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Rating: 8.67/10
With 24 User Reviews
Tegan
Rating:

Review Date: 08/29/13
Comment:
+ We're Driving 1080p Optoma Projector over HDMI+ We've effectively enjoyed Hulu , Motion pictures+ We've run many games in LAN-party style+ Linux Mint CD Set up worked like a champ ( Julia release) - No genuine dings on the gigabyte. ( Wish we would have shelled out ำ added for a case which would appear a lot more professional next to our Denon AMP ) Only tweak that I had to perform was to set the frame rate for the display to be 60Hz instead of default 30Hz.
Lluvia
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Review Date: 08/22/13
Comment:
Just add RAM and you have tiny HTPC. Plays HD video fine. A small quicker than an atom. The mobo runs on the warm side (in the mid 60's C). I ran Prime95 on this for a couple of hours with no case fan and it settled in at 68 degrees C. I ran the exact same process with the case fan on it still ran at 64 degrees C. The CPU fan is not silent; but, is acceptable for noise levels a couple of feet from the case. Great competitors for atom/ion boards; but, not worth the upgrade cost. If you are interested in silent ... go with the ASUS mobo.
Gay
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Review Date: 06/22/13
Comment:
Great HTPC board if you want to do all integration in one easy step. Plays most file formats with ease Drivers on CD are not up todate but other smart grerat. Would reccommend any person to purchase this if they program on developing a low spending budget pc cheap and productive.
Kyler
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Review Date: 06/22/13
Comment:
1. HDMI video and audio outputtwo. High speed USB connections3. 1 Gbps LAN connection4. Lots of SATA headers None so far. Installed in an HTPC application with a 1 GB SATA drive and DVD burner. Ubuntu ten.ten netbook is my OS. Performs great. Had to upgrade the Ubuntu drivers to the AMD video drivers but now every little thing operates great, such as the audio by means of HDMI. No challenges playing videos with VLC player--both from saved files and from DVD.
Edena
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Review Date: 03/24/13
Comment:
- Operates great in my use as an HTPC and so far every file has played flawlessly in XBMC.- Handles games from a handful of years ago and older great and far far better then any Integrated GPU I have ever dealt with prior to too.- Handles Minecraft Beta 1.3.- Super low energy, Even with two three.5 inch Tough Drives running and 1080p video playing the highest wattage at the wall was 43 watts. I am positive it would be greater if I had anything like a Pico Energy Provide. - No Cons at all for my sort of setup.- According to benchmarks I have study the technique can't deal with extremely high def video like the 120 fps frame rate needed for 3D. My projector is too old to assistance that anyway so it doesn't bother me. Haven't gotten to attempt out other items like USB3 however considering that I don't have any USB3 devices but.I actually like the Mini Bluetooth keyboard I separately got to go with it for HTPC use.
Ogden
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Review Date: 02/17/13
Comment:
Overclockable CPU/GPU,got the CPU to overclock at 1.92Ghz @ 1.35wGPU from 500mhz to 740mhzscored a 7100 points in 3dmark03Quite low energy usagehas a three pin to add a different fan, which I would suggest.Everything else just works the way I anticipated! Bios has alot of alternatives in there from tweaking the CPU,GPU,Ram,voltage and so on. Drivers have been easy to install. Didnt notice my ram on very first time in bios, manually changed that and it performs, not truly a con considering that I been spending some time in there anyways ;-).USB 3. ports dont function? I can plug my mouse and keyboard into those ports but my WD My Book isnt reconized? I tried other ports and they are fine...but slower. Other persons have complained about the temp, I added 2 incredibly quiet fan in a push/pull setup and my temp hovers around 40c to 50c. If they make any aftermarket cooper heatsinks I will get one particular asap!My setup,APEX MI-008 Black Steel Mini-ITX Towerthis moboG.Ability 4gb 1333mhz 龸-21ꈜgb WD Caviar blackI didnt notice any difference in 3dmark03 when allocating 512mb ram to 1024mb, just thought I would add that.Plays 1080p rips just fine, no stuttering. power USB devices when powered off is a nice function*Also you can only raise the FSB speed from one hundred (stock) to 120. Gaming, dont count on much...seriously
Erna
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Review Date: 01/04/13
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This is a update to preceding overview This is a update to prior critique Following taking apart the heat sink assembly i discovered that the space in between the processor contact plate and the actual heat-sink is only filled in with a modest drop of thermal paste. It turns out that most of the get in touch with surface location in between the plate and the actual heat sink does not even have thermal paste on it. Immediately after re-coating the entire surface of the make contact with plate with AC5 the temperatures dropped by five to 10 C.
Aram
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Review Date: 10/04/12
Comment:
Really decent overall performance for the dollars. It's rather responsive for something in this class. Very fantastic construction. Simple to perform with. Gigabyte does a amazing jobe of labelling and color coding anything on the method.If you want an e-350 board, this is a truly nicely built one particular. Drivers won't install. Running the AMD and ATI driver installation fails to detect an ATI video chipset. I suppose there's likely some hack or workaround to do it or possibly it'll be fixed in the next release, or perhaps it's a weird bug related to operating an OS that's only an RC correct now, but for now it just won't operate. It's stuck with the standard VGA driver. I stopped purchasing ATI merchandise about five years ago because the drivers had been universally terrible. I'd been told by a quantity of men and women that they really tended to be far more compliant than they ever used to be so I figured I'd give them an additional shot. Previous drivers that were kinda broken, but at least they'd install. I guess I need to have known far better. My operate technique exhibited related troubles, but I attributed that to possessing an ancient card that wasn't completely supported any longer. Guess not. I purchased this to replace an ATOM/ION program that I utilized to have a low-cost, low power, always-on home technique to use for VPN/RD/etc. I wanted anything with a tiny far more video punch and that I could use as a minimal-spec testbed. With no functioning video drivers, it's kind of useless for that.
