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EVGA H55V


$90.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Powerful motherboard - native DVI/VGA support removes need for an external graphics card. Solid state capacitors greatly improve lifespan - maintain consistent operations quality. One-click overclocking is very simplistic and reliable - EVGA Dummy OC boost performance level in seconds.

The Cons:Configuration is very difficult - extensive manual reference/professional assistance may be required.

The EVGA H55V motherboard is a scaled-down version of the H55. While most of the specs are the same, the integrated overclocking has been removed as well as the UltraDMA133 port. Apart from these changes, the H55V remains an effective all-in-one solution for those looking for a motherboard that can handle many tasks out of the box without needing to add expansion cards.

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The CPU you use will have to have integrated video processing for the video outputs of the motherboard to work. If you use the correct chip, however, you'll be able to use DVI-I, VGA and DisplayPort. There is room for 16GB of DDR3 memory, and 8 SATA connections for hard drives. The high definition audio is integrated as well, and there are 12 USB 2.0 ports.

Features

  • Supports Intel Socket 1156 processors
  • 4 x 240-pin DIMM sockets
  • Dual Channel DDR3
  • 2 PCI Express slots
  • 8 SATA connections at 300MB/sec
  • 8 Channel High Definition audio
  • Gigabit Ethernet connection (10/100/1000)
  • 12 USB 2.0 ports
  • DVI-I, VGA, DisplayPort outputs

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    Powerful motherboard - native DVI/VGA support removes need for an external graphics card

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    Solid state capacitors greatly improve lifespan - maintain consistent operations quality

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    One-click overclocking is very simplistic and reliable - EVGA Dummy OC boost performance level in seconds

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    CPU temperature is easily monitored and remedied - passive chipset heatsink reduces heat output without fan noise

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    Wide array of expansion options - large amount of USB and SATA II ports provide unlimited external connectivity options

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    Hard Power and Reset buttons are especially helpful in emergency scenarios - provide instant access to internal controls

Cons
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    Configuration is very difficult - extensive manual reference/professional assistance may be required

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