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Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H ATX LGA1150 Z87 DDR3 3PCI-E16 3PCI-E1 HDMI CrossFireX/SLI SATA3 USB3 Motherboard

Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H ATX LGA1150 Z87 DDR3 3PCI-E16 3PCI-E1 HDMI CrossFireX/SLI SATA3 USB3 Motherboard (Gigabyte: GA-Z87X-UD3H)
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Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H ATX LGA1150 Z87 DDR3 3PCI-E16 3PCI-E1 HDMI CrossFireX/SLI SATA3 USB3 Motherboard
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Rating: 8.6/10
With 10 User Reviews

Review Date: 04/03/14
Cons: None.

Pros: Works great, more than enough ports, solid board and nice BIOS interface.
Great board and value, especially when on sale. The BIOS interface was great, and while I haven't done any serious overclocking, for simple navigation and settings, the BIOS has been fantastic. Overall good experience so far, seems quite stable.

Review Date: 03/08/14
Cons: -I had to wait a week for the unit to be shipped, due to out of stock. But BONUS: I ended up with the rev 1.1 board.-I couldn't get the Q-Flash utility to recognize my thumb drive. The fbios utility had no issues though, so I was able to install the F8 update  with no issues.

Pros: It's feature-for-feature identical with the more costly Z87X-UD4H with one exception; the power distribution is 8 phases vs. 16 on the 4H. This would only become an issue for the small number of people who would be doing extreme overclocking, since the Haswell chips have moved some of the voltage regulation load onto chip.The board has been incredibly stable. With my first generation Nehalem/(H55 chipset) I would get occasional screen freezes and the OS crashing a couple of times a week. This board is problem free.
Purchased just after Boxing week sale, with a $30 rebate my end cost was $115. Very nice to be using an enthusiast board for the price of a mainstream product. To be fair I can't be said to have properly put it through its paces, because I'm still using integrated graphics (so I can't be sure that the PCIE slots even work.) Also my current CPU doesn't support overclocking, so I'm not sure how well those features work.

Review Date: 01/30/14
Cons: doesnt work when u have 4 sticks of ramBios sux

Pros: CheapSolidheavyLoads of usb3
Got it for 85$ during boxing week.Cant say much for that price.Heavy as hell, very well build.However, DOES NOT WORK when u have 4 sticks of ram.Personaly,i dont care since i only have 2x4gb. But when i did try to use my old 4x2 ddr3 set, the pc would blue scree.Other than that. bios is horribley blue.

Review Date: 01/19/14
Cons: PCI-E slot lay-out and bandwidth allocationNot entirely a high-end board for it's regular priceNCIX is still shipping REV 1.0 boards with C1 stepping

Pros: Excellent Price at the time of purchaseSturdy build qualityNice aestheticsOverall favourable lay-out
I bought this board on sale for $114 with a $30MIR making this board too good to pass up for the price. It has a great lay-out overall for USB2/3 headers, PWM fan headers (with 2 CPU fan headers!), with the enthusiast in mind. Some features like hardware power and reset buttons have become standard but things like the dual BIOS and voltage measuring leads are great for the price segment. Installation was easy and the board feels very solid. The colour scheme is muted which I prefer and the blue matches what I purchased to go along with it. So far it's rock solid on stock settings but I'll get into the BIOS later and see what I can do. The boot-up is very different from my previous ASUS boards and I find that my SSD loads Windows before the board turns on it's USB ports so I have to wait to type in my password. Booting from external media is also strange to me as the UEFI BIOS takes some getting used to.My one current complaint is that NCIX is still shipping the REV 1.0 models and not 1.1 resulting in a board that uses C1 stepping. This can affect low-power states and lead to problems with things like external hard drives, from what I've read. I haven't had a problem yet, but that doesn't mean that I won't.Recommended when on sale.

Review Date: 01/17/14
Cons: None

Pros: Lots of usb3, looks good, good placement of connections.
Works great so far. Haven't run into any issues. All the ports are nicely placed. Easy to gain access to when you need too. The HS's built onto it don't get in the way of installing the cpu, hs/fan, ram or video card which is nice.
Sherwin A_D@NCIX

Review Date: 01/09/14
Cons: none

Pros: Good MOBO!
Nice Gigabyte Motherboard with that matte black PCB! Got this for $84.99 after MIR. Vary happy with this purchase, Good Buy!

