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Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H ATX LGA1155 Z77DDR3 3PCI-E16 3PCI-E1 HDMI CrossFireX/SLI SATA3 USB3.0 Motherboard
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Rating: 9/10
With 24 User Reviews

Review Date: 02/19/13
Cons: Clunky UEFI Boot Options

Pros: Easy to install, great looking board
Unlike other boards I've used, this one is a little annoying when it comes to booting from GPT/UEFI-enabled OSes.For example, a USB stick with a UEFI-compatible Linux LiveCD image doesn't show up in the boot menu right away. Instead, you have to enter the UEFI setup, exit, then go to the boot menu again immediately - then it shows up.Also, it lacks a built-in UEFI shell, which limits what .efi executables you can load without using something like rEFInd.

Review Date: 01/21/13
Cons: None so far

Pros: Loads of features included at a good price
Bought this to pair with a 3770 & 16gb of G.Skill ram, completely impressed with how stable it is out of the box. I have done absolutely 0 tweaking aside from boot options and enabling the XMP profile for the RAM and the system just hums along without issue.I read lots of reviews and threads about this board while shopping around, and had the "fixes" for the "common" issues reported with it ready to go. Absolutely nothing was required. I don't know if the bootloop/standyby audio drop  out/usb3 issues some people seem to get really are rare, or if everything was ironed out with Rev1.1 of the board, but mine is rock solid stable.An excellent board for anyone looking for lots of features for a good price with great stability.

Review Date: 12/17/12
Cons: Many of the earlier BIOS editions had widely reported teething problems. Am cautiously optimistic, despite an initial hiccup trying to install W7 to 256gb mSATA (see below).

Pros: industry leading in features/price ratio
W7 (64) doesn't want to install on the mSATA, saying the drive or SATA connection (I forget the message) doesn't support WIndows installation and to consult the manufacturer. Googled for hours but cannot find anything re: UD5H and using its mSATA as a boot drive. Yes I realize it will run at SATA2 speeds, but I want to give it a try anyway. Before installing OS on something else and checking if this mSATA drive is borked (the bios sees it fine), has anyone here been able to install W7 on an mSATA on the UD5H? Is there a setting in the bios I need to change to allow OS install on the mSATA? There is nothing in the UD5H manual.

Review Date: 11/11/12
Cons: Some of the ugly orange lights inside don't turn off..Didn't detect memory timings correctly. Had to set them manually

Pros: Tons of USB3 and SATA3 portsmSATA portEasy to overclock withExcellent onboard audio
I've had no problem whatsoever overclocking with this motherboard. Took a few tries to get the voltage just right, but it's been stable ever since. I actually enjoy using the front audio ports on my case now. I couldn't stand to use these on my old motherboard due to excessive buzzing.3570k o 4.4 GHz, 1.160V

Review Date: 11/06/12
Cons: Gigabyte Support keep resending the same busted motherboard

Pros: has allot of sata ports, it was ok when it actually worked.
I got this board back in june of 2012.after a month of use ram slot 3 went bad, computer will freeze if ram is in that slot. i have sent the motherboard 3 times and they keep resend it back with out being fix.. 2 local computer shops said that my ram is ok and that slot 3 is defective.. the computer will no boot or blue screen of death. its now 5 months later and still no computer, I am forced to buy a new motherboard.motherboard 180$ + 60$ rma shipping + 90$ in computer store =330$i will never buy a gigabyte product again!

Review Date: 10/11/12
Cons: None

Pros: Excellent Build QualityPlenty of SATA, USB portsStable overclock
Excellent Build QualityPlenty of SATA, USB portsStable overclockI've owned this for about 2 weeks. It has not had a single crash, all ports are working correctly without malfunction. My 3570k is currently sitting at 4.0 GHZ with a hyper 212 evo. Idles around 30 degrees, load barely reaches 60 degrees.Overall very happy with my purchase

Review Date: 09/10/12
Cons: Bit too pricey, ram could be a teensy bit further from the CPU socket.

