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ASUS P7P55D Deluxe LGA1156 Motherboard - £125.33 delivered at Insight

£125.33 @ Insight
"Ordered upon request" Elsewhere ~£165-£170 delivered Some features: * Intel LGA1156 Platform / Intel® P55 Express Chipset * TurboV EVO / TurboV Remote * ASUS 24 Hybrid Phase Desi… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
"Ordered upon request"

Elsewhere ~£165-£170 delivered

Some features:
* Intel LGA1156 Platform / Intel® P55 Express Chipset
* TurboV EVO / TurboV Remote
* ASUS 24 Hybrid Phase Design
* Quad-GPU SLI & Quad-GPU CrossFireX Support!
* ASUS Drive Xpert
* MemOK!

More info:
http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=yZD4yFdLw1l3gZ35&templete=2
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
i dont get it ,The whole idea was that p55 boards should cost around half to produce what a x58 board costs.So far irt is looking like a i5 p55 combo will cost nearly £300,hardly the low costs promised,
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there was 2 same asus board one costing more than the other any differences?
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tonyg1962
i dont get it ,The whole idea was that p55 boards should cost around half to produce what a x58 board costs.So far irt is looking like a i5 p55 combo will cost nearly £300,hardly the low costs promised,


Ha, never a surprise.

The cost to produce old CRT computer and TV screens was mightily more impressive than the cost to produce the new-fangled LCD and Plasma concoctions that came out.
Originally, the LCD/Plasma's were being sold at gastronomic prices (still are) but cost fractions to build, especially when compared to their CRT counterparts.

Whatevers newest, is the most expensive. Want is dearer than cost unfortunately.

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