Dolf
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Review Date: 09/10/12
Comment:
-Little-A lot of connectivity selections-Plays 1080p with out a shadow of a doubt utilizing DXVA-Quiet fan on stock heatsink -Can barely deal with installing windows updates! CPU utilization was hovering between 50-75% for the duration of Windows update routine soon after fresh install of win7 x64. In the course of .net 4. install, cpu was maxed out at times-Single channel memory controller-When paired with Antec 100 isk (N82E16811129095), the board did not fit over the MB standoffs appropriately, two screws ended up finding tightened at a slight angle. A second note is that the backplate did not line up properly. All ports were still accessible. One final note, if you use the very same case I did for the HTPC install, be quite careful when installing the motherboard and have patience. It was a discomfort, but it can be completed. I can verify DXVA utilization. CPU usage hovers about 30-40%. With no DXVA this point can not play 1080 content with out maxing cpu which results in lost frames. I use gigabit lan not wireless. Unraid server shops motion pictures. They are pulled more than wired lan. MPC processes video even though ffdshow sends audio to receiver. Even my wife noticed a distinction in video/audio top quality inside the initial 15 mins of our initial test film (Cars).--Media server=unraid by lime technologiesMedia Player setup:-Media player classic house cinema x86, --internal matroska filter unchecked as well as ac3/dts/lpcm--EVR custom pres with default selections-FFdshow x86(tryouts) processes audio and passes it via to the receiver over Spdif/toslink-ONLY display driver was installed not the complete CCC suite.Runs like it should to my relief. I hate reading "reviews" on the web and then "learning" about surprises when I get the actual item. Hope this assists...
Hye
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Review Date: 08/25/12
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Great, properly place-togher board. Low power consumption, leading notch IGP for the processor, HDMI output, USB 3. Can't play back some streaming media smoothly. I purchased this board for an HTPC. I thought it would be ideal based on the testimonials out on the net (techreport, and so forth); low power consumption, and enough oomph for media playback and light gaming. There is a lot to like about the E-350 APU, but sadly, it's just not rather adequate to be a properly rounded media machine.It plays ripped DVD's just fine. On the other hand, I do a lot of streaming (Netflix, Youtube, ESPN2, CBSSports, etc). When streaming the 720p version of "Cloudy with a opportunity of meatballs" streamer from youtube, it doesnt play it very smoothly in IE8 & 9, but plays fine in Firefox four. Far more damningly, though streaming two NCAA males's b-ball games from cbssports, the game stream would stutter every ten-15 seconds, and several of the commercials would stutter badly. Netflix HD seemed to be hit and miss.This leads me to the conclusion that media codecs mean a LOT as to regardless of whether this will play the media nicely, and when streaming, you can't control that. RMA'd to Newegg today.
Noah
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Review Date: 07/18/12
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Idles at ㅚ watts, ㅟw playing 1080p h.264 by way of XMBC (ㅇ-30 cpu, 805MB ram usage), slightly faster than atom/ion ƕ-ten%), Youtube 1080p flash plays smoothly now with adobe ten.two. Youtube HD and smoother net browsing is a ++ Still stutters when playing 1080p h.264 videos via MPC or VLC. Nevertheless desires XMBC hardware acceleration like the ion to play smoothly. Gigabyte E-350 (Zacate)Seagate XT 500gbtwo x 1.5TB Seagate LPtwo x 4GB G.Ability ECO 1066MHz @ 1.3vLite-on Multi-Drive***Asus Atom 330/Ion with identical config. but with 1.65v ram. I also have N550/Ion2 Netbook and very first gen Atom 230 itx when intel release mobo.Purchased this hoping it could out perform the Atom/Ion in video playback. Used about 5 watts less than my Atom. Atom/Ion OC 2GHz idled @ ㅠw, played 1080p @ ㅤ-46w. It may be because of my 1.3v ram vs my 1.65v and OCed. I would say the CPU is about five-ten% quicker than a D525. Graphic wise it would be equivalent to an Ion two. HD 6310 would be faster in some cases and vice versa. **Use a power efficient psu and you'll notice about ㅇ-20w distinction. Every little thing is measured with Kill-A-Watt. Mobo, 1 standard tough drive, and ram only = ㅐ-26w idle. Boot with non effective psu = ㅠ-44w idle (Mobo,1 Hard D., Ram). Overall if you have an Atom/Ionǘ it is not a large upgrade. If you don't have a low power Pc however, get this over the At
Lester
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Review Date: 07/17/12
Comment:
Great all in one HTPC board obtainable. Incorporates OC capability. - Runs as well hot, Idles @ 59° C I place a 120 mm fan on the side panel vent that is above the heat sink and it dropped the temp by 10°C. Come on Gigabyte would it kill you to place a slim 60 mm fan right on leading of the heat sink rather of the puny 40 mm decoration that is there right now?
Enid
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Review Date: 06/17/12
Comment:
Peppy processor with a capable GPU. Perfect for a HTPC setup and common web browsing. Have connected with blue-ray drive functions great. Price Runs smoth with windows 7 home premium and 2gb 1066 ram.
Keisha
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Review Date: 06/13/12
Comment:
This is a effective tiny board and does an outstanding job. When you install the Gigabyte utilities, you get the gdrv.sys file which can cause Windows 7 to fail. Just don't install the Gigabyte utilities and you'll be fine.
Cashlin
Rating:

