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Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6 Intel P55 Mainboard Full Review - PCstats.com Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6 Intel P55 Mainboard Full Review
Thu, November 06 2008 | 8:06AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Today, Intel officially announce it's Intel P55 chipset. This chipset supports the new LGA 1156 Socket type processors. Ironically, the LGA1156 processors also comes in the form of Core i7 and Core i5. Featuring a 24 Phase power and Ultra durable - 2oz copper PCB, it is simply not another P55 board as it has more to offer. The first thing that captures my attention is the 6 DIMM slots. Although X58 is tri channel architecture, the P55 isn't. The extra DIMM slots are there for you to take throw in more memory. This is somewhat unique on the P55-UD6. In addition, Gigabyte also introduces a new Powered eSATA/USB combo port. You can now insert a USB or eSATA stick into the same port. There is also a feature known as X.H.D - eXtreme Hard Drive. GIGABYTE eXtreme Hard Drive (X.H.D) provides a quick and easy way to boost your hard drive performance simply by adding another hard drive. See how stable it is running an overclocked Core i5 750 at 4GHz in SLI (285GTX) in the review.
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