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MSI H55M-E23


$143.39 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Decent price point for a microATX board with these specs. MicroATX form factor, price and integrated HD graphics make this an excellent choice for HTPC builds. Great overclocker for a microATX board--stable, cool, efficient.

The Cons:Only supports up to 8GB of RAM due to having only 2 RAM slots. No overclocking settings to be found in the BIOS--must be done by way of additional software. Horizontal SATA port layout can make installation awkward, especially when using a discrete graphics unit.

The MSI H55M-E23 Motherboard features MSI’s proprietary Active Phase Switching (APS) Technology that minimizes power consumption and noise generation during operation, cooling it as well. It has a universal charging feature for iPod, iPhone and iPad and the board features USB Safeguard, which can protect it from accidental damage resulting from the connection cause by USB connected devices.

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It is also equipped to support 1080p High-Definition multimedia playback. 

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    Decent price point for a microATX board with these specs.

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    MicroATX form factor, price and integrated HD graphics make this an excellent choice for HTPC builds.

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    Great overclocker for a microATX board--stable, cool, efficient.

Cons
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    Only supports up to 8GB of RAM due to having only 2 RAM slots.

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    No overclocking settings to be found in the BIOS--must be done by way of additional software.

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    Horizontal SATA port layout can make installation awkward, especially when using a discrete graphics unit.

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    Doesn't include mounting screws like most motherboards.

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    BIOS is convoluted and poorly laid out.

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