Today we are bringing you just one of many individual 875P motherboards you will be reading about in the coming days. If you've already read our 875P chipset coverage from a few days ago, you'd know that Intel just launched their first dual channel DDR desktop chipset capable of memory speeds of up to 400MHz DDR. And today that is exactly what we are covering, a retail motherboard based on the newly introduced 875P chipset.

We couldn't think of a better retail motherboard to start our first 875P motherboard review with than Gigabyte's 875P series of products, in this particular case the 8KNXP Ultra. Targeted primarily as a workstation/server class motherboard, the 8KNXP Ultra looks ready to take on the latest and greatest motherboards in this market.

Read on the find out why you may or may not want to purchase the 8KNXP Ultra in the near future, and what price points you can expect from Gigabyte's other 875P motherboards to be released next month...

Gigabyte 8KNXP Ultra Rev. 1.0 (Limited Edition): Basic Features

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