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- In Australia, ASUS has released it's new -E series P55 motherboards featuring USB3 and SATA 6Gbps support. The come at a moderate premium to the standard boards in terms of price. Strangely, the Asus P7P55D-E-PRO and the Asus P7P55D-E-EVO seem to be selling at the same price – which makes the Asus P7P55D-E-EVO a pretty sweet deal.
- Techspot have an interesting Intel P55 Motherboard Roundup. This doesn't include the revision 2 boards – but if you don't need USB3 or SATA 6Gbps, then the review of other features is very comprehensive.
- Asus P7P55D PRO Reviewed @ Tech Gage
- Asus Maximus III Formula @ Hardware Canucks
- ECS Elitegroup P55H-A – top range performance on a budget
- MSI Unveils Big Bang Trinergy P55 – the one I am waiting for is the (Big Bang) 'Fusion' version which will have a Lucid HYDRA chip onboard, allowing almost any video cards (even nVidia/ATI mix) to work in harmony. Still this board looks impressive.
Update: Nvidia quash MSI's Lucid powered ‘Big Bang’ board – in a big blow to some upcoming promising technology, nVidia is rumoured to be derailing the Lucid Hydra (multi-brand, multi-GPU) chip via code in its Forceware drivers ;(. After having a shocking year, nVidia seem determined to ruin everyone else's fun too.
- MSI Unveils Big Bang Trinergy P55 – the one I am waiting for is the (Big Bang) 'Fusion' version which will have a Lucid HYDRA chip onboard, allowing any video cards (even nVidia/ATI mix) to work in harmony. Still this board looks impressive.
- Asus P7P55D Deluxe and EVO – a not terribly informative review focussing more on differences (or lack thereof) of features between the EVO and Deluxe models and skipping a performance review
- This is the must-have mainstream motherboard - supporting Intel's new Lynnfield quad-core i7 and i5 processors
- On the launch day for Intel's i5 & i7 Lynnfields, some P55 motherboard press releases and previews
- The latest reviews of motherboards based on Intel's P55 chipset – these boards support Intel's new Lynnfield (quad) and Clarkdale (dual) i3/15/17 CPUs:
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