Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H LGA1155 ATX
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The Intel Z77 chipset represents the latest innovation of the Californian semiconductor giant and will be a further milestone in the motherboard-evolution with safety. Based on the socket 1155, which has helped already the Sandy Bridge generation processors for maximum performance the Z77 boards are equipped for third-generation processors. The Panther follows so the PUMA. The 7-chip series listens to the code name of Panther point and is equipped with an integrated USB 3.0 controller first natively. Additional chips are therefore not required. It is also reserved in the future with the integrated graphic unit of CPUs to use three displays at the same time the Z77 chipset.
Of course also the Z77 boards, like the previous of the Z68 series, the SSD-caching technology, Intel SRT support (smart response technology) called. Thus, an SSD is used as cache (cache). This can is about significantly accelerate the Windows startup or calling various programs. The native Assembly with four SATA 3 g and two SATA-6 g ports all mainboards with Z77 chip is also common. Optional additional chips can provide here of course significantly more connections.
The Gigabyte GA-Z77X s2h motherboard is made for high performance demands and supports the LGA1155 socket both the latest Intel Core processors of the third generation as also core i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron processors of second generation. The integrated graphics processor, memory, and the integrated PCI Express controller it support the implemented graphic output with dedicated chipsets, 2-channel (4 DIMM) DDR3 memory and 16 PCI Express 3.0/2.0-Lanes, which together provide an exceptional graphics performance.
Graphics cards can be integrated at the GA-Z77X s2h gigabyte in single configuration with 16 PCI-Express lanes. The Board is however very well designed for multi-GPU configurations with up to two CrossfireX-or SLI-ready VGA cards from AMD and NVIDIA. In dual mode, the PCIe lane connection in x 8/8 configuration is. The Board provides four DDR3 memory slots with dual-channel option available, which are specified up to incredible 2400 MHz (OC) users. All these features make a speed rush to the reality.
On the Z77X s2h, the already mentioned native Intel controller provides two USB 3.0 ports for connecting peripherals to the back of the housing. In addition, a further header for two ports is internally executed, so that new housing can connect their USB 3.0 port of the I/O Panel directly. The Intel SATA controller supports all popular RAID modes on SATA-3 g as well as SATA 6 g-based. A total of nine SATA connectors available are the user. Two of the ports are an another mSATA port, an eSATA version.
Of course, the user finds a Gigabit Ethernet port, DVI, VGA and an absolutely current HDMI 1.4 port, a DisplayPort for the (optional) graphics unit of the processor. Also ten proven USB-2.0 ports, which are six at the I/O Panel, with on board. For audio enthusiasts eight channels via five jacks available are, thanks to one VIA VT2021 chips high-quality multichannel sound (THX TruStudio PRO certified) to all speakers or headphones output. Digital signal output is optical digital output.
The GIGABYTE GA-Z77X s2h motherboard has 333 onboard acceleration, an array of the latest technologies to speed up data transfer, including SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology, SATA revision 3.0 (6 GB/s) technology and a unique 3 x USB power boost on all USB ports are designed for power-hungry USB devices.
3 x USB power boost from GIGABYTE designed to ensure the best compatibility and stability for USB devices (E.g. external hard drives and optical drives) by the necessary powered through a single USB port. This ensures that you can use the free USB ports for other devices.
Another highlight of the Board is the renunciation of a classic BIOS and set all parameters on a graphics surface, the so-called UEFI. The gigabyte UEFI BIOS offers the first mouse-driven graphical BIOS that and has a user-friendly interface that the traditional input from the keyboard is ahead far over selectable modes. It also supports natively fully utilized over 2.2 TB drives in 64-bit operating systems.