Asus P7H55D-M EVO
Awesome Looking as is Most Asus Boards.
Great for Almost any Application.
High performance and stability.
Small footprint desirable for HTPC or nongaming enthusiast rig.
BIOS very overclockfriendly.
No onboard power, reset, and clear CMOS buttons.
Some parts of the BIOS are undocumented.
Large CPU coolers may interfere with first two RAM sockets.
H55 chipset lacks RAID and AHCI storage support.
By TechReaction.net on October 22, 2010
ASUS seems to have separated themselves from the majority of the pack by taking the H55 and kicking it up a notch. Until recently AMD had pretty much ruled the HTPC market with a strong performing integrated graphics solution and the XXXe line of...-
By Modders-Inc on September 12, 2010
With the Asus P7H55D-M Evo being my first chance to play with the new Intel Core i5 processor and the H55 chipset, I really didn't know what kind of performance I would get out of it. With this being setup for integrated graphics and it being a...100
By Pureoverclock on September 09, 2010
ASUS has put together a nice little board here, quite literally, with the P7H55D-M EVO Micro ATX. In terms of design, the P7H55D-M EVO is very good, with plenty of space for large components, and has an intuitive layout. Unfortunately, none of the...-
By FutureLooks on July 08, 2010
When computer folks talk about micro-ATX, it’s rarely ever an exciting subject. That’s because m-ATX systems have rarely ever thought of as a performance option with the only exception being the ASUS Republic of Gamers X58 Rampage II m-ATX...90
By Overclockers Club on June 30, 2010
Intel's H55 chipset is a low priced, mainstream product that is designed to utilize the integrated graphics built into the new Clarkdale based processors. This design has proven to be a very good option for users that are looking to get the best...-
By Trusted Reviews on June 17, 2010
Having looked at quite a few mid-range micro-ATX AMD solutions recently, including the excellent and more recent , we figured it was time to check out a small Intel board for those who don't need (or can't afford) the hardcore features of the...70
By X-bit Labs on May 20, 2010
The life of computer users would be much easier if every mainboard were like ASUS P7H55M-V EVO. During our tests we only noticed a few minor shortcomings but found a lot of advantages about this product. The single inconvenience in its PCB design is...-
By Tom's Hardware on February 24, 2010
Our biggest reservation concerning the P7H55D-M EVO layout is the lower-rear corner placement of the front-panel audio header, a location that has caused...-
By Benchmark Reviews on February 23, 2010
This is my first formal motherboard review, so the only context I have is my own experience with motherboards, which in the past 18 months or so has been with three X58 motherboards and a single enthusiast-level ASUS P55 motherboard. This probably...91
By OverclockersQH on February 20, 2010
So overall we did see some performance improvements with the Asus Board over the Asrock but most of the benchmarks proved the same. The Asus really shined when it got to overclocking. I was easily able to reproduce the 4.4 GHz benchmark I achieved...-