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Item#: N82E16813121314

Intel BOXDP35DPM LGA 775 Intel P35 ATX Intel Motherboard

  • Intel P35
  • Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo
  • DDR2 800
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Supported CPU

CPU Socket Type
LGA 775
CPU Type
Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo


Intel P35


Number of Memory Slots
Memory Standard
DDR2 800
Maximum Memory Supported
Channel Supported
Dual Channel

Expansion Slots

PCI Express x16
PCI Express x1
PCI Slots

Storage Devices

1 x ATA100 2 Dev. Max
SATA 3Gb/s

Onboard Video

Onboard Video Chipset

Onboard Audio

Audio Chipset
SigmaTel STAC9271D
Audio Channels
8 Channels

Onboard LAN

LAN Chipset
Intel 82566DC
Max LAN Speed

Rear Panel Ports

USB 1.1/2.0
6 x USB 2.0
IEEE 1394
1 x IEEE 1394a
1 x Optical
Audio Ports
5 Ports

Internal I/O Connectors

Onboard USB
6 x USB 2.0
Onboard 1394
1 x 1394a

Physical Spec

Form Factor
12.0" x 9.6"
Windows Vista
Certified for Windows Vista
Power Pin
24 Pin


Package Contents
Driver Disk
Floppy Drive Diskette
Rear I/O Panel Shield
2 x SATA Cable
eSATA bracket

Manufacturer Warranty

3 years limited
3 years limited

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • Bill P.
  • 6/19/2009 7:06:06 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDisappointed

Pros: Tolerant of lesser quality memory. Fits into the case OK. CPU fits into the socket, boards line up OK. That's about it.

Cons: Slow, plain vanilla motherboard. Ethernet just died. Needs floppy to load drivers, but no legacy floppy interface (USB "works" OK, maybe). Intermittent problems with SATA. Feature thin BIOS with lots of options that don't do much.

Other Thoughts: After building over a hundred PCs, this is my first Intel board. I'll send this one back to Intel and hope they give one back that works. I think I'll go back to ASUS motherboards.

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  • Jeffery B.
  • 6/8/2009 7:03:18 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs2nd Failed Motherboard

Pros: Minus some problems getting the BIOS to update (the CD method would not work unless I manually ran the update commands, the automated method would not work.), the board has had zero issues running Vista 64 and now Windows7 64.

Cons: My first board was DOA, I've had this new board running for abotu 9 months as my primary PC. The board LED shows "Green" and when I hit the power button, the fans spin for a split second, but thats all it does now.

Other Thoughts: I've been building PCs and working with stuff like this long enough that I wanted a rock solid board that I could setup once and just forget; I don't want to spent time tinkering on stuff like I did in the past.

I've had problems with other vendors boards, but never had a problem with an Intel board... never. That is until this board. Hopefully the RMA process with Intel goes well.

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  • Larry F.
  • 5/26/2009 5:37:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood MB

Pros: Easy to install.
No on-board video to deal with.
Good amount of PCI Slots.
Good amount of RAM slots.

Cons: Doesn't seem to support Enhanced Intel® Speedstep Technology. This is a disappointment since most of the time the computer is idle. It only needs full power for playing games and processing video.

Other Thoughts: Good board for the price.

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  • Jack S.
  • 5/21/2009 5:56:30 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsIntel DP35DP Motherboard

Pros: Nice features for Multi-Media system. Has Firewire port. I'm using the system for my audio recording studio with Vista 64 Bit (and Sonar 8 recording software).

Cons: The board had to be replaced by Intel as it would not report any board monitoring parameters except the CPU temps.

Other Thoughts: There are probably a lot better boards available but for the price it is a good buy.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/6/2009 11:15:19 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood for the price.

Pros: The directions are OUTSTANDING, everything is very easy to read and comprehend. Came with a sticker to place on the inside of the case that has every single port labelled, including all the +/- for the power connectors & L.E.D.s. Great board for someone just getting started into building their own gear.

Cons: Not the most advanced board, but I wasn't looking for that. I doubt this is an over-clocker's best choice as I didn't even see any options for over-clocking and nothing was included in the directions (although I didn't look very hard for it either). A little on the flimsy side, PCI ports did not line up exactly with my case, however they do line up enough to work properly with a card inserted. No on board video, this proved to be a pain when I was having video card issues. Onboard sound is weak as well, but if you care about music/movies/gaming audio you'll already have your own card.

Other Thoughts: You basically know what you are getting with a board in this price range. Very simple to install, but also basic. Highly recommended for someone looking to build their first/second rig.

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  • Arcadio S.
  • 5/1/2009 8:49:16 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Stable, works as advertised (after flashing BIOS)

Cons: Not really an overclocker's board. Even after flashing the BIOS, I couldn't see how one would adjust CPU settings. But then again, I didn't really snoop around very hard.