Pros: pretty, stable, plenty of passive cooling, easy to OC, plethora of bells and whistles.board is well spaced for the most part.
Great board to work with. Has just about any connection you could want, with an ivy bridge CPU it'll handle 3 way crossfire or SLI. Has an mSATA port so you can install a boot drive SSD. The heatsinks around the board will help keep the board cool when it's OC'd as long as you have a well ventilated case.most components are spaced very well, and this next complaint is partially my fault as well. When using corsair Vengeance RAM and a corsair A50 Cooler, the ram heat spreader of the first slot is snug up against the bottom of the CPU cooler. Had I used RAM with a smaller heat spreader it would have been perfectly ok, but should that stick of ram need to come out, the cooler has to come off as well.

Review Date: 08/26/12
Cons: Bios firmware updates needed for full audio support

Pros: Solid motherboardUser friendly biosSports a great set of features
This is a great motherboard overall. At such a great price you get a solid motherboard that supplies the necessities to get your rig up and running for normal operations, and overclocking for the casual overclocker.I managed to run a dual boot system with Windows 7 on one disk, and Mac (hackintosh) on the other.I didn't hit any obstacles except for one of the audio ports, which seems to be a core problem with the motherboards firmware (?), which was promised to be fixed in an upcoming update. Otherwise, its highly recommended..

Review Date: 08/08/12
Cons: - None

Pros: - Stable and reliable- Nice BIOS features- Included a nice I/O shield- Black colour scheme
I bought this with an Intel i5 3570K and this would be my second Gigabyte motherboard. It is very well built and the included accessories are of high quality. Works well with overclocking and stable as a rock.

Review Date: 07/25/12
Cons: none...

Pros: Great layoutDual biosPower buttonBuild Quality
Great mobo, hands down one of the best! Upgraded from EP45-UD3P and Intel E8400 to This mobo and an i5 3570k. Have not done any overclocking but seems to work well. Bios update  was a breeze and worked like a charm. Love the PCB that this thing is made out of, looks good, and yet again another killer product from Gigabyte. Awesome mobo for the price and tonns of features that im sure I will never use, but good to have anyhow.Compatabilit yto do SLI x-fre make this a must have for a gamer, or any overclockers out there. I have read reviews and this is one of the best, if not the best overclocking mobo available in the price range.Gigabyte has yet to let me down with any of the products I have purchased from them.

Review Date: 07/25/12
Cons: none

Pros: many featureshas a on board power switchs to test parts
very good motherboard for the i7 3770 I have had no issues with it and it was very easy to install and has a lot of features that are useful such as a on board power switch to test parts.

Review Date: 07/16/12
Cons: None

Pros: Good buy for the price
I enjoyed the easy setup and over clocking of XMP memory to 2.4g and 3770K to 4.6.

Review Date: 07/07/12
Cons: Not enough USB 2.0 headers onboard and not enough USB ports on the back panel.

Pros: Good price.Feature rich.Quality built.
The is a nice board. Setup was relatively painless with the UEFI bios with the exception that my TT eSports keyboard would not work with the supplied F5 Bios or Gigabyte's newest official F8 Bios. I had to flash to a Beta F9 Bios for it to work. The dual Bios with switch is a really nice feature. Also the onboard CMOS clear, reset and power buttons are great during install. As stated in the "Cons" section, the lack of 2.0 USB ports was disappointing, especially the onboard headers. I had to leave some of my front panel case ports unplugged. Now there is an abundance of 3.0 headers and an included 3.0 3.5" front panel, so it may not be an issue for others. I am using IRST with a 60GB SSD and had no issues setting this up. That said, I think the included mSATA onboard connector is a waste of board space. Why buy a small capacity mSATA SSD when the price of 60GB SSD's are so low?I'm using this board with an overclocked 2500k. Overclocking it with stock voltages to 4 GHz was simple as pie.Onboard sound is more than adequate for my gaming needs.I believe this is one of the better boards in the under $200 price range.

