Abit has had a rollercoaster history with motherboards. Back in their hey day, their Socket 478 motherboards were king. Their IC7 and IC7-MAXes were some of the best boards for the Intel side you could buy. This review will go over how the Abit IP35-E fared in certain benchmark tests. Read on to find out whether or not this board is recommended.
I remember my first ABIT board, the AI7. This was a great board for the socket 478. It was highly overclockable and allowed 3.2 volts for the memory, which was unheard of without a mod. They took a huge plunge when the Socket 775 was released and have been struggling ever since.
Within the last couple years, they have put the ship to full speed ahead and appear as though they are back in the race. Today, we will take a look at their IP35-E. As the name hints, it contains the new P35 Intel chipset. This is a budget board that also gives lots of bang for the buck.
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