A Few Features We've Seen
Asus is standardizing its Q-DIMM slot design across the P55 family. We've already had the chance to use this on two other Asus boards and have to say it's much more convenient than pulling a graphics card every time we need to swap memory.
The P7P55 WS Supercomputer also includes several other features seen in our past previews. TurboV Evo, for instance, is Asus' hardware-based overclocking solution, which allows you to alter BIOS settings through the company's custom Windows-based software. The T.Probe feature monitors temperature and loading of the board's power phases and adjusts in an effort to balance thermals across the voltage regulation circuitry. MemOK!, which we've been testing on the P7P55D Deluxe, sets failsafe presets on modules experiencing compatibility issues for one reason or another. And of course, Asus integrates its EPU, which throttles back power consumption on a system level during periods of light load.