Review Date: 01/07/14
Cons: - rma- no bluetooth included

Pros: - nice box- cheap mobo on sale at ncix boxing day- lot of usb 3
overall, this mobo looks ok, with a lot of usb 3, which is a turn on. i gave 3 stars because i havent tested it yet

Review Date: 11/26/13
Cons: - Stability issues especially regarding memory DIMMs.- Startup issues regarding keyboard compatibility

Pros: - Great value for money- great BIOS interface
Had this motherboard for quite a while and it was my first Gigabyte mobo I ever owned and probably the last. It have a lot of stability and compatibility issues, notably BSODs. After messing with the motherboard for quite a time, it turns out the issues I had was with the 4 sticks of RAM and it a known issue that Gigabyte still haven't acknowledged. After 4 months of hoping a BIOS update  fix, I went ahead and bought 2 sticks or RAM to replace my 4 sticks. Immediately the problem went away and running a stable system for 3 weeks. I also experienced other issues like poor USB support and stability. A lot of my USB devices created BSODs issues and keyboard wouldn't even respond on startup, it almost impossible to get into bios unless you have the old fashion serial keyboard. I would rate 2 stars but I don't want to waste time to look for my purchase ID.

Review Date: 10/13/13
Cons: There App center wont install Smart recover (wont update  it either)

Pros: runs cool (4770kz 4.6 got to 4.8 but temps got kind gnarly ) stable with auto overclock LED #post and codes a blessing for diagnosing your system
Other than the App center being a bit buggy everything else is rock solid idle temps i 23c Under load tips around 67 is sometimes breaks 70 with an H100 happy first Gigabyte board overall not bad good OC (told I got lucky with my 4770k)
meow a cat@NCIX

Review Date: 08/31/13
Cons: Onboard wireless would have been hella cool, but thats not really a con. There aren't really any flaws with this mobo that I can think of.

Pros: Well featured, looks slick, has an lcd display that displays codes so you know whats up. Lots of fan connectors, tons of usb 3.0. 5 year warranty, sli/crossfire. Dual BIOS, easy overclocking.
Excellent motherboard for haswell chips, looks sexy, tons of ports and fan connectors, and it was a steal at the sale price of $145 + $30 MIR.
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Product Features

ATX SLI & CrossFireX Ready

Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H Z87 Motherboard
Build a powerful system with the Gigabyte Motherboard. Made for Intel Haswell processors, it is equipped with a Intel LGA1150 socket. This motherboards with a ATX form factor features multi-GPU support in the form of SLI and CrossFireX Ready. The memory type is DDR3 and supports upto 4 DDR3 1600 MHz memory modules. It not only guarantees powerful system performance but also ensures superior responsive operations and overclocking best stability. With one LAN port, six USB 3.0 ports and 1 DVI port along with 1 HDMI Ports, the Gigabyte Motherboard has all the connectivity you need to build a power-packed system. Additionally, the RAID support helps increase the transfer rates of the Hard Disk. The dimensions are 305 X 244 mm. Purchase the Gigabyte Motherboard today!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • Intel LGA1150 socket; supports the future Intel Haswell and Broadwell microprocessors
  • SLI Ready; take advantage of two graphics card
  • CrossFireX Ready; offers ultimate graphics performance
  • DDR3 support; compatible for all DDR3 devices
  • 6 USB 3.0 ports; easily connect all your USB devices

Product Specifications

Supported CPU
CPU Socket TypeLGA 1150
CPU Type4th-generation Core i5, i7 (LGA1150)
North BridgeIntel Z87
Number of Memory Slots4240pin
Expansion Slots
PCI Express 3.0 x161
PCI Express x81
PCI Express x41
PCI Express x13
PCI Slots1
Storage Devices
SATA 6Gb/s8 x SATA 6Gb/s
Onboard Video
Onboard Video ChipsetSupported only by CPU with integrated graphic
Onboard Audio
Audio ChipsetRealtek ALC898
Onboard LAN
LAN ChipsetIntel i217V
Max LAN Speed10/100/1000Mbps
Rear Panel Ports
USB 3.06 x USB 3.0
Internal I/O Connectors
Onboard USB4 x USB 3.0 + 4 x USB 2.0
Physical Spec
Form FactorATX
Dimensions12.0" x 9.6"
Power Pin24 Pin
FeaturesThermal: Chipset + 2 MOS heatsink

8 Digital CPU VRM phase

2 Way Cross Fire X Support

2 way SLI Support(2 way bridge)

DuaL BIOS (128Mx2) with new UEFI BIOS interface

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