Review Date: 06/04/12
Cons: Freezing and shutdowns prior to F7 bios

Pros: Lots of USB 3.0 portsFirewire port (very rare these days!)
Great motherboard. Make sure to update  bios to version F7 to prevent random freezing and shutdowns.

Review Date: 05/24/12
Cons: None so far

Pros: Strong buildOn/off, reset and cmos reset right on board so you can boot up with the case opennicely spaced
First time upgrading my computer in about 6 years and went with this board because of the reputation and reviews. Solid so far and nice placement of everything on the board.

Review Date: 05/21/12
Cons: Front USB 3.0 panel can't be installed in a Phantom Case.4 X 3.0 Sata Cables, i need 5 and im not done builder

Pros: GigabyteSolid boardZ77 i5 is enough for gamersLED debugDual Bios
Rock solid boardHaven't overclocked yetLooks very nice with black blue layoutGigabyte Support is reliable and they do reply within a day or 2

Review Date: 05/16/12
Cons: Comes with an optional 4" adapter with two additional USB 3.0 ports, but only useful if your case has a slot for it.

Pros: High Quality, Excellent Price, Great Features, Dual UEFI Bios, Four USB 3.0 ports
The build material feels like good quality. Rock solid and stable performance. Installed windows without problem. Love the backup bios switch feature also.

Review Date: 05/12/12
Cons: 1. Problems with the base clock set at Auto, which were fixed by the very recent F7 Bios.2. Bios battery is under the discrete GPU, removing it requires the removal of the video card.

Pros: 1.Plenty of options in the Bios.2. Feels sturdy.3. Plenty of Sata/USB/PCI etc. slots4. 2 Bios chips in case something happens.5. Spots on board to measure important Voltages.6. On board Power, reset and Cmos reset switches and error code display.7. Satisfying amount of power phases.
Fantastic board, aside from the issue with the BLCK on Auto on certain builds.When I contacted Gigabyte support regarding the issue, they produced the new F7 bios, which fixed the problem. This is the same problem Michael_F mentioned.I am satisfied by both the board, and the company's support. This review was modfied by poster @ 05-12-12 06:50 PM

Review Date: 05/11/12
Cons: intel chipset heatsink was in the way of my gpusome freezing problems in bios and boot ups

Pros: matte black full featurespower buttondual biosesata port
so when i bought this, i first thought that it was a very nice looking board, and one of those "bang for the buck" kind of motherboard. when i put everything together i seemed to have some random freeze problem, wasn't sure if it was because of the outdated drivers or it was because of other things. but in the end i got the motherboard to work and i set the base clock to 100.1 instead of auto and so far so good. another problem that i came across was when i tried to install my gtx 560 ti twin frozr ii oc edition card, that i couldn't put it in the 16x slot of my pci-e and was forced to use the 8x becuase, when i try to install it in the 16x slot, it couldnt click since the heatsink of the intel chipset was a bit too tall. in the end, i'm just happy that everything went well and it works

Review Date: 05/10/12
Cons: none that i find

Pros: very good board, has lots of sata ports and usb 3.0 headers, cool looking design, really easy to overclock with the bios
really good board for the price, has tonnes of features

Review Date: 05/08/12
Cons: none

Pros: plenty of functions and material quality is good
I got wifi version for $199 price match with ME. It's stable and easy to over clocking.

Review Date: 04/26/12
Cons: -the UEFI bios is still not up to the standards set by Asus-Voltage controls aren't as extensive as the EVGA P55 board I'm used to

Pros: Features!!-Displayport-Esata-10 USB 3.0!!-Lots of SATA 3 and e-sata ports-Intel LANExcellent cooling design, stays cool without any fans even under heavy overclocking.
This is a very feature rich board, at similar price points, it offers a more complete feature set. Displayport supporting 2560x1440 resolution with a I7-2600K was a must for me, this was the cheapest board which offered displayport, e-sata, and a wealth of USB 3 ports.Overclocking is good, although the dynamic vcore options are not up to the flexibility of EVGA. Took me a while to play around with the LLC options before I found a good level for 24/7 use.

