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    "RETAIL VERSION " ASUS P7P55 Deluxe..

    Last weeks ago I just recieved ASUS P55 Chipset ASUS P7P55D Deluxe ...I will update soon when I get the Retail Chip...still waiting chip retail come to my House now...

    • CPU : LGA 1156 CORE I7/I5
    • CHIPSET : INTEL P55
    • MEMORY : DUAL CHANEL DDR3 2133, 2000, 1800, 1600, 1333, 1066
    • SUPPORT : SLI - CROSSFIRE


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    Mobo...

    Can you give some more detail about this board? I had to look around to get some more information because the pictures really sparked my interest. On board power and reset switches? Fantastic! Also are you waiting for the release of the Lynnfield CPU to test it with?
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    Looks very nice!

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    Apart from having a clean and simple design, I'm not particularly impressed by ASUS this time. At least I wouldn't be willing to pay more than around 150 EUR (~$190) for this one but it will probably cost something like 210 EUR or 240~$250.
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    in germany is it now available for 190€ but i think the price will drop if more dealer have it available.

    Btw its a good board, i have it running with a Clarkdale and retail Core i5-750

    But i think the Gigabyte P55-UD4 is the better choice, its available for only 145€
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    ...if nothing else then its visually stunning
    btw if i were to decide between this and the gigabyte i would take Gigabyte P55-UD4
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    mmm looks like good abang
    hajar blehhh

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    This board looks good .

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    wew.... mangstab!

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    how about overclock it?
    Last edited by MaJ0r; 08-22-2009 at 10:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaJ0r View Post
    how about overclock it?
    hahah exactly, come on this is xs!

    and im wondering, how hot do the pwm and sb heatsinks get.

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