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Monday, 01 June 2009 13:13

Gigabyte's P55 board pictured in action

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Computex 09: It's that time of the year again

Computex Taipei is about to start once again and despite the threat of swine flu, things are looking good so far. Although we haven't had a good chance to check out the halls as yet, as today things are still getting set up, it looks like it'll be a pretty good show, at least if our early impressions are right.

While getting the press pass to the show sorted out, we snuck by the Gigabyte booth and snapped a couple of shots of the GA-P55-UD4P motherboard which was up and running at the booth. Although it only indicates that the platform works, it's at least a good sign in more than one way, as initially Intel was only going to allow for static demo boards to be shown.

We'd expect to see a lot more up and running P55 over the coming few days and we'll make sure to keep you up to date with the latest products from the show. Here is a picture from the set up of hall one alongside three shots of the Gigabyte board. Make sure to check back with us for more coverage from Computex over the next six days.

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