Review Date: 04/22/12
Cons: nothing to complain about.

Pros: Awesome board, great features and solid.
This is a great board. For the price, you cannot go wrong. All the features are great. Plenty of usb 3 and a bracket for two more that you can install in front of your pc. Really stable too. Running a core I5 2500K at 4.3 without issues. I really recomend it.

Review Date: 04/15/12
Cons: - Bottom PCI Express slot is only available when an Ivy Bridge CPU is installed- Some mouse issues with 3D BIOS with BIOS F5 and F6

Pros: - Great layout- Price- Dual Gigabit LAN (Intel and Atheros)- Long SLI bridge
This is a well-equipped enthusiast class motherboard. The layout is great and it also offers an integrated mSATA which can be used to take advantage of Intel Smart Response (although at the cost of one SATA ports). Since BIOS version F5 and F6d (still in BETA), I cannot use my mouse (Steelseries Sensei) in the 3D BIOS, but itís really easy to navigate using the keyboard.Setup was a breeze, but I did run into a strange issue: the CPU socket lever is not perfectly smooth and it did scratch the board when engaging and disengaging it. Itís nothing critical, but there are traces on the PCB right where the board is scratched.
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Product Features

ATX Form Factor H2 Socket
SLI/CrossFire-X Ready 7.1 Channel Audio

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Note: To support DDR3 1600 MHz, you must install an Intel 22nm CPU.

Product Specifications

Supported CPU
CPU Socket TypeLGA 1155
CPU TypeCore i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155)
North BridgeIntel Z77
Number of Memory Slots4◊240pin
Memory StandardDDR3 2400(OC)/1600/1333/1066
Maximum Memory Supported32GB
Channel SupportedDual Channel
Expansion Slots
PCI Express 3.0 x163 (x16, x8, x4)
PCI Express x13
PCI Slots1
Storage Devices
SATA 3Gb/s4 x SATA 3Gb/s
1 x mSATA connector (The SATA2 5 connector will become unavailable when the mSATA connector is installed with a solid state drive.)
SATA 6Gb/s5 x SATA 6Gb/s
SATA RAID2 x SATA 6Gb/s (SATA3 0/SATA3 1) and 4 x SATA 3Gb/s (SATA2 2~5) Support for RAID 0, 1, 5, 10
Onboard Video
Onboard Video ChipsetNone
Onboard Audio
Audio ChipsetRealtek ALC898
Audio Channels8 Channels
Onboard LAN
Max LAN SpeedDual 10/100/1000Mbps
Rear Panel Ports
Video PortsD-Sub + DVI
DisplayPort1 x DisplayPort
USB 1.1/2.02 x USB 2.0
USB 3.04 x USB 3.0
IEEE 13941 x IEEE 1394a
eSATA1 x eSATA 6Gb/s
S/PDIF Out1 x Optical
Audio Ports6 Ports
Internal I/O Connectors
Onboard USB6 x USB 3.0 + 4 x USB 2.0
Other Connectors1 x 24-pin ATX main power connector
1 x 8-pin ATX 12V power connector
1 x PCIe power connector
1 x mSATA connector
1 x CPU fan header
4 x system fan headers
1 x front panel header
1 x front panel audio header
1 x S/PDIF Out header
1 x Clear CMOS jumper
1 x Trusted Platform Module (TPM) header
1 x power button
1 x reset button
1 x Clear CMOS button
1 x heatsink LED power connector
1 x BIOS Switch
Voltage Measurement Points
Physical Spec
Form FactorATX
Dimensions12.0" x 9.6"
Power Pin24 Pin
FeaturesThe PCI Express x16 slot supports up to PCI Express 2.0 standard when an Intel 32nm (Sandy Bridge) CPU is installed.

GIGABYTE All Digital Power Engine

GIGABYTE 3D Power Utility


3rd Generation Intel Core processors

Designed for PCI Express Gen.3 Support

Intel Rapid Start Technology

Intel Smart Connect Technology

Onboard OC Features

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