Three ASRock motherboards based on chipset H55 for future Intel chips

Friday, November 27, 2009

Intel is preparing to submit its 32 nm processors Clarkdale, having integrated video core, as well as several new chipsets for these CPU. One of these chipsets will be Intel H55, which is likely to become one of the most affordable solutions to support current and future Intel chips in performance LGA 1156.

There is nothing surprising in the fact that the motherboard manufacturers are already preparing their development on the chipset Intel H55. One of them is the company ASRock, prepares, at least three models. They should appear on sale in late December or early January, but their specifications are already known.

For example, the model H55M Pro is made in the form factor Micro-ATX, has a 4 +1 phase power supply system, solid capacitors DuraCap, four slots for DDR3 memory 2600 and two expansion slots PCI-Express x16 with support for the regime CrossFireX. In addition, there is one eSATA port and five ports SATA 3.0 Gbps, Gigabit Ethernet connector and an integrated 7.1-channel audiochip and Interfaces D-Sub, DVI and HDMI 1.3a.

Fee H55M have similar characteristics, but has only two slots for DDR3 memory and four SATA ports, but is equipped with two connectors eSATA. Finally, the motherboard H55DE3 performed in ATX format and includes four slots for DDR3 memory 2600 and two slots PCI-Express x16, two eSATA ports and four SATA and Gigabit Ethernet, integrated 7.1 channel audiochip and video outputs D-Sub, DVI and HDMI.