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ASUS P7P55 Pro motherboard

Written by IT News on 2:14 AM

Although no official word from the Santa Clara, California-based Intel, ASUS, one of the world's leading motherboard manufacturers, is to promote a number of its leading models in this year's Computex show in Taipei. This is the case with one of the new P55-based chipsets, enabling users with support for Intel's next generation of mainstream processors, code-named Lynnfield. Dubbed P7P55 Pro, the upcoming motherboard from ASUS will be based on a full ATX PCB and provide all necessary functions for the next generation of Intel-based computer systems.

Photos of the new Board have just been made available in a recent news article on hothardware, presentation of the board layout and overall design. As you can see pictures below ASUS went to a black PCB with blue contacts for the next P7P55 Pro platform. Aims to support a new wave of mainstream Intel desktop platforms, motherboard has four, dual-channel DDR3 memory DIMMs, two PCI Express x16 graphics slots and Intel's next-generation LGA 1156 socket, designed specifically for all future Lynnfield processors.

Because of the specific features of Intel's next-generation P55 chipset motherboard manufacturers will not be required to provide an additional Southbridge chipset, which is also the case with ASUS P7P55 Pro. With this design, ASUS P55 PCH in the same area as you would have traditionally been the South Bridge.

Intel's next generation 5-series chipset is designed for computer users with support for the next wave of Nehalem-based, next generation processors. These new processors can deliver an impressive performance, packaging rules some of the energy efficient features of a desktop PC.

Unfortunately, specific details on the motherboard of the release date and price have not yet been revealed, but these new platforms have later this year.

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