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Jw-ip35-pro For Q6600 Socket 775 ****** New Motherboard ********
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Smile Jw-ip35-pro For Q6600 Socket 775 ****** New Motherboard ******** - 01-05-2008, 14:24 | posts: 1

Hi,

I bought this board as part of a bundle deal kit, i had never heard of the manufacturer before but having purchased it can say its a nice board with lots of overclocking options. No problems yet touch wood.

There is no software to update the bios nor with the kit and as yet not on the J&w website, in fact there is no bios to download the link on the site says coming soon.


Googling does not bring back much detail as its not a well known board, but i can confirm my new q6600 slacr go is running at 2.2 gig on this system.

Does anyone have any info to share with me on the chipsets etc i would be grateful for any views or knowledge to appease my mind having purchased a new board, or am i one of the first to lay down reviews on this board, eeeek, scary !

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Default 01-05-2008, 15:10 | posts: 3,370 | Location: UK

Abit make a motherboard called IP35 pro...
   
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Default 01-05-2008, 19:12 | posts: 1,803 | Location: IRELAND

heres a link for you to get some input.

http://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=20391

personally i would avoid this mobo like a bad flu.
   
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