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GIGABYTE Z77X-UD4H LGA1155 Motherboard Review

Author: MAC
Date: February 4, 2013
Product Name: Z77X-UD4H
Part Number: Z77X-UD4H
Warranty: 3 Years
 
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Packaging & Accessories


Now that we have gone over the Z77X-UD4H's features and specifications, it is time to take a look at the packaging and the bundled accessories. Let's check it out:



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The Z77X-UD4H's packaging features essentially the same design aesthetic as was introduced with the X79 series models. It's a more traditional all-white design with a new cube logo, which is supposed to represent the new 3D Power and 3D BIOS features that were highlighted on the previous page. The packaging is also adorned with logos illustrating this model's numerous features and specifications, and you will find quite a bit of additional information about all of the interesting GIGABYTE-specific features on the back.



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Once you remove the outside packaging, you are greeted with an inner box that contains two separate sections, the top half contains the accessories and the documentation while the bottom half holds the motherboard in an anti-static bag.




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With regard to accessories, the Z77X-UD4H comes with a user manual, multilingual installation guidebook, installation guidebook addedum, driver DVD, GIGABYTE sticker, four SATA 6Gb/s cables, 2-way SLI bridge connector, and an I/O shield.
 
 
 

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