I think it works fine, even without the little fan made for the NB; on the other hand, an enthusiast board should give the user the option to remove the passive to add active fan cooling solutions. Will this be a good combination? Convenient and easy-to-use fine tuning from within a self-explanatory BIOS menu. Their answer, and a few other manufs answer, seems to be to add this ugly looking heatpipe structure to stuff. This hardware thermal protection automatically shuts down your system when the CPU temperature reaches a certain threshold.
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This fanless solution keeps your motherboard cool and quiet. Their answer, and a few other manufs answer, seems to be to add chipsset ugly looking heatpipe structure to stuff.
Great review Kemp, nice bunch of packaging akin to the rocketboy type of stuffz. This hardware thermal protection automatically shuts down your system when the CPU temperature reaches a certain threshold.
Abit IP35 Pro Intel socket 775 Motherboard
I think the i chipset is good but not the king, would really like to see the X or updated chipset that can support nVidia’s series gpu’s in SLI Great review, Kemp, thanks for doing it as Cihpset was thinking of grabbing one.
Kewl, I recognize some of those photos too Quote. We won’t share your email address with ANYONE, and we will only email you with updates on site news, reviews, and competitions and you can unsubscribe easily at any time. The motheboard and it’s contents are well protected but unlike the Max boards you get the impression abit have focused on content and not appearance so much.
My case uses 4 mm fans on the side of the case, so I get a lot of extra cooling Package Abit have again gone for delivering a “not quite” Max package with this board. I think it works fine, even without the little fan made for the NB; on the other hand, an enthusiast board should give the user the option to remove the passive to add active fan cooling solutions. Will this be a good combination? Specification Taken from abit’s website: Excellent review as usual mate.
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Still, there’s a load there that you would need and I don’t really see a normal customer complaining at a lack of bundle, espeically considering this motherboard is significantly cheaper than the Max series.
The packaging inside the box is again typical abit with compartments for the manual and also for the accessories. So if you are pushing your hardware to the extreme and experiment with risky settings, you now have a an easy and convenient way to go back to save grounds.
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This isn’t to say the board isn’t as well packaged, just that it doesn’t feel as “special” as a Max board. Convenient and easy-to-use fine tuning from within chipst self-explanatory BIOS menu. Now for my thoughts Subscribing to the OC3D newsletter will keep you up-to-date on the latest technology reviews, competitions and goings-on at Overclock3D.
The i’s are chipdet little sods for sure, and it’s a pity that abit didn’t even provide some form of active cooling to try and address the problem.