Asus P7H57D-V EVO

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Based on 14 expert reviews
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    4
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By Atomic MPC on 79

Way too expensive for decent...

By ITP.net on 80

Asus' P7H57D-V EVO won’t be an inexpensive board when pricing is announced but one look at its specifications and BIOS will reveal it’s worth it.For starters this board, like the MSI H57M-ED65, uses Intel’s H57 Express chipset....

By Expert Reviews on 100

Asus' P7H57D-V Evo is expensive, but it's packed full of features and is as future-proof as is currently possible....

By Overclock3D on 70

So it seems as though the Asus P7H57D-V EVO has fared rather well across the board (pun not intended). To summarise, it allowed us to push our Core i3 530 CPU to 4.1GHz, carries a number of interesting and (for some) useful features. It has proven...

By Bit-tech.net on 70

Distilling the results, the Asus H57 overclocks very well but that doesn't translate into the best results we've seen. At stock speeds it's very nippy though: topping the tables in all our multimedia performance charts, however gaming is a...

By HEXUS.net on 68

So is the ASUS P7H57D-V EVO worth buying? Using the most expensive of Intel's Core i5-supporting chipsets means there's a limit to how cheap a board like this can be, even if the price difference on the chipset is only a little extra. In...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

Core i5-661 and H55/H57It is hard not to be impressed by Intel’s latest CPU/GPU and Chipset launch. They have taken the already very impressive Core range of processors, created a high performing dual core model and added to it an integrated...

By ComputerPowerUser on 80

The P7H57D-V EVO’s performance was top-notch, and the board remained rock-solid stable throughout testing. At just under $200, though, it is somewhat pricey compared to other H55-based motherboards. But the addition of SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 along with...

By TechRadar on 80

There's a whiff of something new, something different in the air in 2010. It's a smell that will become an overpowering pong during the next few years until it eventually drowns out everything else in PCdom. Yup, this odorous wind of change is...

By iXBT Labs on

ASUS P7H57D-V EVO is definitely an original motherboard. However, while the support for the latest peripheral interfaces is nice, the simultaneous support for the integrated graphics and multiple discrete graphics cards seems to be a purely marketing...

By Overclockers Club on

The ASUS P7H57D-V EVO is the most feature package motherboard in the roundup and as such it has the highest price point. However, when looking at all the features that this board offers it is hard to say that it's not worth it. This is the only...

By HardOCP on

The ASUS P7H57D-V EVO looks to be a very good motherboard. It has a solid feature set, solid performance, and solid stability. We are still sort of left wondering exactly who this board would be "good for." Dan used the phrase "jack of all trades,...

By X-bit Labs on

It is always hard to predict how the readers will respond to a review. Sometimes it only takes a few days to write a review, but it stays on the top ten list for a long time, and sometimes you spend a month on tests and the article remains barely...

By InsideHW on

The conclusion is much the same as ever: the most expensive models are to be bought if you require additional functions such as the new generation of SATA and USB ports, mid-class models of recognised manufacturers will be bought by users which pay...