Gigabyte P67A-UD4 Pro Reviews
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"The Intel P67 chipset is a very anticipated launch, so we are excited manufacturers have given us the green light to preview their motherboards before they officially launch."
"Our look at three high-end P67 Express motherboards, with enthusiast grade features like support for CrossFireX/SLI, Intel Extreme Tuning, SATA 6Gb/s and native RAID."
"Overall, after Intel's debacle with the P67 chipset is straightened out, I think Intel's new CPUs and chipset have plenty of room to mature and I hope Intel and Gigabyte can give overclockers a little more to work with other than increasing the CPU multiplier and Vcore on unlocked K-series processors."
"Bottom line, let these benchmark results serve as a reminder that newer model numbers don't always mean better performance figures. Features are easy to add, but raw performance is what a computer draws on every day of the week. While the Intel P67 chipset has been recalled, re-issued in a b3-stepping and out-modeled by the Intel Z68, it offers exactly the same benchmark performance to SSD-installed operating systems. In short, if you can find it cheap, snap it up and lock a couple graphics cards into the Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4 motherboard!"
"The UD4 is placed in the middle of Gigabyte's P67 lineup. Priced at roughly $190, the UD4 should be a great seller for Gigabyte but we would have liked to see at least one added feature at that price point: onboard power, reset, and CLR CMOS button. The UD4 will be on the bench table of a lot of users and these buttons would be very handy."