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GIGABYTE P35T-DQ6 (DDR3) Reviewed - Final Thoughts

After checking out GIGABYTE's Dual Quad series P35-DQ6 recently, we now have the DDR3 version on the table.

| Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Aug 16, 2007 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%      Manufacturer: GIGABYTE

Final Thoughts


GIGABYTE is continuing to evolve with its motherboards, and the DQ6 series is definitely the ultimate for the overlockers out there. Designing new boards has become an art form for GIGABYTE, with all the latest high-end boards being sleek as well as feature packed. The P35T, while being a slight upgrade to the original P35 DQ6 it has totally changed the way this board runs.


DDR3 memory has allowed for higher clock speeds on the FSB, no more memory bandwidth bottlenecks. DDR2 just can't handle the raw speed, 600MHz was simply too hard for most modules. DDR3 is able to run 600MHz without any problems, and our current modules are capable of 900MHz.

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