Review Date: 12/28/11
Comment:
Integrated Graphics, Directx 11, USB three, 1080p, Dual Bios. It made a perfect HTPC. The Mobo fit incredibly good in the Antec Case. For 跻 I built a wonderful small HTPC that can do a lot more than set top boxes! Uses quite little energy. Had a driver concern when attempting to install Win7, it didn't want to recognize the CD drive. Had to mount it to a thumb drive for install. My setup:- Antec ISK 300-65 Black- G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB ƒ x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL-Western Digital Scorpio Black WD2500BEKT 250GB 7200 RPM two.5" SATA -SAMSUNG CD/DVD Burner Black SATA Model SN-S083F/BEBE
Marco_A@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/27/11
Cons: none

Pros: QuietCheapWorks good as a HTPC
Comment:
Used this motherboard for my HTPC build:Gigabyte GA-E350NKingston SSDNow V100 Series 64GBSeagate Barracuda ST31000524AS 7200.12 1TBKingston HyperX KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX 8GBApex MI-008 MINI-ITX CaseMSI Btoes 2.1 Bluetooth Micro DongleLG BH12LS38 12X Blu Ray RewriterASUS PCE-N15 300Mbps 802.11B/G/N Wireless PCI-EQuiet, cheap, plays 1080p mkv and flash videos flawlessly.
Joann
Rating:

