by April 1, 2010 0 comments



Unique feature
of this P55 express chipset based motherboard is the ability to give 24 phase
power supply to CPU. Having these many phases means constant and glitch free
power supply to CPU plus low heat dissipation. Similar to Asus Maximum III
Extreme, this motherboard also supports multiple graphics technologies i.e ATI’s
CrossFireX or NVIDIA’s SLI. Other similarity between motherboards from Asus and
Gigabyte tested in this issue is wireless management of power settings over
Bluetooth. P55A-UD7 comes with feature known as AutoGreen where Bluetooth cell
phone is used to enable system power saving. If configured cell phone is out of
range of motherboard Bluetooth receiver, a specific power saving mode is enabled
automatically.

To test
graphical performance we again carried out tests using 3D Mark and POV-Ray and
results were 14087 and 94759. On the other hand, the overall performance tested
using PC Mark and CineBench gave results of 9982 and 94759 respectively. All
these results are at par with Asus Maximus III Extreme. Other test results
including USB 3.0, SATA 6Gbps, and power supply can be found in the table.

Price: Rs 8,900 (3-year warranty)
Meant for: Enterprises
Contact: Rashi Peripherals
Telephone: 022-40470811
Email: response@rptech india.com
SMS Buy 130482 to 56677


Bottomline:
With
a 24 -phase power supply, this one is good for those  looking for both high
performance and latest features.

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