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Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3


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Benchmark Reviews  --- Jul 15 '10
Hardware Asylum  --- Jul 30 '10
Hardware Secrets  --- Dec 21 '10
MadShrimps  --- Jul 21 '10  --- Aug 18 '10
PC Perspective  --- Oct 29 '10  --- Aug 05 '10
Tech Report  --- Sep 20 '10
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Techware Labs  --- Aug 26 '10
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Benchmark Reviews on Jul 15 '10

"At the end, I think this is a pretty decent platform, that fits many users necessities while saving a lot of space and power requirements, while it fully supports the whole LGA 1156 CPUs gamma,..."

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Hardware Asylum on Jul 30 '10

"There will certainly be new Mini-ITX chassis designs on the market but none will match the current designs when it comes to size and overall power consumption. That is just the price you pay for..."

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Hardware Secrets on Dec 21 '10

"In short, if you want to build an SFF computer, but you don't want to leave the performance of a mainstream CPU, upgradeability, overclocking possibilities, you will be satisfied with the Gigabyte..."

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MadShrimps on Jul 21 '10

"Overall we can see the Gigabyte H55N-USB3 is a nice board that performs well. The price is a bit higher than ATX and µATX boards, but if you are looking for the smallest solution possible the..."

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"You might think that I have some issues with the layout of the H55N-USB3 motherboard and I do but it is perfectly understandable. This board is designed to fit into a mini-ITX or bigger case, and..."

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