Gigabyte X99 SOC Champion Review
Today we are having a look at an Overclocking focused X99 motherboard offering from Gigabyte, the X99-SOC Champion.
Gigabyte X99 SOC Champion comes with some top notch feathers for stable and higher overclocking, like 8 phase digital VRM with server grade...
Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming G1 WIFI-BK Board Review
With every new chipset launch we see couple of motherboards standing apart from rest of the crowd; in terms of features, innovation, and performance. Gigabyte’s Ultra durable Z97x-GAMING G1-WIFI Black Edition board is one of such board. Based on the...
Gigabyte GA-Z97X-SOC Motherboard Review
Many motherboard manufactures are offers many Overclocking features in their premium board segments. But on the other hand Gigabyte is offering a whole Overclocking series of boards designed for enthusiasts and professional overclockers...
HWBOT lit up today with some more scores from GIGABYTE X99 SOC Champion coupled with DDR4 and 5960X CPU. First score was the highest DDR4 memory frequency done by hicookie. New DDR4 frequency top score was set with Corsair DDR4 memory and it stands at DDR4-4326 (2163.3MHz).
Today we will be un-boxing and taking a close look at the brand new Gigabyte x99 Soc Champion Motherboard. Designed by Gigabyte in conjunction with world class overclockers Hi-coockie and Sofos to rule the overclocking arena.
One of the biggest features of the X99-SOC Champion is the use of a...
Gigabyte X99 UD4 Motherboard Review
We are really impressed with the Intel’s new X99 platform; it got some serious power with introduction of latest DDR4 quad channel memory support. All power comes at a price and it’s not a low one. But ones platform is up and running, you will realize...
I think all of us should be concerned about this :
Main source : TechARX Forum ? View topic - Recent revisional changes in mid and low end intel boards.
And some shocking reviews :
Spot the differences: Gigabyte motherboard revisions present markedly different test results | Hardware.Info...
Overclock3D :: Article :: Gigabyte in Ebenezer Mode :: When is a revision not a revision?
This is very disturbing. I have had multiple failed Asus boards and won't touch them again, and now Gigabyte's doing this. The next mobo upgrade will be a very tough choice. :(
I am planning to sell the above combo.
Item: AMD 955 BE processor + Gigabyte 970A-DS3 (rev. 1) Mobo.
Condition: Excellent. I am currently using it in my system without any issues.
Item location: Delhi
Expected price: 5,500/ + shipping.
Reason for sale: Going for a little upgrade...
I have purchased a 4th Gen Intel i3 4150 processor.
Will be using 4GB Ram currently with a 1 TB WD Hard Disk and Corsair CX430.
Wont be using any Graphics card since I dont play games. :oops: Even if I buy any graphics card in future, it will be some basic one. Like 1GB DDR5.
GIGABYTE X99-UD5 WIFI
Front view of the box
Back side view of the box
Front Peek-in Window
Accessories in the box
Rear I/O Panel
SATA Ports, SATA Express Ports, SATA Power
M.2 SATA & M.2 WIFI
Extra space for safer...
I have a 3 year old Gigabyte motherboard Gigabyte X58A-UD7
with three x 4 GB RAM installed.
Now when I bought the motherboard 8GB RAMs were not available, so obviously its technical specs tell it can only use 24 GB RAM.
Now they are available.
I would like to know whether I can...
Hi i'm planning to buy a new pc,
this is the config
Processor: i5 4590
Motherboard: Asus H97-PLUS
SSD: Samsung EVO 840 120Gb
PSU: Seasonic S12II 520/430
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 4*2GB 1600Mhz
Case :D eepcool Tessaract
Monitor : Dell S2240L
Speakers: Creative SBS...
As far as I non K Haswell Processors are locked and can't be overclocked. But I downloaded the Gigabyte EasyTune software out of curiosity and am surprised to find that it is allowing me to modify core voltage, core multiplier etc. Any idea what's happening? My Proc+MoBo is i5 4670...
I'm building a gaming config. and I will be using the same for gaming mostly. There will be barely any multi tasking on my PC so the IMP factor rather the only thing i'm looking at is deriving EXTRA FPS from every small modification to my rig. I will be playing games at ultra 1080p setting so...
1. What is the purpose of the computer and what kind of applications and games will be run?
Ans: Mostly for gaming (Call of Duty, Max Payne 3, FIFA 14 BF4 , NFS and upcoming games in next 4-5 years), HD movies and CAD application.
2. Overall budget:
3. Planning to OC?
Hi all, I'm looking to buy a new motherboard for my Athlon X4 635 processor. I've searched a lot but cant find any 880G motherboards(like the Gigabyte GA-880GM-USB3L having USB 3 & Sata 3 at Rs.4500 or something). Can anyone tell where i can find one online? Max.budget is Rs. 4500. I want DVI-D...