Attractive, largely utilitarian design. Supports both SLI and CrossFireX.
New allblack color scheme, Clean, traditional layout, Fully featured BIOS for overclocking, Excellent power savings when enabled, functional even when overclocked, Superb audio reproduction, Hybrid EFI bios with support for 3 TB drives
No support for integrated video. Uses a UEFI that resembles BIOS in looks and interaction. Lacks some of its competitors' design and usability features. No USB 3.0 bracket included.
Requires significantly more voltage at given clocks compared to other boards currently on the market, MOSFET cooling does not make proper contact with all MOSFETs, Limited drive connectivity compared to other products in the same price range, No provided
By PCStats on August 17, 2011
This is a review of the Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4-B3 motherboard which is equipped with a (new) 'B3'-stepping Intel P67 chipset. The Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4-B3 motherboard replaces the original Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4 model that was recalled due to the...80
By PC Mag on June 08, 2011
Gigabyte's "mainstream" motherboard using Intel's P67 Express chipset is nicely appointed and designed, but lacks the polish and the lower price necessary to put it over the top. Buy it...60
By techPowerUp! on May 10, 2011
The Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 impressed us straight out of the box. The new color scheme used by Gigabyte is significantly easier on the eyes in comparison to their previous product lines, and very truly adds to the overall feel of quality put into this...85
By X-bit Labs on April 25, 2011
In conclusion to our reviews we usually sum up everything by listing the product’s advantages and drawbacks. GigabyteGA-P67A-UD4-B3 mainboard has a lot of advantages. We have mentioned most of them in our today’s article, although if we were...-