C55+ MCP55 is clearly the chipset that many Intel Enthusiasts is waiting for since NVIDIA scrapped the nForce 590 SLI chipset plans. It gonna be excellent for overclocking from what we heard and retail boards are coming in by end November. We can see clearly that NVIDIA is pushing it hard for November availability/launch, a month where many new products such as Kentsfield, Clovertown, G80 going to be announced. C55+MCP55 sports SLI x16 with a total of 50 PCIe lanes in 22/4 + 28/6 configs. It supports DDR2 800, 1333FSB, 6 x SATA2, dual GbE, HT 1.0, 10 USB, HD-Audio.

C55+ MCP55 is clearly the chipset that many Intel Enthusiasts is
waiting for since NVIDIA scrapped the nForce 590 SLI chipset plans. It gonna be
excellent for overclocking from what we heard and retail boards are coming in by
end November. We can see clearly that NVIDIA is pushing it hard for November
availability/launch, a month where many new products such as Kentsfield,
Clovertown, G80 going to be announced. C55+MCP55 sports SLI x16 with a total of
50 PCIe lanes in 22/4 + 28/6 configs. It supports DDR2 800, 1333FSB, 6 x SATA2,
dual GbE, HT 1.0, 10 USB, HD-Audio.