Gigabyte X58A UD3R V2 Review

SiSoft Sandra

Gigabyte X58A UD3R Review

SiSoft Sandra

Processor Arithmetic

The processor tests of SiSoft Sandra demonstrate how pure they are. The Sabertooth 4.2GHz slots neatly between the 4GHz and 4.4GHz overclocks of the UD3R whilst the stock tests are as near as inseperable as you're likely to get.

 

Processor Multi-Media

In the Multi-Media tests their is clearly a limit of some sort reached at 4.2GHz with the extra 200MHz of the UD3R not leading to any significant improvement in results. At stock we're again inseperable. Let's move on.

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08-11-2010, 05:50:10

tinytomlogan
Gigabyte have updated their best selling UD3 motherboard with extra power-phases. Does it help it keep up with the best value boards?

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08-11-2010, 06:44:08

alienware
Fantastic stuff. I need not worry as if I ever go X58 then this is the board I shall get.

The original is an absolute legend and this one seems to make the design even better. And the price is sensational too.

This is the board that CPC gave a massively high score to saying that it made all of the models above it (in the Gigabyte range) redundant due to them being no better for functionality and that they came with loads of bolt on tat that didn't do anything.Quote

08-11-2010, 06:57:01

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post

Fantastic stuff. I need not worry as if I ever go X58 then this is the board I shall get.

The original is an absolute legend and this one seems to make the design even better. And the price is sensational too.

This is the board that CPC gave a massively high score to saying that it made all of the models above it (in the Gigabyte range) redundant due to them being no better for functionality and that they came with loads of bolt on tat that didn't do anything.
We'll soon see Ive got the UD7 V2 to do next Quote
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