ECS H55H-M microATX Intel LGA1156 Motherboard Review

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Bundle and BIOS

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

I love the nice, clean appearance of the box… it is the little things in life!
ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

The bundle is very thin, which is kind of to be expected with this type of board.  You get two SATA cables, the backplate, a DVD with drivers and apps and some print material for setting up the board.

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

The ECS H55H-M sports an AMI BIOS, as you can see with the typical home screen.  There is not a lot that is too special about this BIOS, so we will show several shots just so you can see it.

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Standard CMOS Setup

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

The Advanced Setup page

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Advanced Chipset Setup

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Integrated Peripherals

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Power Management Setup

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

PCI/PnP Setup

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

I would like to say that I really would like to at least have some temps present on the health page.  I had no idea at all at what temperature my CPU was running.

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Any tweaking that will be done on this board will be done here on the Frequency/Voltage Control page.  Several options are here for your tinkering, but certainly nowhere near what you are used to on an enthusiast board.

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

FSB goes all the way to 600… never have figured out why companies do this… wishful thinking I guess!

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Vcore can be raised to +.315 over default values in .005v increments. 

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

VTT can be raised to +.63 in .01 increments.

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

VAXG can be set at either +.1, .2 or .3. 

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Vdimm can also be raised to +.63 over default value in .01 increments.

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

DRAM frequency can be set at 800, 1066, 1333 or 1600 MHz. 

ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review

Finally, the DRAM timings are the usual suspects, and you also have the choice to set the command rate at 1T or 2T.
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