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GA990FXA-UD5
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GigaByte GA-990FXA-UD5

Socket AM3+; ATX; Features: Heatpipes

For Expert Reviews, the Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 is the best AM3+ motherboard on the market and an amazing buy to boot. The sheer amount of slots and ports on offer here make it impressively versatile, …

1 review | 14 opinions (Above average)

 

Z87XUD3H
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GigaByte Z87X-UD3H

Socket 1150; ATX; Features: Dual BIOS, Start-Reset Button, Integrated graphics chip

Reviewers at Bit-tech thought that the GA-Z87X-UD3H's asking price was perfectly adequate for what it offers, since extras such as its CMOS buttons and LED POST code reader easily justify its

1 review | 9 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 7/2013 Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H Just a few weeks after the announcement of Intel's new Haswell platform, the Z87 motherboard market already offers budget, midrange and high-end models. The GA-Z87X-UD3H sits in the middle camp, but offers more features than expected at this price point. … to review

G1. Sniper M 3 (Rev 1.0)
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GigaByte G1. Sniper M3 (Rev 1.0)

LGA1155; Micro-ATX; Features: SLI-Crossfire Combination, Dual BIOS

The very reasonable price of Gigabyte's G1.Sniper M3 is even more alluring when you consider the spectacular feature list it comes with. PC Format were in awe of its performance, which was on …

1 review

 

 
Z77X-UD3H
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GigaByte GA-Z77X-UD3H

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Dual BIOS, SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start-Reset Button, …

Although the Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H is well stocked with expansion slots, it features fewer SATA ports than similarly priced rivals. Two eSATA ports help make up for this, as well as its six USB 3.0 …

1 review | 12 opinions (Above average)

 

Z77XUP7
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GigaByte GA-Z77X-UP7

LGA1155; eATX; Features: Dual BIOS, Integrated graphics chip

If you're a keen overclocker you might want to give the GA-Z77X-UP7 a pass since it's not exactly spectacular in that respect, but otherwise, PCFormat reckon this is an excellent board as …

1 review | 4 opinions (Excellent)

 

Z87D3HP
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GigaByte Z87-D3HP

Socket 1150; ATX; Features: SLI-Crossfire Combination, Integrated graphics chip

Considering the Z87-D3HP's price, reviewers at PC Format weren't surprised by its flimsy build quality or disappointing performance, but they said that usually the reason to go for a Z87

2 reviews | 6 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: PCFormat, 10/2013 Gigabyte Z87-D3HP The Z87-D3HP is cheap and it certainly looks like it, but can it surprise PC Format? … to review

GA-Z87N-WIFI
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GigaByte Z87N-WIFI

Socket 1150; Mini-ITX; Features: Dual BIOS, Wi-Fi

Although Gigabyte's Z87N-WIFI is a very good board for the price thanks to its connectivity, built-in WiFi and automatic overclocking menu, Expert Reviews said they would rather spend a bit more …

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

GigaByte GA-Z77X-UD5H
GigaByte GA-Z77X-UD5H

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip, Dual BIOS, SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start- …

Reviewers at Bit-tech were glad to say that the GA-Z77X-UD5H sees GigaByte at the top of its game again. Its performance is slightly inferior to that of Asus' Maximus V Gene and it's also …

1 review | 15 opinions (Excellent)

 

990-FXA-UD7
GigaByte 990FXA-UD7

Socket AM3; ATX; Features: Diagnostic Display, Dual BIOS, Start-Reset Button

Despite some slight performance shortcomings, Gigabyte's GA-990FXA-UD7 is a very impressive option for gamers in search of a board that allows them to supercharge their system without having to

4 reviews | 7 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 7/2011 Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 The UD7 range encompasses Gigabyte's top shelf offerings, but it's always faced hard competition from the company's own, more budget-conscious, UD3 and UD2 product lines. … to review

GAA75MUD2H
GigaByte A75M-UD2H

Socket FM1; Micro-ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

It might be more expensive than other Micro-ATX Llano mainboards, but in Expert Reviews' opinion, Gigabyte's GA-A75M-UD2 makes it worth shelling out a bit more if only because of its

