ASRock P55 Deluxe

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About the Product

The P55 Deluxe is a ATX mainboard that is made to support socket 1156 (Core i5 and i7) CPUs. It is based on the Intel P55 Express chipset and features 3 PCI, 1 PCI-E 2.0 x1, 1 PCI-E x16, 2 PCI-E 2.0 x16 slots, and 4 DDR3-1600 DIMM sockets. Rear panel I/O ports include: 7 USB 2.0/1.1, 1 IEEE 1394a, 2 RJ-45, 1 eSATA, 1 x coaxial SPDIF out, 1 optical SPDIF Out Port, 8-channel HD audio jacks, and 1 Clr CMOS switch.

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ASRock P55 Deluxe Reviews Rating: 92 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Futurelooks.com 9/10 Oct 20 '09
iXBT Hardware  --- Apr 06 '10
Motherboards.org 85/100 Oct 01 '09
PC Perspective  --- May 07 '10
ThinkComputers 10/10 Nov 25 '09
Tweak Town 91% Sep 16 '09
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"Currently, at $179.99, the P55 Deluxe is priced about $10-15 higher than the entry level LGA1156 motherboards available. However, it does offer a full array of features including CrossfireX/SLI,..."

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"Perhaps, an ASRock motherboard isn't the first thing that comes to mind, when you're considering top-class solutions. But the company is doing its job fine, offering models for all price ranges,..."

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"ASRock is not well known in the enthusiast community as they often have niche motherboards based on esoteric chipsets with unique features found nowhere else. This board is the first board I’ve..."

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"The sturdiness of the board never came into question and it performed very well during most of our synthetic benchmarks. There seems to be a little bit of room for improvement in the overclocking..."

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"The P55 Deluxe may be the nicest motherboard I’ve reviewed costing under $200. It has everything I’d expect to find on Asus’ and Gigabyte’s mainstream boards costing $250 or more. Little things..."

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