Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H

  • Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
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Based on 10 scores, 41 reviews available
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    4
  • Good:
    6
  • Average:
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Pros:

  • Relatively low price.
  • Drastically improved UEFI over last generation.
  • Good overclocking potential.

Cons:

  • Missing some higher-end enthusiast-oriented features.
  • VIA USB controller performance is not the fastest.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Expert Reviews on 80

Decent performance and expansion options, but you can get the same range of features for less elsewhere...

By APH Networks on

According to Wikipedia, social determinants of health are "the economic and social conditions –- and their distribution among the population –- that influence individual and group differences in health status". It probably is not terribly surprising...

By Real World Labs on

In Its price range the Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H is a stand out product. It comes with a host of impressive features both on the hardware and software level and it has performance that is on average 6% faster than motherboards that don’t increase the Turbo...

By APC Magazine on 80

While the Gigabyte G1 series has made a big splash in the enthusiast market, arguably Gigabyte’s most improved board is the more conservative UD3H.The UD3H has an impressive feature set, including four DIMM slots capable of supporting 32GB of...

By uk.hardware.info on

In April we published a round-up of 20 motherboards with Z77 chipsets compatible with the new Intel Ivy Bridge processors. Those CPUs weren't available yet at the time so we had to do the tests with the previous generation Sandy Bridge processors....

By hardwareasylum.com on 80

A large market for any motherboard maker is the midrange and industrial sectors. These sectors concern themselves less with overclocking features and more about getting the best bang for their buck. This market is extremely fierce too with big money...

By HotHardware on

We've already covered all of the juicy details of Intel’s Z77 chipset and put a few motherboards through their paces, but there are so many manufacturers with killer boards available based on the chipset, that it’d be a crime if we didn’t round up...

By PC Mag on 80

The Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H doesn’t give you all the bells and whistles you get with pricier Ivy Bridge motherboards, but you get quite a bit for your money nonetheless....

By hardCOREware on

s If you have read this review in its entirety (thanks! It’s good to know my efforts aren’t going to waste!), you probably said to yourself “that doesn’t belong on a $160 motherboard!”. At least that’s what I found myself saying often. The more time I...

By HardOCP on

Gigabyte is one of the more well known computer centric hardware manufacturers in the world, delivering a wide variety of products, but they are usually known first and foremost for their motherboards. Among their offerings is the Z77X-UD3H, which will...

By custompcreview.com on

From what we've seen today, it's pretty clear that Gigabyte's Z77X-UD3H is a big improvement from what we've seen from older generation boards. A couple of months ago, Gigabyte was the underdog in the move towards UEFI. While major motherboard...

By CNET Australia on

The UD3H is the perfect all-rounder. It ticks the boxes for gamers, the mainstream, overclockers and with its mSATA slot, maybe even the low-profile crowd or those who need caching drives....

By Pro-Clockers on

I knew that I was going to like the GigabyteZ77X-UD3H from the first thing I fired it up. The reason that I knew this was because it was able to run my G.Skill 2400MHz memory without an issue. This was something the Asrock Z77 Extreme6 was not able...

By TechReaction.net on

Well let us consider what this board offers: Buttons, test points, post reader, Dual Bios… It was covered! What was not covered is Virtu MVP. It was used in most of the graphics benchmarks and it makes a big difference. At times we have to pick and...

By bjorn3d.com on 85

Being a mainstream board, the GIGABYTE Z77X-UD3H is packed with some neat features that we often find on more expensive boards. Features such as onboard Clear CMOS button, Power On/Off button, onboard LED debug code, voltage contact points, and Dual...

By AnandTech on

So we have survived one of the biggest days of the year for all things computer performance related - the release of Intel's new Ivy Bridge processor. It replaces Sandy Bridge in the landscape of all things processor related, with Ivy Bridge...

By Hi Tech Legion on

After an initial balk at going 100% Digital (Power VRM/PWM) Gigabyte has finally jumped on board full circle with their line up of Z77 chipset, 7-Series, and Intel 3rd Generation Core Series compatible motherboards. They are also using a new color...

By LanOC Reviews on 80

and FVThe Z77X-UD3H is the cheapest Z77 board that we have received in to test so when looking at it and comparing it to the Intel board we wrote about this morning we have to keep in mind that price difference. At first glance when going over all of...

By uk.hardware.info on

We will have to wait another couple days for Intel's third generation Ivy Bridge processors, but the related Z77 motherboards are officially available since last weekend. So, what's new and what's different about this new 7 series? A lot of information...

By Pureoverclock on

Gigabyte has a solid reputation in motherboard selection for many years. There products range from the enthusiast to the budget seeker. You just cannot go wrong with their product. Quality and long term performance has always been their forte’ and...