With the upcoming APUs on the way many motherboard manufacturers are launching their A88X chipset based FM2+ motherboards. Gigabyte announced its new FM2+ motherboard lineup supporting the forthcoming ‘Keveri’ AMD APUs with support for existing socket FM2 Trinity and Richland APUs.
In a recent interview at the ChinaJoy 2013 event, Gigabyte’s marketing department sales director Liu Mengzong revealed that Gigabyte may be preparing a new GeForce GTX 780 Super Overclock (SOC) graphics card. The Super Overclock series from Gigabyte is their top-of-the-line graphics offering aimed at extreme gamers and enthusiasts at the premium price range.
Are you looking for a budget efficient motherboard which can rightly fit your needs and at the same time comes with reasonable performance? Well, the waiting is over since Gigabyte has released just the same kind of motherboard for the users. Gigabyte’s new F2A75M-DS2 motherboard is compatible with socket FM2 AMD CPUs and APUs which also includes the newest Richland’s platform. The motherboard isn’t exactly targeted at the overclockers since it offers a moderately low end 4+1 phase VRM for the socket FM2 and memory. It also uses a Micro-ATX form factor.
ASRock was first then they were followed by ECS and now it looks like Gigabyte is joining the bunch by releasing a beta BIOS for its socket LGA1150 motherboards that are based on the H87 and B85 chipsets that will allow overclocking of Intel’s Core Haswell K-Series processors. Normally if you would want to overclock your K-Series CPU you would have to buy a Z87 motherboard, but with Gigabyte’s new beta BIOS you do not have to!
Gigabyte has just announced their premium GeForce GTX 760-based graphics card, which is the GV-N760OC-4GB or as most people will call it the GeForce GTX 760 4GB WindForce OC. The card comes with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and has a factory overclock of 1085 MHz core and 1150 MHz boost. The card also makes use of Gigabyte’s new WindForce 450W cooling solution that we have seen on many new Gigabyte GeForce 700 series parts.
NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 760 is set to launch tomorrow, but ahead of launch many non-reference models have been leaked. These models come from MSI, ASUS, Inno3D, Colorful, Zotac and Gigabyte! Many people are excited for these cards as they are targeted at users who want great gaming performance without breaking their wallet.
Gigabyte has announced another variant to its GeForce GTX 770 line of graphics card. This one is called the GeForce GTX 770 WindForce 3X OC, which is basically an overclocked version of the already released GeForce GTX 770 WindForce card. It features a factory overclock, a non-reference PCB, Gigabyte’s WindForce 3X cooler and 4GB of onboard memory.
Gigabyte will have a special OC Edition of the GeForce GTX 770 called the GeForce GTX 770 WindForce. The card will of course be overclocked, will use a custom 3-fan cooler and a non-reference PCB design. This card will of course deliver better performance than a reference and it has already been listed by Chinese retailers.
We have detailed many of Gigabyte’s upcoming Haswell motherboards. These have included the G1.Sniper 5 and G1.Sniper M5, Z87X-OC and the Z87X-UD4H. Those were the more high-end motherboards, but what about the value boards? Today we are detailing Gigabyte’s sub-$150 boards based on the Z87 Express and B85 Express chipsets. The boards we will be looking at are the Z87-UD3H, Z87-D3HP and the B85M-D3H.
Another one of Gigabyte’s upcoming Z87 motherboards has been detailed. We have already taken a look at the Z87 Killer boards, the Z87X-OC and now this time it is the mainstream Z87X-UD4H previewed by Overclock3D. The big thing you are going to notice about this board is that Gigabyte has gone with a new black and red theme like many other motherboard manufacturers including ASUS, MSI and ASRock.
Jul 08, 2014 0