Gigabyte Z77MX-D3H Review

wPrime95 and Unigine

Gigabyte Z77MX-D3H Review

wPrime 95

It's pretty clear by now that the overclocked testing on the UD5 had some issues due to the time constraints involved. Despite giving up 200MHz in a test that is nearly all about pure speed, the D3H pulls ahead of the UD5.


Unigine 0xAA

When we introduced the Unigine test to the motherboard side of things, this was exactly why we did so. Although the resolution is high, just above 1080P, the lack of anti-aliasing should help the CPU to shine more than be purely about the graphics card involved. The HD4000 unquestionably hasn't enough 'go' to be anything other than a pretty slide-show, but the overclock result is just edged by the faster clock on the UD5. Nothing gets near the HD7970 + Lucid MVP scores though.

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Most Recent Comments

27-04-2012, 05:28:16


If you're after a smaller motherboard than the standard size ones, the Z77MX-D3H from Gigabyte could be right up your street.

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27-04-2012, 05:37:24

link is broken fixed link

moving on..... awesome mobo for the priceQuote

27-04-2012, 08:06:56

The light blue and white are awful coloursQuote

28-04-2012, 17:44:55

Wicked price Quote

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