4 reviews | 4 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 8/2011 Gigabyte GA-A75M-UD2H As the first FM1 motherboard to hit the market, the GA-A75M-UD2 carries an 'early adopter' premium price tag. Is it worth paying, or are you better off waiting until cheaper models come along? … to review

 
GigaByte GA-E350N-USB3
GigaByte GA-E350N-USB3

Mini-ITX; Features: Overclocking- / Turbo Function, Integrated processor, Integrated graphics …

Described by Tom's Hardware as being middle-of-the-road in terms of features, the E350N-USB3 doesn't offer Bluetooth, but provides support for overclocking. However, while DDR3-1333 does …

4 reviews | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

Z68XUD3HB3
GigaByte Z68X-UD3H-B3

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Quad-SLI Support, Dual BIOS

With two USB 3.0 ports, SATA 3 support, plenty of overclocking flexibility, and Lucid's Virtu technology for switching between discrete and integrated graphics, TechRadar say Gigabyte's

2 reviews

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 6/2011 Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 The Z68X-UD3H-B3 is one of Gigabyte's twelve Z68 variations, and all those letters and numbers suggest this is one very attractive Z68 motherboard. … to review

GA880-GMAUD-2-H
GigaByte GA-880GMA-UD2H

ATX

PC Format says that all-around, this motherboard offers a great list of features and solid performance. It boasts generous connectivity and expansion options, including a full set of video outputs …

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

GA-A75-UD4H
GigaByte A75-UD4H

Socket FM1; ATX; Features: Dual BIOS

According to Expert Reviews, the Gigabyte A75-UD4H is not the best FM1 motherboard available, even despite its inclusion of ample ports and its considerate layout of the expansion slots. It does,

2 reviews

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 3/2012 Gigabyte A75-UD4H Gigabit have crammed their A75-UD4H ATX FM1 motherboard full with features and ports to ensure all your needs are catered for. So how well does it work? … to review

Z87XOC
GigaByte Z87X-OC

Socket 1150; ATX; Features: Overclocking- / Turbo Function, Dual BIOS, Start-Reset Button, …

You'll need a powerful system to make the most of the Z87X-OC, since its overclocking capabilities will be wasted on anything but the range-topping CPUs in Intel's new Haswell line, making …

1 review | 4 opinions (Average)

 

 
GA-Z68XP-UD3P
GigaByte Z68XP-UD3P

Socket H2(1155); ATX; Features: Dual BIOS

Gigabyte's Z68XP-UD3P motherboard has a good layout, as the chipset is decently sized and the MOSFET heat sinks don't get in the way. There's plenty of support for expansion - for

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 3/2012 Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3P In the middle of the Z68 lineup, the Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3P motherboard hopes to offer a balance between a suitable price and a decent range of features. How does it fare? … to review

H67MA-UD2H
GigaByte GA-H67MA-UD2H

LGA1155; Micro-ATX

The H67MA-UD2H lacks any real overclocking capabilities, but if you don't need cutting edge performance or if you simply want to build a home theatre PC, TechRadar reckon that it's hard to …

1 review

 

GA-Z68XP-UD3-iSSD
GigaByte Z68XP-UD3-iSSD

Socket H2(1155), LGA1155; ATX; Features: Dual BIOS

One of the most interesting features of the Z68XP-UD3-ISSD is that it comes with an SSD already in place in order to make the most of Intel's SRT technology to improve system performance. On the

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 8/2011 Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3-ISSD Intel's new Z68 chipset seems to have found favour with Gigabyte, who are currently offering at least 20 boards based on it. … to review

GigaByte GA-H55N-USB3
GigaByte GA-H55N-USB3

Socket 1156; Mini-ITX

PC Format was amazed how such puny proportions could boast such high-end performance. Featuring the same Intel H55 chipset as larger boards, it also has a full 16-lane PCI Express port to support …

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

GA-X58A-UD7
GigaByte X58A-UD7

ATX

"... A plethora of commonalities between the X58A-UD7 and the cheaper X58A-UD3R would make a full description of the high-end model seem redundant, but the differences are where this premium …

3 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

Gigabyte GA-P55-UD5 Bit Tech 11/2009 - No-one will admit eating a nice bit of Victoria Sponge around the GA-P55-UD5 unit that was ready for testing, but with crumbs stuck in the LGA1156 socket, a replacement review model was required. This review comes to you a bit late then, but still, better late than never. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on performance, features and value.

