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The P55H-A 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 2 PCI, 1 PCI-E x1, 1 PCI-E x4, 2 PCI-E 2.0 x16 slots, and 4 DDR3-1333 DIMM sockets. Rear panel I/O ports include: 8 USB 2.0/1.1, 1 RJ-45, 1 eSATA, 8-channel HD audio jacks, 1 coaxial S/PDIF Out connector, 1 S/PDIF Out connector, and 1 Clr CMOS switch.

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ECS P55H-A Reviews Rating: 86 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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Guru3D  --- Sep 15 '09
Hardware Secrets  --- Sep 10 '09
Hardwareoverclock  --- Nov 02 '09
iXBT Hardware  --- Jun 10 '10 82/100 Nov 07 '09
Overclockers Club  --- Oct 21 '09
PC Perspective  --- Dec 04 '09
Phoronix 9/10 Nov 06 '09  --- Sep 08 '09
TBreak  --- Oct 28 '09
Neoseeker  --- Dec 21 '09
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ECS P55H-A Review -- Dec 21 '09

Guru3D on Sep 15 '09

"If you are not willing to spend 200+ USD on a P55 motherboard or don't have the intention of massive overclocking (and paying a premium price for that), then a motherboard like ECS offers here..."

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Hardware Secrets on Sep 11 '09

"P55H-A is a good option for your new Core i5 processor if you are looking for a mainstream motherboard. It comes with an attractive price, USD 135. Of course it could cost less (like everything in..."

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iXBT Hardware on Jun 10 '10

"This model will hardly become a motherboard of choice for many people. The advantages only include stylish heatsinks and POST code indication. The number of drawbacks is higher. Sadly,..."

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"This board performs great, with performance in the same class as other motherboards in this chipset. Overclocking was a bit of a mixed bag as the 750 CPU was able to overclock to 4GHz without issue..."

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Neoseeker on Dec 21 '09

"ECS often counts on extremely competitive pricing in order to stand out. Obviously some features have to be sacrificed to achieve that -- but does the board reach the right balance, or does it..."

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