I have an ASRock P55-Pro board that I really like. It has a i5-750 in it and it almost keeps up with my i7-870 system with an Intel DP55KG board. It has an auto-overclock function in BIOS that runs the i5-750 at 3,800MHz. up from 2,600MHz. It's hard to beat this board for stability either. I recently ordered another ASRock P55-Pro board and another i7-870 CPU so I can run two ASRock P55-Pro mainboards with two i7-870 CPU's in them. The Intel board and the i5-750 will go to one of my kids or become a Linux test bed.
Dec 24, 10 at 1:06am
2010 was a good year for Intel socket 1156 motherboards, thanks to its desirable chipsets which supported many Intel Core CPUs from both spectrums of the market. We've launched a retrospective roundup of sorts, testing and comparing some of the more notable socket 1156 motherboard releases over the past year that really caught our eye! Maybe you'll find something to suit your needs and budget too.
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