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Monday, 07 May 2007 12:22

More pictures of P35 boards

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Tips up all over the web

Only yesterday we reported about pictures of the Asus P5K3 hitting the web. Now some more pictures of the same board as well as its DDR2 sibling the P5K Deluxe WiFi has showed up on the Chinese language site Hardspell.

What's more is that they've also got a picture of the Gigabyte P35-DS3R DDR3 P35 based motherboard as well as full specifications for all three boards.

These are not just some grubby phone camera type pictures, but highly detailed photos from several angles covering all the features of the boards.

Rather interestingly, one of the photos has a picture from the Asus box which claims that the P5K3 supports up to 72% faster memory overclocking that its competitors, it will be interesting to see if this is true when these boards arrive, which should be within the next month.

We've borrowed one of the Gigabyte P35-DS3R and you can click here for the full specifications and more pictures of the Asus boards.

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