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Old November 4, 2010, 01:06 PM
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Default Gigabyte Expands P67 Series Motherboard Lineup

We got a glimpse of Gigabyte's lineup of Sandy Bridge ready motherboards late last week, however today we get to see the full lineup of products, which includes an expansion of the new black PCB that was first revealed with the P67-UD3R. All models will have full support for Intel's 32nm Sandy Bridge CPU's when they are released sometime in earl... [ Read full article ]
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Old November 4, 2010, 01:18 PM
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Isn't it the P67A-UD7 that has 4 PCI-Ex16?

I like the look of those darker boards. A bit different from what Gigabyte usually puts out.
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Old November 4, 2010, 01:23 PM
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Now that's more like it!
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it would be nice though if the number after ud would indicate number of physical 16x pci-e slots :)
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Old November 4, 2010, 02:00 PM
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The UD-7 looks real nice. a real aggressive look compared to their usual blue PCB
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That's mean I will soon get a cheap I5 mouhahaha.

I love the UD7 it look pretty awesome!
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The UD7 and 5 are really nice, those are some oddly sexy heatsinks
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liking the new look but what's up with the UD7 pcie-x16 slot layout? 4xpcie-x16 but they placed the top 2 next together If they were going to do that might as well just stick with 3x pcie-x16 and make the slot between 1 and 3 clear.
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