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Attractive new Black and Gold design.
High Performance component heatsink design.
Smart Dual LAN.
USB 3.0, Turbo XHD easy RAID setup.
3x USB Power Boost.
On/Off Charge for iPod/iPad and other devices.
3way SLI/CrossFireX via NVIDIA NF200 chip.
Phenomenal Overclocking potential.
Low Motherboard Temperatures.
No UEFI .
No USB 3.0 adapters.
Capacitors close to the socket.
By TechSpot on April 15, 2011
It's worth noting that Gigabyte hosts an extensive range of P67 motherboards that start at $100 up to the $330 of the P67A-UD7. The P67A-UD4 that we briefly evaluated in our original Sandy Bridge review is a very good option for $190, and is a happy...
By Hi Tech Legion on February 24, 2011
There is a lot to be said about the looks of the GA-P67A-UD7. First and foremost is the black and gold design that is starkly different from the candy blue and white theme of the previous Gigabyte motherboards. It is also quite elegant with the...
By FutureLooks on February 01, 2011
One of the things that impresses me most about the GIGABYTE P67A-UD7 over the previous generation platforms is the seemingly more aggressive BIOS and quicker boot times. While it would have been nice to see some UEFI BIOS action, the hybrid version...
By TechReaction.net on January 27, 2011
he Gigabyte P67A-UD7 performed very well, and we certainly would not talk anybody out of the decision to buy one. There are many desirable features on the UD7, and there were quite a few aspects which we preferred over the MIVE. For this we say well...
By Maximum PC on January 27, 2011
If there’s one thing we know about Gigabyte, it’s that the mobo maker loves USB 3.0. We mean, it loves USB 3.0. How much? The company has been pushing USB 3.0 as its number one feature for a while now, and this tact has apparently worked....
By Ocaholic on January 22, 2011
Generally spoken we can recommend the Gigabyte P67A-UD7 to any gamer, overclocker or enthusiast who's willing to pay a bit more for a high quality motherboard that in return comes with astonishing looks, good performance and a lot of...
By HardOCP on January 20, 2011
The Gigabyte P67A-UD7 is great performing motherboard. It is lacking the new BIOS features found on the ASUS and MSI motherboards. The Gigabyte P67A-UD7 is also lacking any sort of a appreciable desktop overclocking software which is welcomed when...
By Motherboards.org on January 19, 2011
Today’s launch of the Sandy Bridge CPU family and P6 series of motherboard chipsets is a major change in the marketplace with virtually every performance and mainstream user will be purchasing this combination if they are going for a new...
By Overclock3D on January 14, 2011
It wont surprise anyone to discover that here at OC3D we're very high on the Gigabyte P67A-UD7.Let's start with the obvious. It's a stunner. We just don't tire of looking at it and can't imagine that you do either. Although black and...
By Bjorn3D on January 05, 2011
The GIGABYTE P67A-UD7 motherboard looks like an excellent board for hard core gamers and overclockers. The overall motherboard has a very clean and high-quality design which represents GIGABYTE’s Ultra Durable 3 motherboards really well. We can...
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