DFI Lanparty UT P55: LGA 1156 board for Core i5 pictured
The first pictures of the DFI Lanparty UT P55 have been published. The board supports Intel's Core i5 on the socket 1156.
With the Lanparty UT P55 DFI wants to deliver a high-end motherboard for Intel's Core i5. The board is equipped with the P55 chipset and supports processors for the socket LGA 1156. DFI uses a completely digital voltage supply and offers an additional slot for NAND Flash memory. To cool the Lanparty UT P55 DFI is said to use the Flame Freezer.
An interesting feature is the Mini USB port at the I/O panel of the motherboard. DFI did not reveal what the exact purpose this USB port actually has, but it is said to be related to the BIOS. More details will be released at the Computex 2009 in Taipei. In our gallery you can find some pictures of the board that were published at vr-zone.com.
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