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Sunday, October 18, 2009
"The Gigabyte Odin Plus 700W PSU arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review from Technic3D the next PSU with four +12V rails (19A), 120mm Fan (Thermal fan control), 6x SATA hard disk connectors and 2x PCI-e 6+2-Pin."
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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
"The Gigabyte GA-MA785G-UD3H motherboard is a great upgrade platform for anyone with an existing socket AM2 AMD processor who wants to take advantage of the new HD decoding and on board HDMI options the AMD 785G chipset brings to the table. AMD's excellent upgrade paths mean the GA-MA785G-UD3H motherboard will support AMD Sempron, Athlon, Athlon II, Phenom and Phenom II processors; in short socket AM2, AM2+ and AM3 CPUs. The board has four memory slots that accommodate up to 8GB of DDR2 800/1066/1333(OC) MHz memory. However, beyond broad CPU and cheap DDR2 memory compatibility, the real power of the Gigabyte GA-MA785G-UD3H is the AMD 785G chipset and Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics at its heart."
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Thursday, October 08, 2009
For computer enthusiasts, the last Intel milestone was the Core i7 processor launch that paralleled the X58-Express motherboard chipset launch back in November of 2008. Ten months later and well into September of 2009, Intel has returned with the P55-Express chipset for mainstream users who pair it with the new LGA1356 socket. On the outside little more than the processor socket and memory configuration has changed, replacing dual-channel for triple. PCI-Express now offers only one 16x lane instead of two, while the number of SATA and USB ports continues to give more expansion room than the average user might need. The consumer might not know what to expect when choosing between the two products, other than one is mainstream (P55) and the other is for extreme enthusiasts (X58). In this article, Benchmark Reviews directly compares the Intel Core i7-860 equipped Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6 motherboard against the GA-EX58-UD4P with Intel Core i7-920. Testi! ng a Core i7-860 against an i7-920 might not seem fair, and it's a little biased to compare P55 against X58, but the final outcome might just surprise you.
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Monday, October 05, 2009
With the GA-P55 UD5P Gigabyte presents a mainboard which is based on Intels new P55 chipset which has been designed mainly for the mainstream market. Ten SATA ports as well as the possibility to drive graphic cards in CrossFireX an SLI give you a lot of headroom while setting up a specific configuration.
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Monday, September 28, 2009
Is an updated southbridge and a sprinkle of copper sufficient to see the successful return of the AMD 770 Northbridge? Let's find out...
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Wednesday, September 23, 2009
This Gigabyte card is one of the more spectacular ones we have tested. I am of course referring to the passive cooling solution which is very different from the reference cooler. In my opinion this Gigabyte card offers a good performance/price ratio and has extra potential with its overclocking abilities. But what it really comes down to is that it offers us gamers a really good performance and still, we don't have to listen to an annoying fan struggling to cool the card. The Ultra Durable VGA system from Gigabyte wasn't really anything I noticed, but it feels safe that this technology should prolong the life of the card...
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Friday, September 18, 2009
GIGABYTE has gone the extra mile with this board. The board performed well in the default settings against the other P55 boards. The board overclocked to over 3.5GHz on air cooling which is not insignificant when using the 2.66GHz Core i5 750. The features of the board include 2OZ Copper in the Power and Ground layers of the board. It is available online for around $200 at this moment, making it in the middle ground of the P55 boards on the market today. As usual, with an Intel Chipset launch, GIGABYTE has launched several P55 boards this week. Gigabyte has a Hot Product with this new i5 motherboard.
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Thursday, September 17, 2009
With many video card releases, a certain product progression is expected from manufacturers. The first video cards out of the gate are near replicas of the vendor?s reference design, using the same cooler and sporting the same clock speed. Then manufacturers get crafty, playing with clock speeds and adding more RAM to try to capture the performance segment of the market.
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Monday, September 14, 2009
"Today for the P55 launch we have two of Gigabyte's 11 P55 motherboards up for review. The GA-P55-UD6 is their high-end P55 motherboard with every feature known to man crammed onto an ATX motherboard. Ok, maybe not a every feature but close. The GA-P55M-UD4 is their high-end P55 mATX motherboard featuring the vast majority of the options on the GA-P55-UD6 albeit laid out on a compact mATX canvas. The only thing missing on the GA-P55M-UD4 is the TPM security module, the onboard LED debug reader, half(12) of the power phases, and a few expansion slots which might sound like a lot but in reality isn't nearly that much..."
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Sunday, September 13, 2009
But now that all heads have turned to Intel newest offering the Core i5, Gigabyte is not holding anything back. Coming to market on launch date will be a complete line of P55 motherboards. We predict the best seller to be the P55-UD4P as it offers the most for the money. Crossfire, SLI and support for DDR3 2200 is what everyone will be looking for when upgrading to the newest Intel platform. But the board with the most bang for the most will be the GA-P55-UD6. The P55-UD6 has just what the enthusiast will be looking for. Which begins with a BIOS that is meant to allow the best and highest overclocks. For the person willing to pay a little extra, this is what he or she is looking for: a motherboard that allows high BLK at the highest possible multiplier. Add in the dual GPU configurations in Crossfire and SLI, we can see Gigabyte adding to its awards and world record collection. One feature that I like about the new Gigabyte motherboard is that it is pretty. So, lets take the P55 and the new Intel i7 860 for a spin and see if it is worth your time and money.
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Friday, September 11, 2009
Gigabyte is not only a manufacturer of mainboards and graphics cards, they also manufacture some nifty computer accessories, which I will be taking a closer look at today. We have previously only reviewed graphics cards from Gigabyte. This time we will be taking a look at a rather exclusive product, a stylish mouse called "Gigabyte GM-M7800S Swarovski Crystal Mouse". By the name and looks of it, we can be sure that Gigabyte is aiming this product towards people who are sensitive to fashion and trends...
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Wednesday, March 25, 2009
This isn't an old 9600GT GPU making a comeback with 1GB of GDDR3 memory, this new Geforce 9600GT graphics card from Gigabyte uses the 'revision B' nVidia 'G94' GPU; it's built with a smaller manufacturing process, has a physically smaller silicon die, uses less power and consequently runs cooler. Reduced power consumption made it possible for Gigabyte engineers to make the GV-N96TSL-1GI Geforce 9600GT videocard completely fanless. The great thing about passively cooled videocards are that they're excellent for media center's, particularly HTPC's that sit next to the television.
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Monday, March 23, 2009
In order to differentiate itself from the competition and to breathe some life into the rather uninteresting GeForce GTS 250 SKU, Gigabyte has taken some of their motherboard know-how and transferred it onto their graphics cards. We investigate to see if it really works, or if it's just gimmickry.
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Friday, March 20, 2009
In my recent discussion about whether netbooks are already obsolete, I said that the segment needed a real game-changer, because it has become increasingly difficult to find the marketable advantage. With the GIGABYTE M912 netbook, we may have found a possible answer. Unlike so many other netbooks that are flooding the market these days, the GIGABYTE M912 isn?t just a little laptop; it also happens to be a convertible tablet PC.
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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Back in January while attending CES, I took the opportunity to visit GIGABYTE's demo suite and meet the new team. This was one of the better highlights of attending simply because they've made some great strides over the last two years becoming the fastest growing motherboard manufacturer among the enthusiasts. This is largely in part to their commitment to the enthusiast community.
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