Now that the NDA is lifted, [H]ard|OCP is revisiting the P7P55D Deluxe motherboard for the new Lynnfield based chips.  We already have a good idea of the features and abilities of the board but now it is time to get down to the actual results of benchmarks and overclocking.  If you are a manual overclocker, then this board might be attractive, as the auto-overclocking did not work as well as MSI’s implementation.  The BIOS may not be as comprehensive as an ROG C58 board, but you will still get that Lynnfield screaming.

“When Intel launches a new processor ASUS is among the first companies with products ready to go that will support it. Among the first boards based on the Intel’s new LGA1156 socket is the ASUS P7P55D Deluxe. This is a feature rich design based on the Intel P55 Express chipset, supporting Intel’s new LGA 1156 Core i5 and Core i7 processors.”

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