Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD3

Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD3

  • Form factor: ATX
  • Chipset: Intel P55
  • Type of memory: DDR3
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14/02/2017
Ticking, and still goes, then in 2009.

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26/03/2011
Got hold of a i5 750 and got this modertkort for construction. This is where I like to overclock and this card is good price performance for just that. Have a Zalman 9700 LED on process strengths and with this card was a cinch to get up the frequency to 3.6 ghz against standard 2.66GHz. Hardly needed adjust Vcore. The card do not support SLI but only crossfire, so are you planning to run two Nvidia GPUs, it is not the right card.

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19/08/2010
I have now built a i5 with this motherboard. It is very stable, everything works without hassles in Windows 7 hangs / reboots as some experience in Windows 7, I have not been on this card yet. However, I built an i5 second with an Asus motherboard suffering a the problem. that. + Stable + Relatively inexpensive + Many Sata Connectors 2x SATA 6GB + 2 USB 3.0 And on the minus side. - Is the only dual-channel and not triple for the memories. - Why not make all USB connectors 3.0? - For some SATA cables included, only 2x.

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17/04/2010
Excellent performance. Plus: 2x USB3.0 ports. 2 x SATA 6.0 Gb / s A little less because it does not comply with properly with wires, screws and brackets. If you need a COM port or so While supporting this card, but you have to buy the stuff. Buying an ASUS or MSI for 100kr extra can be an option if you want more than 2 SATA cables, etc. No appropriate card Crossfire, think about it. Otherwise, it is excellent and there is room for CPU cooler "larger model" without problems.

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10/03/2010
Seems to work very well with the i5 750. If accidental overclock crazy, it turns on the "fail-safe" mode so that you can correct the settings. The only drawback I see is that it only becomes x4 speed on the second graphics card if you run Crossfire. Is not certain that it does so much in practice. Have not tried .. yet.

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26/12/2009
First motherboard from Gigabyte (for a I5 proc to my son) and I'm not disappointed. I have previously bought the ASUS motherboard and it feels like Gigabyte is better. So much better that I bought one for motherboard from Gigabyte, the GA-X58A-UD7 to an I7 desktop I'm building right now.

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