Review Date: 12/22/11
Comment:
Looks great and has the name. Very first board sent was missing a bios. Replacement board would freeze in the course of bios boot up. Return shipping took forever. When I was in a position to have the pc operating it kept operating at 61 degrees C. Heatsink and fan are too small to get rid of heat effectively you must have a second fan. Gigabyte has made many fine products but this is not one of them. Only thing that should come with this setup is a box of shells and a modified clay pigeon tosser.
Devaki
Rating:

Review Date: 12/18/11
Comment:
1. Good board layout - all cabling to the board was accessible in a FOXCONN RS-233 case2. Lots of connectivity possibilities - 8 Channel Audio connections a big plus for me. 3. Low power 4. Video playback is wonderful! No studdersŏ. Quiet!!!! USB three. ports on the back don't seem to perform at the moment. I may require to check the bios and set them properly to USB 2., USB 2. ought to be backwards compatible. Set this up on as an HTPC, utilizing FOXCONN's RS233 case, OCX Vertex two 120gb SSD HD, and two - 4GB Mushkin DDR3. At very first set this up on Windows XP media center OS, but some of the drivers on the CD choked and would not install. (Ethernet and ATI Video)Re-installed the pc in Windows 7 with no other alterations, and the installation of drivers from the CD went smooth as silk. This little pc runs something I throw at it. Windows media center, XBMC, and also Mediaportal. I am also using an external Hauppauge USB tuner and it records Tv and shows live television flawlessly by means of windows media center. Does every little thing I want it too, uses subsequent to no power, so i can leave it on all day
Xinavane
Rating:

Review Date: 11/26/11
Comment:
quiet, runs cool, effective video processor, HDMI out capable of smooth 1080p video playback from tv tuner card. value a bit high, BIOS not completed, wants P4 12V connector from the power provide, which precludes you from utilizing the basic picoPSU which I occurred to acquire for it. All miniITX boards I applied worked fine with simple picoPSU- not this 1.HDMI audio restricted to stereo. Have to use analog outs or optical for multichannel audio. It serves as dedicated HTPC with a dual tuner Hauppage tuner card. But at 1st it would not boot with the card in the slot. I pretty much sent the tuner card back, but then I decided to try it in a different personal computer and it worked fine there. Soon after searching Google I discovered someone with the similar dilemma- he emailed Gigabyte and got a prerelease BIOS that solved the difficulty. He thankfully posted it for download and it confident fixed the dilemma for me. The laptop or computer booted and the tuner card works excellent with no additional software necessary. The computer handles 1080i signals from the cable fine. I downloaded newest video driver and the scan manage had to be adjusted because the 1080p picture was operating outside of the screen. The included video driver didn't have scan control, but with the tweak it all looks pretty excellent.
Lars
Rating:

Review Date: 08/26/11
Comment:
VGA, DVI, & HDMI outputs. USB3 ports. Runs cool, in spite of becoming crammed in an Antec ISK-100 SFF case (APU temp does not break 40C even after 2 hour+ gaming bout). Fan is nearly silent. APU is capable of playing all 1080P file formats I've thrown at it without having concern. 1080P trailers on YouTube utilize ㅖ% of the APU. Moderate productivity multitasking (e.g. 500MB+ PPT, numerous PDFs, 20+ FF tabs, couple XL windows, couple Word windows, mp3 playback) is smooth and lag/stutter cost-free. Left four Dead two at 1333x768 is stutter-free of charge on medium settings (mid 20s FPS). Cost. Still much less high-priced than most (all?) Atom/Ion mini-ITX boards, but could be บ-20 less costly I suppose. WEI results:CPU: three.8 (note the W7 CPU benchmark is not genuinely optimized for multiple cores)RAM: five.7Graphics: 4.Gaming graphics: five.6Primary difficult disk: five.9Super PI to a million digits: 47 secondsPassMark CPU Mark: 832.three2D Graphics Mark: 127.13D Graphics Mark: 203.5Bottom line: there is no longer any reason whatsoever to purchase an Atom/Ion board. Zacate is more effective, uses less energy, and is competitively priced.
Cordero
Rating:

