Asus' P7P55D Evo is shaping up to be quite an attractive P55-based motherboard (with support for Intel's Core i5 processors). Two new photos from Asus update the platform's looks from last week's early preview.
We increased our high-end budget this month to see how much performance $5,000 could deliver. This move is certain to destroy comparative value, but will the system also shatter benchmark records?
Does your aging CrossFire-compatible motherboard have enough PCI Express bandwidth to make a second card worthwhile? We compare every Core 2-based platform in order to find out.