Sandy Bridge and P67 Prices Revealed

Gigabyte P67 Motherboard Prices & Specifications

Sandy Bridge and P67 Prices Revealed

 

 

Gigabyte P67 Motherboard Prices & Specifications


We also learnt a little more about Gigabyte's P67 lineup as well as the pricing of each motherboard. As Gigabyte's P67 lineup is similar to other brands, it doesn't take a lot of effort to deduce the prices of other boards as well.

Gigabyte P67A-UD3 - £99.99

Sandy Bridge and P67 Prices Revealed

Features:
1. Onboard SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps to deliver impeccable data transfer speeds.
2. GIGABYTE Ultra Durable™ 3 design with 2x Copper PCB to provide the stability, reliability and longevity essential to meet the power needs of high-end processors and other components running today’s most demanding applications and games.
3. Unique GIGABYTE 3x USB Power design with On/Off Charge USB ports to offer faster battery charging for iPhone, iPad and iPod devices.
4. CrossFireX™ support for ultimate graphics performance
5. GIGABYTE patented DualBIOS™ technology delivering the highest level of failure protection.

Brief Specifications:

CPU Support: LGA 1155 Intel® 2nd Generation Core Processors
Chipset: Intel® 6-series Chipset
Memory:  4 DIMMs
Dual Channel DDR3 2200/2133/1600/1333/1066 / 800
Expansion slots: 1* PCI-e x16
1* PCI-e x4, 3* PCI-e x1
2* PCI
Storage:  4* SATA 3Gbps , 4* SATA 6Gbps
4* USB 3.0, 14* USB 2.0
Audio: 8-Channel Audio
LAN: 1* PCI-e GbE
Form Factor: ATX
Others: DualBIOS™, Ultra Durable™ 3, On/Off Charge, 3x USB Power,

 

So it would seem that entry level P67 boards are likely to be available from prices just shy of £100 inc VAT. Sadly you will have to pay a premium if you want a motherboard featuring Gigabyte's Matt Black theme. Regardless, the baby P67 of the range offers a feature set that caters to most people's needs. Do note however that you will be limited to 16x/4x CrossfireX.

Gigabyte P67A-UD4 - £149.99

Sandy Bridge and P67 Prices Revealed

Features:
1.    Industry’s leading 12 phase power design for maximum power delivery.
2.    Onboard SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps to deliver impeccable data transfer speeds.
3.    GIGABYTE Ultra Durable™ 3 design with 2x Copper PCB to provide the stability, reliability and longevity essential to meet the power needs of high-end processors and other components running today’s most demanding applications and games.
4.    Unique GIGABYTE 3x USB Power design with On/Off Charge USB ports to offer faster battery charging for iPhone, iPad and iPod devices.
5.    New Matte Black color PCB offering a stylish new outlook that blends itself to decoration and case mods.
6.    CrossFireX™ and Nvidia® SLIsupport for ultimate graphics performance
7.    GIGABYTE patented DualBIOS™ technology delivering the highest level of failure protection.

Brief Specifications:

CPU Support: LGA 1155 Intel® 2nd Generation Core Processors
Chipset: Intel® 6-series Chipset
Memory:  4 DIMMs
Dual Channel DDR3 1333 / 1066 / 800
Expansion slots: 2* PCI-e x16 ( 1x16 or 2x8)
3* PCI-e x1
2* PCI
Storage:  4* SATA 3Gbps , 4* SATA 6Gbps
4* USB 3.0, 14* USB 2.0

 

Audio: 8-Channel Audio
LAN: 1* PCI-e GbE
Form Factor: ATX
Others: DualBIOS™, Ultra Durable™ 3, On/Off  Charge, 3x USB Power,

 

 

The P67A UD4 brings a 12 Phase Power design, a Black PCB and also SLI support to the table. At £149.99, the more premium UD4 is priced similarly to the cheapest LGA1366 X58 motherboards, including Gigabyte's own X58 UD3R.

It is expected that there will also be a P67A UD3P motherboard that should bridge the price gap between the aforementioned products. If however you are only interested in Gigabyte's finest then please turn over...

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Most Recent Comments

09-12-2010, 03:42:50

T.A.K


Two glasses of water... "Is the glass half full or half empty?"





Technically the glass is ALWAYS full.

50% Air 50% water

100% air 0% water

0% water 100% air


=)

09-12-2010, 10:00:43

Xochielt


Technically the glass is ALWAYS full.

50% Air 50% water

100% air 0% water

0% water 100% air


=)



Technically is quite equal to "in reality".
But reality is the result of complex proceedings between observer and observed... and hence matter of opinion
blah!

09-12-2010, 10:27:07

lappy74
I like how this thread went from my room to discussing what is in the cup :P

09-12-2010, 10:37:19

Xochielt


I like how this thread went from my room to discussing what is in the cup :P



yeah... was quite off-topic ;-)

09-12-2010, 10:38:07

lappy74


yeah... was quite off-topic ;-)



Just a bit :P

05-01-2011, 17:54:46

LaurenceGough
Awesome looking rig :). It's good to know that the dust filter in my HAF X will work well :).

:P

05-01-2011, 18:03:06

lappy74
Yup :)
It's a brilliant case, some people hate the look of it, I personally love it! :)

05-01-2011, 18:22:01

LaurenceGough


Yup :)
It's a brilliant case, some people hate the look of it, I personally love it! :)




Same same! I was looking through the whole case market last month!

I look at those boring bland PC cases and think to myself, it looks the same as everyone else's even those at PC world lol... :lol:

HAF X is unique! Something you know means business lol..

06-01-2011, 05:00:46

Zeals


Same same! I was looking through the whole case market last month!

I look at those boring bland PC cases and think to myself, it looks the same as everyone else's even those at PC world lol... :lol:

HAF X is unique! Something you know means business lol..



You can always go crazy a mod a bland PC case to something that will make Alienwares and the HAF series look tame :P

07-01-2011, 12:48:04

lappy74


Same same! I was looking through the whole case market last month!

I look at those boring bland PC cases and think to myself, it looks the same as everyone else's even those at PC world lol... :lol:

HAF X is unique! Something you know means business lol..



Yeah I agree completely, I would've went with the NZXT Phantom but the draw back of it was that it had no side panel (i know i could've done one myself but I couldn't be bothered).
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