ASRock H55M Pro LGA1156 Motherboard is that tempting inexpensive option

by Rafael Hernandez on March 8, 2010 · 0 comments

There’s always that spoiler that shows up to the party and ruins everybody’s fun. While that fun has meant higher prices on motherboards they won’t be able to ignore this competitor’s lower price tag.

The ASRock H55M Pro LGA1156 Motherboard isn’t the most overclocking capable board out there, at least with its current BIOS, but its low price is certain to capture your attention. bit-tech has the review:

The H55M Pro is neatly laid out too, helping to keep a media PC in a cramped case neat and free of airflow obstructions. The 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS12V power connectors are located on the edges of the board, and the chipset heatsink is small and unobtrusive. Equally, the two fan headers are spaced well apart for easy connections to front or rear fans, but if you want more than two speed-controlled fans, you’ll need to buy a fan controller.

Nicely laid out and decent performance to boot, a decent choice for that budget build.

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