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Relatively low price.
Drastically improved UEFI over last generation.
Good overclocking potential.
Plenty of area around CPU for large heatsink.
Plenty of USB ports.
Onboard LED debug code, Power On/Off button and reset CMOS button.
SLI and CrossFire Support.
Ultra Durable 4.
DVI/VGA/HDMI on Rear I/O, mSATA Onboard.
Achieved our highest overclock (4.7GHz)
Missing some higher-end enthusiast-oriented features.
VIA USB controller performance is not the fastest.
Not compatible with all USB Mice.
Need for PS2 Keyboard for installation of OS.
Some Software Not Bundled.
Need for Extra Power Connector when using mSATA.
By Expert Reviews on February 24, 2013
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By APC Magazine on July 03, 2012
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By PC Mag on June 25, 2012
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By hardCOREware on June 15, 2012
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By CNET Australia on May 31, 2012
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 May 30, 2012
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By Bjorn3D on May 07, 2012
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By AnandTech on May 07, 2012
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By Hi Tech Legion on April 23, 2012
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