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Old August 17, 2009, 07:16 PM
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As a new generation of Intel processors approaches, motherboard manufacturers are understandably excited since most of them have had their P55 boards primed and ready for some time now. Today we begin our series of P55 motherboard previews with a product that promises both performance and excellent pricing: the ASUS P7P55D Deluxe.

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Woah. Isnt this still under embargo?
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Woah. Isnt this still under embargo?
We were given approval to post previews of a few of the boards we have.
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HEY! that means there is more going to be posted tonight? Maybe I'll stay up late ;)
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When does teh NDA lift on the p55 mobo's? I'm doing an 85 workstation rollover in January and I'll be specing out i5/SSD rigs.
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There's a NDA on the NDA, so they can't tell you.
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There's a NDA on the NDA, so they can't tell you.
Well then when does the NDA on the NDA end so we know how long we have to wait before we know how long we have to wait!!

Looks like a pretty good board. Any hints on how much it will cost compared to current X58 boards?
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Looks like a pretty good board. Any hints on how much it will cost compared to current X58 boards?
SRP looks to be around $200.
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Interesting. So it's for certain - Asus is actually using a true 16-phase design, as opposed to the artificial version in their earlier generations of boards?
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