2008 | 10:12

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abit Announced the IP35P Motherboard

“Extremely overspeed”

February 19, 2008 – abit launched the IP35P, their latest motherboard with great overclockability. Based on the Intel® P35 chipset, the abit IP35P motherboard supports Intel® Core™ 2 Extreme/Quad/Duo & Pentium® Dual-Core & Celeron® Dual Core processors. Besides the current 65nm processors, you are ready for the next generation 45nm processors with up to 1333 FSB. The IP35P supports a maximum memory capacity of up to 8GB; most important of all, in OC mode it supports DDR2 even up to 1066 MHz, allowing you for overclocking to the extreme. Additionally, the high definition on-board audio offers the flexibility to use regular stereo PC speakers or any modern surround sound system up to 7.1 channels. The PCI-EX16, PCI-EX1, and 3 PCI-E offer all essential expansion capability.

abit SoftMenu™ Technology
This easy-to-use and powerful BIOS-based interface will help you to directly access all major system parameters. abit’s unique technology makes system setup quick and easy.

abit’s innovative EZ switch allows you to clear the CMOS memory directly from the back panel. With the switch, if you are pushing your hardware over the limits and experiment with risky settings, it is easy and convenient to go back to safe ground.

If you are impressed with abit’s IP35 Series, you can’t miss out on the IP35P with overspeed DDR2 1066 overclockability.

abit IP35P
CPU Support LGA775Socket for Intel® Core™2 Extreme/Quad/Duo & Pentium® Dual-Core & Celeron® Dual-Core Processors
System Bus 1333/1066/800MHz FSB
Chipset Intel P35/ICH9
Expansion Slots 1 x PCI-Ex16, 2 XPCI-Ex1, 3x PCI
LAN On board Gigabit LAN
Memory 4 X 240-pin DIMM sockets support max. memory capacity 8GB
Dual channel DDR2 1066 OC/800
SATA 4 X SATA 3Gb/s through Intel ICH9
Audio 7.1-Channel HD
RoHS 100% lead-free process and RoHS Compliant

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