MSI P35 Platinum


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The P35 Platinum is a ATX mainboard that is made to support socket T processors with 533/800/1066/1333 MHz FSB. It is based on the Intel P35 chipset and features 3 PCI, 3 PCI-E x1, 1 PCI-E x4, 1 PCI-E x16, and 4 DDR2-1066 DIMM sockets.


MSI P35 Platinum Reviews Rating: 90 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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Neoseeker  --- Jun 26 '07
Anandtech  --- Jun 26 '07
Boot Daily 9/10 Oct 30 '07
Digit-Life  --- Aug 29 '07
HardOCP  --- Jun 26 '07
Hardware Secrets  --- Jun 19 '07
Hardware Zone 4.5/5 May 24 '07
Hexus  --- Jul 20 '07
Hot Hardware  --- Jun 08 '07
MadboxPC  --- Aug 13 '07
OzHardware  --- Sep 27 '07
PC Stats 84% Jul 09 '07
Tbreak  --- Jul 14 '07
X-bit labs  --- Jul 06 '07
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MSI P35 Platinum Roundups and Shootouts

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MSI P35 Platinum Review DriverHeaven -- Jul 02 '07
MSI P35 Platinum Review Tech Report -- Jun 26 '07

Anandtech on Jun 28 '07

"Overall, we are very pleased with the performance that MSI has extracted from this board now. The only question that remains is how well it compares to new P35 boards from Biostar, abit, Foxconn,..."

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Boot Daily on Nov 06 '07

"Performance of the P35 Platinum is spot-on target for what we consider to be a great value proposition motherboard and it work quite nicely in any of today’s high-end gaming PCs. It offers a good..."

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Digit-Life on Aug 30 '07

"What it all boils down to is that this motherboard is quite fast (though, speed is not the focus of this article) and has a rather high price for a minimum supplied package. Is this board worth it?..."

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HardOCP on Jun 26 '07

"MSI has built another terrific motherboard that is as feature-rich as many of its past motherboards are. The MSI P35 Platinum proved to be a great overclocker and stable performer while returning..."

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Hardware Secrets on Jun 19 '07

"We think the correct price for this motherboard should be around USD 145, USD 150 tops. Until it doesn’t drop to this price point, we will still recommend ASUS P5N-E SLI instead. Unless, of course,..."

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