Size does not matter? Guru3D has their review up of the ECS H55 micro ITX board. If you're looking to build your own HTPC, this micro ITX board might just be the thing.
We test the ECS H55H-I. It's been topic amongst many of the male versus female species for decades now and here at Guru3D today we will bring you the definitive answer to the eternal question ... does size matter Pop on a Clarkdale based processor like the Core i3 or Core i5 series and you can use it's HDMI DVI of DSUB graphics connector. Audio No worries the embedded Realtek ACL 8982 eight channel audio codec will happily output to analog or coaxial or optical TOSLINK S/PDIF connectors need USB Well the rear panel has six of them need SATA2 Here we spot four ports and one eSATA dual channel memory Yep supported up-to 1600 MHz and in the end if you do not want to use the embedded graphics from the processor then you can even pop in a full x16 PCIe graphics card and make a wicked gaming rig out of this very handy H55H-I motherboard.