Gigabyte: P67 lineup not cancelled

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 19 2011 @ 21:13 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yesterday KitGuru launched a rumor that Gigabyte had cancelled its P67 production in favor of Z68 products, but today the company refutes the news on its blog and reports P67 products will be manufactured until the end of 2011.
The industry reports about GIGABYTE cancelling all P67 projects and moving 100% to next gen Intel 6 series chipset models are misleading and unfounded. GIGABYTE will continue producing P67 chipset motherboards until the end of 2011, and the H67 models are expected to be available well into 2012. However, it is true that GIGABYTE is aggressively preparing a full range of motherboards based on next gen Intel 6 series chipsets for the enthusiast, power user and mainstream market segments. These models will boast all the rich features available from Intel’s latest chipset and CPU offerings together with some exciting new GIGABYTE proprietary technologies.

We appreciate the excitement and enthusiasm regarding GIGABYTE’s next generation 6 series chipset motherboards, and look forward to a quick ramp in the weeks and months to come.


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