DigiTimes says the successor to Intel's existing P965 Express chipset will be called the P35, and that it will support front-side bus speeds of 1333MHz and DDR3 memory speeds of 1066MHz. (As a side note, DDR3 RAM will only need 1.5V of voltage to run at 1066MHz, compared to the standard 1.8V for DDR2-800.) The P35 chipset will also have backwards-compatibility support for DDR2 RAM, which should allow motherboard makers to restrict DDR3 support to their high-end P35 boards. Several motherboard manufacturers, including ECS, are already displaying P35 motherboards at the show. The first retail P35 mobos will hit stores in April or May, DigiTimes says.