Ah well, looks like the US prices could be lower, at least based on Provantage's pricing:http://www.provantage.com/scripts/search.dll/Q-P?MAX=0&MAN=GIGB&QUERY=p67&SORT=1
Can't say I'm unhappy about being wrong! Curious that they have them listed as in stock, and Newegg doesn't even have them listed.
Hey, the overclock3d.net article was including VAT (taxes) the UK prices usually include VAT.
Here is the quote from the article
So it would seem that entry level P67 boards are likely to be available from prices just shy of £100 inc VAT
. Sadly you will have to pay a premium if you want a motherboard featuring Gigabyte's Matt Black theme. Regardless, the baby P67 of the range offers a feature set that caters to most people's needs. Do note however that you will be limited to 16x/4x CrossfireX.
So you can subtract the VAT (17.5%) and you get closer to 1156 prices
Gigabyte P67A-UD3 - £82.49/$127.26
Gigabyte P67A-UD4 - £122.92/$189.62
Gigabyte P67A UD5 - £173.24/$267.27
Gigabyte P67A-UD7 - £206.24/$318.18
This makes me happy