The particularly interesting thing to note about this P35 board is that it's one of just a few out there to support both DDR2 and DDR3 memory, allowing for a more flexible upgrade path should you not want to go the (still somewhat expensive) way of DDR3 just yet.
Usually motherboards that run combo memory circuit designs show inferior performance to the rest but Foxconn claim this isn't the case with the P35AP-S; they say they've found a way to eliminate crosstalk and other types of electrical interference associated with the usual crop of combo memory motherboards.
For a full rundown on the board's characteristics and feature set, grab the official PR here folks.
Beijing, China, October 22nd 2007 - FOXCONN today released the P35AP-S motherboard - the latest product in Foxconn's Digital Life segment, which aims to bring more connectivity and digital entertainment capability to high-end motherboards.
The P35AP-S is based on the Intel® P35 chipset, and offers support for both DDR3 and DDR2 memory. Foxconn engineers have managed to eliminate crosstalk and other types of electrical interference associated with 'combo memory' circuit designs, delivering a motherboard which has excellent memory performance, in both DDR2 and DDR3 configurations.
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