I hate to admit it, but I somehow forgot I had this beauty of a motherboard lying around. I ended up stumbling on it earlier and immediately slapped my forehead. It's not often we take a look at mATX or smaller motherboards, but when this thing arrived at my door, I found myself really excited. Why? Because it's an LGA1156 mini-ITX motherboard, of course! It's Gigabyte's H55N-USB3, and despite it's small size, it packs a punch. The board features USB 3.0 as the name suggests, which to me, is very, very impressive. After all, you don't even see that kind of functionality on lower-end ATX motherboards all too often, let alone mini-ITX. It also features Gigabyte's "On/Off Charge" support, which boasts faster charging of electronic devices, such as the iPhone and other iP*** devices. Interestingly enough, the board sports 2oz of copper, like many of Gigabyte's other boards. It's interesting because that's typically a feature associated with overclocking, and looking at this, I sure don't think overclocking would be on my mind. I am still debating whether I should even TRY to overclock it or not... it just might not be built for that impressive of an overclock. I'll have to check in with Gigabyte on that one. Just for fun, and to give a sense of scale, I installed NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 480 on the board, and well... enough said. Let me tell you, it's REALLY weird to remove the motherboard from the GPU, rather than vice versa You can expect a review in the weeks ahead. If you want to know anything specific about it before then, or want me to tackle something in the review, speak up!