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Monday, 16 March 2009 12:40

DFI unveils LANParty Dark P55 T3eH6

Written by Jon Worrel

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Its first LGA 1156 board


VR-Zone managed to gets a few snapshots of DFI's upcoming LANParty Dark P55 T3eH6 motherboard based on the mainstream Intel P55 chipset. Oddly, the board didn't get any attention at CeBIT a couple of weeks ago.

DFI has equipped this model with a 6 + 2 phase digital PWM design which is displayed without heatsinks in the first image below. There is also a debug LED which we have noticed to become more prevalent among newer Intel chipset boards these days.

Additional features include four memory slots for dual-channel DDR3, eight SATA II ports, one eSATA port, and three PCI-E 2.0 x8 slots, one of which is routed to the P55 chipset's 8-lane PCI-E hub. As we've mentioned previously when highlighting Intel's Ibex Peak chipsets, P55 will support CrossFire and SLI over two PCI-E 2.0 x8 slots.

According to several sources, DFI might release this board with the launch of the Intel P55 chipset, which is expected in July.


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