Other Thoughts: I used this motherboard to build a VMWare ESXi box. It works great with ESXi. However, I first loaded Linux on it and noticed that it wasn't detecting the Intel VT support of the quad core Q9650 I had plugged into it. A BIOS update solved that. Another thing I noticed was when I booted up the Xen kernel that comes with Debian Linux 5, only one core was recognized and the Intel VT support was again not being recognized. I didn't investigate this any further because I decided to go with ESXi instead of Xen, and like I already said, everything works fine with ESXi.

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/25/2009 11:32:53 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood foundation for heavy working machine

Pros: Board specs are the best I could find for intensive video production. Works great and smooth set-up. Easy install with Windows XP SP3. No need for any extra disc for install. The lack of the normal mouse port can cause great problems if on bootup if fails to recognize the mouse. In that case, its "Houston, we have a problem!!".
It's been in use constantly for 3 days, doing heavy professional wedding videos, is lightning fast, capture and rendering causing no problems or delays. Intel has the quality for this type use, I haven't found it in other boards I have used.

Cons: Not really a con, but a consideration. System's Failure to find and install the mouse on bootup, and asking for user action requiring use of a mouse, which doesn't work, can turn your hair grey way before your time. The USB keyboard, if not recognized, eliminates your access to CMOS. Both of the above happened to me, now grey headed. :(

Other Thoughts: This m/b, Antec Sonata III case with earthwatts 500 P/S, Intel core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.4ghz, Artic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro, Kingston 4GB DDR2 800, EVGA 512 GeForce 9800GT, WD Caviar 640GB 7200 32MB, Win XP SP3. (had to custom build this unit to stay away from Vista)

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  • Gerald M.
  • 4/19/2009 7:54:30 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat general purpose board

Pros: Reasonable cost. Bullet proof, supports a wide variety of CPU's, and cost effective memory. I've used one of these in a media center PC (Vista 64), and recently bought another for a pre-teen's machine (Windows 7-64) Both function perfectly well for their purposes. Fan speed control makes for a relatively quiet machine, except at the very lowest speeds, where the duty cycle pulses on the 3 pin headers produce an annoying sound, at least with the fans I've tried.

Cons: Can't find the consumer Ir kit which is advertised on the papers in the box, and on Intel's web site. This would have been a nice plus for the media box.

Other Thoughts: Serial port header available from cables unlimited. Wish that all the fan power headers were 4 pin, but that's a con for all boards I've looked at.

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  • Chris S.
  • 4/3/2009 3:05:22 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsPluses & Minuses

Pros: I bought two of these boards.

The one I use with Vista Ultimate was a breeze to set up. Vista allows you to use a CD driver disk during setup - so no 'Where's the floppy drive' complaint.

It ran a little warm, so I got a ZeroTherm BTF90 fan and now I have icycles on it!

If this was the only one of these boards I bought I would give it 4 stars. (What is up with the stock fans?)

Cons: On the other one I use XP. Two problems with this one: I run XP on it, and it was defective.

Intel obviously did not think this thru - they included the floppy diskette, but not FD controller. if you have Vista, you don't need the floppy; if you use XP, you have use the floppy - but can't. I bought a $15 used USB floppy drive on the interweb.

The board would not recognize my keyboard - so I went down the path of updating the BIOS. Not bad if you have another PC and can download the CD based BIOS updater. Of course, you have disconnect any hard drives first - otherwise the BIOS tries to boot from a blank hard drive, and - RIGHT - you can't otherwise tell the BIOS to boot from the CD if the keyboard doesn't work!!

The CD BIOS updater worked fine for updating the BIOS - but did not fix the problem of recognizing the keyboard. Ultimately, Intel was very good about swapping out the board.

Other Thoughts: The new (refurb) board they sent seemed fine for about a month. After that, i started getting a BSOD every 36 hours or so. So QC seems to be an issue.

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  • Mark S.
  • 3/30/2009 6:23:28 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsQuality intel product, sort of...

Pros: A quality Intel product that I'm sure will last forever just like all the others I have built over the years.

Cons: Lackluster 64-bit Vista support... Comes with a floppy disk with XP 64-bit drivers on it... but has no floppy header on the mainboard?!? Downloaded the latest RAID drivers from Intel's website and 64-bit Vista still does not recognize the onboard RAID when Rapid Recover is enabled. Had to turn off the new Rapid Recover feature and switch back to standard striping/mirroring for it to recognize the drives. Also after installing the LATEST Intel drivers, I got errors and needed to download more updates for the Intel drivers and software.

It is unusual for Intel and Microsoft to not work well together.

Other Thoughts: Besides the Rapid Recover not working in Vista and some other minor software glitches, everything else on the board works flawlessly. No overclocking features whatsoever, but Intel boards aren't for overclockers anyways.

-Only 3 out of 5 eggs due to lackluster support for 64-bit Vista, perhaps this board was released a little too early.

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