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Monday, 24 August 2009 14:49

DFI's DK P55-T3eH0 motherboard detailed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Black PCB

The guys from French site Ginjfo.com managed to score a couple of pictures of DFI's upcoming Lanparty DK P55-T3eH9 motherboard. Featuring a well known Dark series black/orange color scheme, the DK P55-T3eH9 should be available pretty soon.

In addition to the quite attractive color scheme, the new DK P55 based motherboard will feature a 6+2-phase desing, three PCI-Express x16 slots, two PCI-Express x1 and two plain PCI slots. The rest of the specs include eight SATA II ports, single eSATA and IDE connector, one gigabit LAN, bunch of USB ports and a mini USB port, probably for BIOS flashing.

The entire cooling system is connected via heatpipes, and we are quite sure that this one will be popular, as it was the case with previous Lanparty DK motherboards.

A similar DFI board, the DK P55-T3H6, is already listed here with a rather high price tag of €174,90 but we guess that the price should be somewhere around €150 once this motherboard shows up in more retail/e-tail shops.

You can check out more pictures here.

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Last modified on Monday, 24 August 2009 15:40
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