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Thursday, 16 December 2010 17:04

MSI H55M-ED55 tested - 4 Power-Consumption

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Review:
Quite highend at bargain price



As we have expected the unique MSI VRM solution works very efficient.

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In our performance/wattage check with Cinebench we see AMD is closer as thought, especially when under-voltaged. That is because µATX do not waste power with features nobody needs, such as ten, twelve, sixteen or 32 phases and with less add-on chips. Of course the i5-750 runs on the MSI P55-GD65 board with our standard graphics card.


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