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    Question Replacement for IP35-E, IP35 V or P?

    My IP35-E has been RMA'd and i've been offered an IP35-P as an alternative, I know this is a lower board (mosfet cooler, looks, etc) but how does the P/V compare? Googling throws up lots of info not all the same!

    Should I be settling for this 'lower' board or should I insist on something else?

    Ta guys!!

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    Re: Replacement for IP35-E, IP35 V or P?

    Never except anything lower than your are sending back.

    If you had a BMW 320 that needed to go back would you take a BMW 316 as a replacment?
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    Re: Replacement for IP35-E, IP35 V or P?

    but the mobo is the closest thing to what i had, the trouble is finding anything so close, the alternative may be a refund of a reduced amount which still does me no good!

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    Re: Replacement for IP35-E, IP35 V or P?

    If they can't repalce at the same standard they should upgrade you imo. They probably don't have to but they should lol

    Cheap P43 based board maybe.
    Last edited by staffsMike; 04-07-2008 at 10:34 PM.

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    Re: Replacement for IP35-E, IP35 V or P?

    I agree. If it needs replacing then thats not your fault and so you should not have to take a step down.
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    Re: Replacement for IP35-E, IP35 V or P?

    Apart from the cooler, are the standards the same?

    Same number of slots, same CPU support etc? You can't really say you don't want a board because it doesn't look as good. From what I can see it is pretty much the same. Same number/type of slots, same CPU support, better memory support.
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    Re: Replacement for IP35-E, IP35 V or P?

    Yeah, I had this issue with a iP35 dark raider now being end of life.

    I told SCAN that I wanted a quality board so they refunded all my money for the original and let me choose a replacement that I actually wanted. They even threw in free postage for the replacement...

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