Asus' P7P55D Evo is shaping up to be quite an attractive P55-based motherboard (with support for Intel's Core i5 processors). Two new photos from Asus update the platform's looks from last week's early preview.
If you haven't yet seen our first-look preview at Asus' upcoming P55-based P7P55D Evo motherboard for Intel's Core i5, you can check it out right here.
In that preview, we mentioned that the board's design wasn't yet final, and that Asus would update us when the color/cooling was sorted out. That has happened, it seems, and we received a couple of shots of the new P55 heatsink and color scheme.
Of note is that these shots still show eight SATA ports, while we've heard from Asus that the Marvell controller's drivers are not ready and that Gigabyte is pulling the 6 Gb/s chips from its P55-based designs altogether.