Gigabyte Z77X-UP4 TH Review

wPrime95 and Unigine

Gigabyte Z77X-UP4 TH Review

wPrime

The many calculations involved in obtaining a wPrime95 score makes full use of both CPU clockspeed and memory bandwidth. The good-but-not-great results we have seen in the memory tests, when coupled to the slightly lower overclock, mean that the UP4 is in the middle of the pack.

Unigine Heaven

The always testing Unigine Heaven benchmark highlights how the UP4 TH is not quite at the cutting edge of graphical performance, as we saw with PC Mark Vantage. Let us finish up with 3D Mark to see if this stays true throughout.

 

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20-08-2012, 10:40:49

tinytomlogan
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...113842857l.JPG

Today we have the latest Gigabyte Z77X UP4 TH on our test bench. How does it perform?


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20-08-2012, 13:10:52

dugdiamond
you get what you pay for
and for the £££££'s this fairs well

22-08-2012, 04:19:15

dotems
I'm curious are the heatsinks one solid piece or can you remove the grey and blue strips a separate part of metal and if so how are they connected. It would be awesome if you could take them off and paint the grey strips yourself yourself.

04-09-2012, 09:43:43

Ylaana
Are there any plans to review the UP5 TH?

30-12-2012, 07:10:09

noproblem
Thanks for the review Bryan!

I am seriously considering buying this board; however, I am little concerned about the height of the heat sinks that surround the CPU socket.

I have bought a Thermalright Archon SB-E and due itsí 155mm length, it will overhang / foul the very top heat sink.

The clearance from between the base of the cooler to the first fin is 42.55mm. Does anyone know the height of the top two heat sinks on the board?

Does the Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E used in the review overhang the heat sinks (length 147mm)? If so, I might be in the clear because the Silver Arrow SB-E has a height of 40.87mm.

Any reply would be very much appreciated!
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