Gigabyte P55 UD3 PCFormat 11/2009 - This is more like it. Last month, we looked at the high-end of the burgeoning P55 spectrum; three mobos lurking dangerously close to the £200 mark and all more expensive than a host of existing bandwidth-heavy X58 boards. Still, performance with a likewise top-end Lynnfield CPU onboard had us drooling over the possibility of the more bargainous mainstream boards to come. Here's the first. ...

Gigabyte P55M-UD2 Expert Reviews 4/2011 - Gigabyte’s P55M-UD2 is a slightly cluttered looking microATX board for Intel’s socket LGA1156 Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. Gigabyte has crammed in two PCI slots and two PCI-E x16 slots. One of the PCI slots will be blocked if you install a graphics card with a large cooler and the second slot runs at x4 rather than x16 if two cards are installed. Four memory slots can take up to 16GB of RAM running at speeds of up to 2,200MHz.

Gigabyte GA-P55M-UD4 Bit Tech 9/2009 - The Micro-ATX form factor has amassed quite a following in the past year, with products such as the Asus Rampage II Gene and DFI LanParty JR-P45-T2RS leading the pack, and the MSI (X58M!) making the occasional cameo appearance. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on performance, features and value.

Gigabyte GA-X58-USB3 PC Pro 12/2010 - The imminent arrival of Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors means the current generation of LGA 1366 motherboards will soon be behind the curve. Consequently, prices are dropping: both Foxconn’s Flaming Blade GTI and Gigabyte’s new GA-X58-USB3 cost just £101 exc VAT.

Gigabyte GA-M720-US3 TrustedReviews 4/2009 - Gigabyte's GA-M720-US3 has an Nvidia nForce 720D at its heart, which doesn't have integrated graphics and the AM2+ socket on the board also supports AM3 Phenom II chips. Besides meaning you won't have to dump your DDR2 memory to run this, what else is in store? Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features and layout, performance, and value. An overall score out of 10 was given.

Gigabyte EX58-UD5 PC Pro 2/2009 - Gigabyte is a well respected manufacturer of motherboards with many of its products winning awards and taking spots in various best product lists. However, when anew chipset or technology is first introduced, it is often hard for manufacturers to stray too far from the standard reference designs. So how does its first attempt at tackling Intel's core i7 far?

Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H Expert Reviews 4/2010 - The launch of AMD 890GX chipset has prompted all the major manufacturers to release new high-end AM3 boards. Gigabyte's 890GPA-UD3H is one of these, and it certainly has a feature list to justify its high price, including USB3, SATA III and powerful integrated graphics.

Gigabyte P55M-UD2 Computer Shopper 1/2010 - Intel's Core i5-750 processor is the best current choice for those wanting to build a powerful PC on a reasonable budget. Because of this, we've reviewed a number of motherboards that have a suitable LGA1156 socket. Our favourite to date is MSI's P55M-GD45, but Gigabyte's P55M-UD2 is equally attractive.

Gigabyte GA-H55M-UD2H PC Pro 1/2010 - Intel's 32nm Core i3 and Core i5 CPUs are a persuasive reason to make the leap to the LGA 1156 platform. But to take advantage of these chips' onboard graphics you'll need a motherboard based on the H55 chipset — such as the Gigabyte GA-H55M-UD2H.

Gigabyte 3D Rocket II Computer Shopper 12/2007 - The 3D Rocket II is a huge cooler, measuring 175mm tall and weighing 640g. With blue fins and blue LEDs, it's clearly aimed at enthusiasts.

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