The first board, the TP35-D3 Deluxe model, looks like a fairly high-class offering. It has heat pipe-based chipset and processor power circuitry cooling, DDR3 memory slots, six Serial ATA ports, two external SATA ports, and a single PCI Express x16 slot. A cheaper offering dubbed IP35-D2 looks like a current P965 board with DDR2 memory slots and an otherwise unremarkable PCB design. Unlike its seemingly pricier offering, though, that board has a PCIe x4 slot in addition to its PCIe x16 slot. According to rumors posted last month, the first Bearlake-based mobos will start hitting stores in May. Thanks to VR-Zone for the tip.