With the advent of Intel releasing the LGA 1156 socket ASUS has launched nothing short of 17 different socket 1156 motherboards based on the newer P55 chipset. We decided to take this time to look at one of the more elite socket 1156 motherboards from ASUS, the P7P55D featuring SATA III, SLI and Crossfire, a remote for overclocking and a 48 Hybrid Phase cooling design. All together the P7P55D looks to be a mighty board but does it have true substance or is it just another board for ASUS to add to the market? Join me while I investigate and test the new ASUS the P7P55D Premium.Asus P7P55D Premium Motherboard @ TechwareLabs
Many have or are looking at setting up a home server to store media files, backups, maybe even set an FTP server and print server. But for home use, a dedicated server for this use is really overkill. Sure, one can use excess hardware, or a previous main system as a server, but the extra desk space and electricity consumed can add up quickly. Patriot’s Gear Box gives all these services while small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.Patriot Gear Box Network Device @ Rbmods
"The P7P55D EVO motherboard from ASUS I am going to test in this review is not the final design, it has some modifications compared to the retail board but the main features are still there. Let’s take a look at the review and see what ASUS has to offer with this P55 platform motherboard."
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