I’ve gotten hold of a retail piece of Gigabyte P35-DS3R based on the Intel P35
chipset. The overclocking, out of the box, no modifications as is, is
stunning. FSB-wise, it climbed, high, up to 575MHz FSB! Right out of the
box no frills overclocking, this board has a lot more potential under some
modifications of course. Even Kentsfield loves it, doing 472MHz FSB…And this is a value-board, with the DQ6 more aimed for
overclocking, I can hope for a lot more from it.


I’ve gotten hold of a retail piece of Gigabyte P35-DS3R based on the Intel P35
chipset:

The overclocking, out of the box, no modifications as is, is
stunning. FSB-wise, it climbed, high, up to 575MHz FSB! Right out of the
box no frills overclocking, this board has a lot more potential under some
modifications of course.


Even Kentsfield loves it, doing 472MHz FSB…


And this is a value-board, with the DQ6 more aimed for
overclocking, I can hope for a lot more from it.

 

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