Gigabyte F2A85XM-D3H Review

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As you'd expect from such a small, and cheap, motherboard the D3H is lacking refinement almost everywhere. It's not to say that it's an ugly thing, but it's utilitarian. Everything is roughly where you'd expect, and does the job it's supposed to. It just does it without any flair or style. Even the SATA ports are vertical.

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Despite its compact nature though, Gigabyte have packed a load of connection options onto the little D3H. There isn't much missing that you would expect to find. If you consider this is aimed squarely at the internet/social media/very-light-gaming brigade, then it wants for nothing. We'd love to see a few more USB ports, but you can never have too many of those.

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31-03-2013, 08:22:28

The AMD-based D3H has all the potential to be a pocket powerhouse. Today we find out if it is.

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31-03-2013, 08:44:13

What an ugly pcb !!!Quote

31-03-2013, 10:47:49

I think it's good to see an AMD setup performing closer to Intel. True you might not be able to get the neatest of setups, but it might be good for someone new to gaming and custom PCs.Quote

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