ECS A55F-A2 Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 13-03-2012 [ 4 comment(s) ]

On our first outing with the A55 chipset from AMD, we put the ECS A55F-A2 on the bench and to see how it performs.

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ECS A55F-A2 Review

Mishima
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#23861 Posted on: 13.03.2012 22:59:56
Am i right in thinking this is your first review??

Excellent work mate. Good to see ECS are improving their mobos

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#23862 Posted on: 14.03.2012 00:35:19
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#23863 Posted on: 14.03.2012 07:51:19
Ahh yes thats the first 'un. Nevertheless brilliant work!

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#23885 Posted on: 14.03.2012 14:31:44
Thanks! yeah the ECS motherboard was actually nice. It didnt pretend to be anything it wasnt and there is no reason to knock it beyond what I did. If there were 2 or even 4 more USB ports on the back and shipped with the off white SATA cables I am fairly sure it would have been a gold. IMO USB ports are too important to skimp on I readily use at least 6 constantly + the use of removable media and devices. they have got it right with 2x front headers for 4 USB ports on a case front panel, but PS2 is nearly dead. While i think it will be a while before it disappears all together, i think motherboards should only be offering a universal PS2 m/kb connector at most now. PCI slots are a bit umm and ah, there are still a lot of PCI devices around and being made and because they are cheap there is little reason to omit them from a mainstream board just yet.

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