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Monday, 17 August 2009 14:18

P55 boards already available in EU

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But CPUs are another story altogether

In case
you're eager to get a Lynnfield, you can already find some P55 boards on sale in Europe. For example, you can get MSI's P55-GD65 in Germany, for €143.

A few other retailers are also listing P55 boards, and according to some listings, the should start shipping them in a day or two. It's worth noting that buying a P55 board at the moment makes no sense whatsoever, as you can't get any LGA 1156 CPUs in Europe.

However, if you're in Taiwan, you're in luck. The TweakTown crew took a stroll through Taipei's bustling computer market, and they found quite a few P55 boards and accompanying Core i5, Core i7 CPUs. You can check out the video here.
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