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Monday, 07 May 2007 17:19

ASUS P5K series hit the streets

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Already in stock

Etailer alternate.de
 already has the ASUS P5K Series in stock and is selling them before Intel has offically launched the P35 chipset, scheduled for the day after tomorrow. Alternate offers three flavours of the P5K:

The P5K comes as convertional design, with P35/iCH9 without RAID, DDR2 support at €199,-

The more sophisticated P5K Deluxe Wifi has the P35/iCH9R, 8-Phase VRM, DDR2 support and WiFi at €219,-

Finally, top of the range is the P5K3 Deluxe Wifi, the same as above but with DDR3 support at €244,-

Of course you can't buy any DDR3 modules right now and if you do, they will be insanely expensive. 2 GB of PC2-6400U DDR2 modules can be bought for under €80,- here.

Last modified on Tuesday, 08 May 2007 06:35

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