While many are revisions of existing boards, the list of releases includes:
The P55 boards feature USB3.0 ports that include a 3X-boost in output power. The G41M board is a bit of a throwback to previous-generation Intel tech but it also gets the benefit of a 3X-boost to USB port power output.
The EP43 board has Windows 7 WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs) certification and is another LGA775 Intel CPU throwback.
The final two boards are AMD 680 chipset boards, both of which offer 3X-power boost on USB ports although there are issues with support of AMD’s new six-core Phenom II processors.
Both boards will only handle the 95W versions of the Phenom II X6 1035T and 1055T. Neither board currently supports the 125W parts in the 1055T or 1090T. In addition these boards also can’t handle the 125-watt quad-core Phenom II X4 965 and 955 CPUs.
So if you’re planning a six-core AMD system, make sure you carefully choose your board.