Zotac H55-ITX Review - The World's First mini-ITX H55 Motherboard
28 February 2010
Conclusion: Contrary to DFI’s P55 MI-T36, the H55-ITX focuses less on overclockability and more on packing as many features as possible onto its miniaturized surface. This isn’t to say that ZOTACs board can’t be overclocked at all though. In fact, I was able to maintain a 150 BCLK while reducing Vcore and without the ability to manually set the CPU VTT voltage using our retail i3 530 CPU.
Excerpt: Despite the fact that that HP’s LP3065 has been around a for a few months already, it is still news to many people. While the existence of 30″ LCD displays is nothing new, the number of people actually using, or that have even used, a 30″ display is still quite small. That is probably the first time, for a long time, that you will be reading about a reference to a 30″ display and the words “quite small” in the same sentence.
Conclusion: In regards to price, you can find the Dell Ultra Sharp 3007WFP 30-inch monitor for about $300 USD less than the LP3065. While the Dell does include an integrated media card reader, the response rate is slower, and in our opinion, the colors reproduced are not as good as the LP3065’s. The Samsung SyncMaster 305 T also boasts a 6ms response rate, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and similar specs to the HP LP3065, but we have not had a chance to review it yet, so we cannot recommend...
Pros: Vibrant, rich colors and deep blacks; sharp text reproduction; fast reponse rate; USB Hub
Cons: Video processing handled by video card; lacks a media card reader
Excerpt: At more than £200 less than its nearest competitor, the LP3065 is a bargain. On performance alone, it would sit at the back of our bunch, but for creatives with modest demands its low price makes it better value than its rivals.
Pros: Very low cost. Performance good enough for video applications.
Cons: Print pros will need more than the LP3065 offers.