ASRock P55M Pro

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1 PCShopTalk
"At first, I have struggled a lot trying to make this board work at 4GHz; I have tried multiple settings, ran Linx instances, OCCT and 3DMark tests, to make sure that the board is stable. Almost each time when I ran 3DMark 2005, I was getting an error at low CPU voltages, and when I was setting in BIOS a value over 1.38V for the CPU, the computer was shutting itself off, during the first or second CPU test in the 3DMark 2005 benchmark. Surprisingly, with the same settings, 3DMark Vantage was running perfect."
2 iXBT Labs
"For one of the cheapest boards on the new chipset, this one looks very decent. If you don't need 6 expansion slots and fully-fledged SLI/CrossFire, then ASRock P55M Pro is a nice choice for an inexpensive machine based on a Core i5 CPU (or future Socket 1156 processors)."