Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3 VGA Driver 15.28.4.2843

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Date: October 19, 2012
File Size: 70.3 MB
OS Support: Windows 7 / 8
Downloads: 459

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Based on the Intel® Z68 Express Chipset and supporting the new 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors, the GA-Z68XP-UD3 motherboard delivers the very best that Intel® 6 series chipsets have to offer, including a significant performance boost with Intel® Smart Response Technology, the first ever mSATA drive connectors on a standard desktop PC motherboard, and GIGABYTE's proprietary Touch BIOS™ technology. The GIGABYTE Z68 series motherboards put users in the driver seat, allowing them to take total control over how their system operates and performs to best match their individual computing needs.

Features:

  • Support Intel 22nm processors
  • Designed for PCI Express Gen.3 Support
  • Onboard mSATA connector and Smart Response Technology
  • GIGABYTE EZ Smart Response
  • Built-in Visuals
  • GIGABYTE Touch BIOS™ (Patent Pending)
  • New 100% Hardware VRD 12 Compliant CPU Power Design
  • 108dB Signal-to-Noise ratio playback
  • DualBIOS™ 3TB+ HDD Support (Hybrid EFI Technology)
  • On/Off Charge Technology
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0
  • SATA 6 Gbps
  • 3x USB Power Boost
  • Turbo XHD- Full Automatic RAID 0
  • Dynamic Energy Saver™ 2
  • Multi-display support with CrossFireX and SLI™
  • Smart 6 – Smarter PC system Management
  • Cloud OC
  • AutoGreen- Greening your PC via Bluetooth cellphone
  • Hardware OverVoltage Control IC - Enabling Extreme Overclocking
  • HDMI™-The Next Generation Multimedia Interface
  • Dolby Home Theater® - Enjoy a Rich Home Theater Surround Sound Experience
  • ErP Lot 6 support

What's New:

  • Intel VGA Driver

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