Much like London buses, you wait a while for the first Intel P55 chipset-based motherboards to appear and then three turn up at once. The ASUS P7P55D EVO was the first to hit the labs, followed by the microATX-sized Gigabyte P55M-UD4. Both layouts were generally clean, helped in no small part by the single-chip core-logic on P55 boards.
Now it's the turn of the third industry heavyweight, MSI, to show its P55 hand. The P55-GD65 will be a mid-priced board that has one or two novel features. Find out more by reading on.