Review Date: 07/27/11
Comment:
Tiny form factorUSB three.Solid CapacitorLow Energy ConsumptionFor day to day computing I can barely tell the distinction in between this platform and my AMD 1055T machine. The only con would be the cost in comparison to "some" of the other e350 boards but it is still a better value over the cheapest Zacate board considering the USB 3. and Solid capacitors. I'm incredibly impressed with the performance of this board and the E-350/Hudson-M1 platform in general. Even though I only intended to use this board for a low power everyday computer I am able to play games such as Doom three, Bioshock two and Street Fighter four (with the right settings of course). Also the fan on the heatsink is quite quiet. I barely notice it on at all. My case fan and hard drive are noticeably a lot more audibleI highly advise purchasing a PicoPSU, nMEDIAPC HTPC 1080iP or a case with super efficient power supply such as the Antec ISK-300-65 for maximum efficiency. I've observed some power consumption test with some incredible outcomes.nMEDIAPC HTPC 1080iP 14 Idle 23 MaxThermaltake Element Q 200W 39 Idle 52 MaxMy methodGIGABYTE GA-E350N-USB3 AMD E-350G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB ƒ x 2GB) DDR3 1333 Seagate 250GB 3.five SATA Hard driveFull sized Optical DVD BurnerPicoPSU-120 with 120W power brick/adapter
Rahzel@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/11/11
Cons: seems to run a little warm

Pros: Low power consumptionUSB 3.0Decent onboard graphicsGreat brandSmall form factorDTS-HD MA/TrueHD bitstreaming capabilities
Comment:
This is a great start to a budget HTPC. It's really quiet, small and energy efficient. Plays 1080p without any issues and also bitstreams HD audio.Obviously not a gaming machine, but works as a HTPC or basic computer.Idle temperature reads ~68c (room temp 25c) with the stock thermal paste. That seems warm but apparently up to 95c is safe.At stock voltage, my belkin watt meter reads ~36-37w idle and ~42-43w while playing 1080p video with DXVA hardware acceleration.Considering it's capabilities, I think the price is fair. This review was modfied by poster @ 07-22-11 01:26 AM
Shahid@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/13/11
Cons: A bit pricey right now, but not by alot.

Pros: Good low power CPU and GPU (APU) USB3 and SATA3, DDR3... probably some more 3's
Comment:
Got this to replace my Ion ITX board for my HTPC. Much better performance for HD video than an Ion. Although many would have you believe its only a little faster than an atom, i find it to be significantly faster. who knows, maybe its the ddr3, or the chipset. All i know is, its faster. Win 7 on an atom is unbearable. With this, its smooth sailing. 1080p mkv's are like butter, and no horrible tearing and pixelating issues like i had with the Ion. All in all, a great board and i wouldn't hesitate making another HTPC out of one.
ryksun@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/22/11
Cons: - only moderately better than a dual core atom- price

Pros: - solid board, feels - good graphic performance
Comment:
Overall pleased with this board, the graphics capabilities are excellent but the cpu feels sluggish in some tasks. Faster than a dual core atom but not by much.This board has a solid build and doesn't feel flimsy.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand GIGABYTE
Model GA-E350N-USB3
Combo Type Motherboard/CPU Combo
Bundle
CPU AMD E-350 (1.6GHz, Dual-Core)
With Cooler Yes
Supported CPU
CPU Type AMD Zacate
Chipsets
North Bridge AMD Hudson-M1 FCH
Memory
Number of Memory Slots 2240pin
Memory Standard DDR3 1333(OC)/1066
Maximum Memory Supported 8GB
Expansion Slots
PCI Express x16 1 x PCI Express x16 slot, running at x4
(The PCIEX4 slot conforms to PCI Express 2.0 standard.)
Storage Devices
SATA 4 x SATA 6.0Gb/s
Onboard Video
Onboard Video Chipset AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics
Onboard Audio
Audio Chipset Realtek ALC892
Audio Channels 8 Channels
Onboard LAN
LAN Chipset Realtek 8111E
Max LAN Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
Rear Panel Ports
PS/2 1 x PS/2 keyboard/ mouse port
Video Ports D-Sub + DVI
HDMI 1 x HDMI
USB 1.1/2.0 4 x USB 2.0
USB 3.0 2 x USB 3.0
S/PDIF Out 1 x Optical
Audio Ports 6 Ports
Onboard USB
Onboard USB 4 x USB 2.0
Physical Spec
Form Factor Mini ITX
Dimensions 6.7" x 6.7"
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 3 years limited
Labor 3 years limited
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