Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H Review


Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H Review


Starting with AIDA64  we can see that at stock there is very little difference between the Intel reference board and the UD5H. Of course the overclock gives a handy boost indeed as it really unlocks the extra power available from the 22nm chip.

The Memory scores are obviously jaw-dropping. 28GB/s is nothing to be sniffed at, even if it isn't quite the quantum leap ahead of the 2133MHz kit we tested the P8 with. It's plenty fast enough though.

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Most Recent Comments

23-04-2012, 13:25:18

Nice review Quote

23-04-2012, 14:47:35

Just FYI, we have 15 free Antec Kuhler 620 Liquid Water CPU Coolers left with this board -!+?productId=49181Quote

23-04-2012, 15:20:23

Another good review though I'm not sure IB was worth your (plural) time! I was so hoping that the early reports of heat and similar overclock outputs would be wrong but alas there is very little to pick between these 1155 chips.Quote

23-04-2012, 16:35:07

Nice review mate!

I've got my Z77X-UD5H sitting in my Cooler Master Cosmos 2 & it looks very small lol...

Just waiting on Ivy Bridges to hit Aussie shores and i can boot it up =DQuote

24-04-2012, 11:09:27

^^ Bet you can't wait. Am I right in saying that this board is in direct competition with the P8Z77 deluxe from Asus?Quote

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