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    Re: Intel DH57JG now available in the UK!!

    This board looks great, Intel MoBo's look pretty bland feature-wise but I've heard that they're rock solid.

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    Re: Intel DH57JG now available in the UK!!

    Certainly a nice board, is it worth cancelling my order of the Zotac H55 WiFi and getting this instead? Not too sure on the differences of H55 and H57.

    Why is the CPU placement so akward on these boards though? Limits heatsink usage.

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    Re: Intel DH57JG now available in the UK!!

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterStoba View Post
    Certainly a nice board, is it worth cancelling my order of the Zotac H55 WiFi and getting this instead? Not too sure on the differences of H55 and H57.

    Why is the CPU placement so akward on these boards though? Limits heatsink usage.


    The H55 WiFi has a lot more features but I reckon you will run in to less problems with the intel board.

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    Re: Intel DH57JG now available in the UK!!

    Hmm, intresting, only seems to be a few more USB ports, even though the Zotac has more SATA and USB

    I don't need WiFi, and its a tenner less, could be worth considering.

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    Re: Intel DH57JG now available in the UK!!

    This board is really promising, if a little expensive. Anyone know if there is an H55 variant coming?

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