Good price point.
Two PCIe slots with SLI/CrossfireX support.
Gorgeous PCB design.
Supports all LGA 1155 Intel processors.
3-way and 3- SLI way CrossFireX.
Excellent overclocking support.
Power saving features.
Good choice of components.
Excellent software bundle.
Low Motherboard Temperatures.
Sufficient amount of features for an average user.
Driver MOSFETs and VRD12 and 12-Phase Power design motherboard.
EFI code support (Support for 2.2TB drives).
Hybrid EFI BIOS doesn't include mouse support or full GUI functionality.
Subpar gaming benchmark scores
No additional brackets for additional ports.
Possibly wasted PCIe x1 slot.
Capacitors close to the socket.
By PCStats on August 16, 2011
In this review PCSTATS is testing the Intel P67-based Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4 motherboard. This is a mainstream ATX motherboard with a great set of workstation features and connectivity, all on a sleek matt-black PCB that looks fantastic in black...75
By Legit Reviews on March 02, 2011
The GIGABYTE P67A-UD4 proved to be another great motherboard from GIGABYTE! We saw performance numbers throughout our testing that impressed us! Given the overall performance of the GIGABYTE P67A-UD4 I would easily recommend it. If you are going to...-
By TechReaction.net on February 21, 2011
We like the Gigabyte P67A-UD4, and overall it strikes a great balance between the budget boards and the fully featured models. It’s obviously capable of great performance and would be a great foundation for a high powered gaming rig or...-
By PCPer on February 16, 2011
We'd like to thank our friends at Gigabyte for providing the P67A-UD4 for our review today. The expectations for this motherboard was very high, and the P67A-UD4 had some highs and lows we discussed throughout the entire article. Some of the high...-
By Ocaholic on February 02, 2011
General In our opinion the P67A-UD4 is a very good looking board. The design as well as the layout are definitely good. One thing we very much like is, that when you put a graphics card into the second PCI-Express x16 slot the connectors at the bottom...-
By TechTree on January 31, 2011
The Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4 is an excellent product and excels at performance and comes packed with features. It supports all the latest Intel Sandy Bridge processors based on socket LGA 1155 and can host up to 32 GB dual channel DDR3 memory at speeds up...70
By HardOCP on January 27, 2011
The Gigabyte P67A-UD4 is a very good motherboard but it is lacking in the newer BIOS and software overclocking features you can find on other motherboards. The BIOS is somewhat glitchy and a bit mush to use. Even without all the bells and whistles,...-
By Pro-Clockers on January 23, 2011
We have here another fine example of what Gigabyte is doing for the DIY computer building community. For either the gamer, enthusiast or overclocker the P67A-UD4 is a great motherboard that offers a lot in the form of features that are unique to...-
By AnandTech on January 20, 2011
After playing with both boards, I can only come to one conclusion – if it were my money, I would take the ASUS P8P67 Pro over the Gigabyte P67A-UD4. With the ASUS board, you are getting a detailed UEFI, an awesome auto-overclocking tool, better energy...-
By PC Pro on January 17, 2011
A solid board, but it fails to stand out thanks to a lack of unique, interesting features...67