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1 Techgage
"It's been a while since I last took a look at a motherboard that I knew I wanted in my own machine, but EVGA's P55 FTW ended that drought. The board lacks S-ATA and USB 3.0, but it has everything else, from great aesthetics and design to impressive overclocking, along with a handful of useful features not often found on the competition's boards."
2 X-Bit Labs
"We continue talking about mainboards from different manufacturers based on Intel P55 Express chipset. EVGA Company offers an entire series of solutions like that that differ in size, functionality, and certainly price, which can be anywhere between $120 and $350. Without going into any extremes, we decided not to go for the most expensive or the cheapest solution in the lineup and purchased an EVGA P55 FTW priced at $230."
3 PC Perspective
As for aesthetics, this board is absolutely sexy and something I would definitely sport at my next LAN party. The entire color scheme could work in any user's system and add a bit of flare that not many boards have. The P55 FTW also isn't very "future proof" because it doesn't include USB3 or SATA 6GB/s, but those items can easily be added with additional PCI cards. Overall, the board seemed more geared toward overclocking and daily-use operations and less about gaming.
4 TweakTown
5 HardwareOC
Hardwareoverclock.com has reviewed the EVGA P55 FTW mainboard. The P55 FTW has released 7 month ago. Many bios versions has been published since the release date. Many settings have been improved and optimized. Now we have reviewed the Board with a Core i5 650 and take a look at the new settings and Overclocking performance.