Gigabyte is always a company I look forward to seeing at CES and this year they did not disappoint! This year they were showcasing their latest Intel X79 boards, a new Assassin board, the Assassin 2 and their new AMD 990FX board. One thing that was really exciting was that they were showing boards based on Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge platform. Read on to check out all of what Gigabyte was showing this year at CES!
Today we have another great motherboard unboxing! This time it is of the Gigabyte Z68XP-UD4 Intel Z68 Motherboard. This is Gigabyte’s mainstream Z68 board and is loaded with features. Some of these features include a 16 Phase Power Design, switchable graphics with LucidLogix Virtu GPU Virtualization technology, Gigabyte’s Ultra Durable 3 technology, SATA 6GB/s & USB 3.0 and DDR3 memory up to 2133 MHz. Read on as we unbox the Z68XP-UD4 and go over some of its features.
People have been overclocking computer hardware for quite some time. Overclocking is not that hard at all, but to really get the highest achievable overclocks you need a motherboard that can take the punishment. Over the past 2 years we have seen efforts from many different manufacturers, but these efforts were targeted at 2 different demographics, overclockers and gamers. So you had all of these boards that had all the features that gamers and overclockers wanted, but what if you just wanted the overclocking features? Today we are taking a look at motherboard that gives you all of those overclocking features and cuts out all the extra “fat” that is not needed. This board has been designed from the ground up to be best overclocking motherboard for the X58 platform. The motherboard I am talking about is the X58A-OC from Gigabyte, let’s see how far we can push this board.
This year at CES, one of the biggest announcements was Gigabyte unveiling their G1-Killer Series motherboards. This new series of motherboards has gamers in mind with a Killer E2100 Dedicated network processing unit and Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Digital Audio Processor (20K2) on the motherboard itself! No need to go out and buy a Killer NIC or a dedicated sound card. These are the two features that stand out on the motherboard the most, but there are a quite a few others. Did I also mention this motherboard has an ammo clip on it? Read on to check it out!
With the release of the Sandy Bridge processors and Intel’s P67 chipset you may think that X58 systems are done with, but they are really not. If you are a hardcore gamer or PC enthusiast who wants to get the most out of their CPU the X58 platform is still your best bet. It is also the only platform to support triple channel memory and Intel’s Core i7 processors. The thing that holds many people back from getting a X58 system is the price of the components. Well Gigabyte knows this and has released the X58-USB3 board that is a lower-priced board that still has all the great features you want with an X58 setup. Let’s take a look…
Killer NIC maker Bigfoot Networks is having a really, really big week at CES 2011. The Austin, TX company announced January 5 a big deal with Gigabyte for a new line of gamer-oriented motherboards with embedded Killer E2100 NIC. It announced today, January 7, a similar deal with ASUS.
Gigabyte invited us over to the Venetian for their press conference. Unlike many press conferences that we have gone to this one was themed. Gigabyte went with a military war theme that actually was pretty cool. So why did Gigabyte go with this theme? It was to promote their new G1-Killer Gaming Series motherboards. So let’s see what these motherboards are all about and what Gigabyte has in store for 2011.
NVIDIA’s current lineup of graphics cards has the top performers like the newly released GTX 580 and the GTX 480 that has been out for some time now. These cards will give you top of the line performance, but will put a considerable dent in your wallet. If you are on a budget NVIDIA’s GTS 450 maybe be what you need to get yourself into the DirectX 11 game. This is NVIDIA’s lowest end DirectX 11 card. Today we will be looking at the GV-N450-1GI from Gigabyte which does offer a higher clock speed and better cooler than NVIDIA’s reference GTS 450 card. This card also will not break the bank as it can be found online for around $119. Let’s take a look…
Gigabyte has a full line of Intel X58 motherboards, today we will be taking a look at the X58A-UD5, which is much like the X58A-UD3R we reviewed back in February. The X58A-UD5 supports the latest Intel 6-core 32nm processors, features the latest generation of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology with super fast transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps, as well as Marvell’s new SE9128 chips for high-speed SATA 3.0 compatibility, delivering super fast 6Gbps link speeds. Other cool features like the 16 phase unlocked power design, dual power switching, USB charging support, and the Cloud OC and Hotkey OC are perfect for power users. Let’s take a look and see what all the X58A-UD5 has to offer.
Here’s a sneak peak at a few GIGABYTE 6 series motherboards that will support the new 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processors (codenamed Sandy Bridge). Along with information about some of the new boards, we also have box art and photos of many of the 6 Series motherboards. Read on to check it all out!
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