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GIGABYTE GA-B75M-D3P LGA 1155 Intel B75 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard

  • Intel B75
  • Core i7 / i5 / i3 / Pentium / Celeron (LGA1155)
  • DDR3 1600/1333/1066
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Oriented for small business, the GIGABYTE GA-B75M-D3P motherboard lets you enjoy the highly acclaimed Intel performance, manageability and security at an ultra attractive price point. The Intel Small Business Advantage (SBA) technology gives you the edge to manage your IT property in a more efficient and cost-effective way. With Ultra Durable 4 classic design and all solid capacitor design, this motherboard ensures unmatched durability and reliability, with additional features that guarantee unrivalled experience on your next PC build.

  • newegg Intel Small Business Advantage GIGABYTE B75 series motherboards possess a range of features that are designed to offer vastly improved and simplified control over unmanaged IT infrastructure, with specific focus on security, data backup and raising productivity levels overall.
  • newegg GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 4 Classic GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 4 Classic motherboards embrace a range of exclusive technologies that guarantee DIY PC builders the absolute best protection for their PC, with built-in features that prevent common malfunction threats.
  • newegg 50,000 Hours Solid Capacitors GIGABYTE Ultra Durable motherboards are equipped with solid capacitors. With an average lifespan of 50,000 hours, these solid capacitors provide the stability, reliability and longevity essential to meet the power needs of high-end processors and other components running today's most demanding applications and games.
  • newegg UEFI DualBIOS Technology With a superior graphical interface capable of 32-bit color imaging and fluid user-friendly mouse navigation, UEFI DualBIOS makes BIOS configuration a new and exciting experience for novice and experienced users alike. UEFI BIOS also brings native support for large hard drives on 64-bit operating systems.
  • newegg SuperSpeed USB 3.0 & SATA 6 Gbps The USB 3.0 interface boasts superfast transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps, so users are able to experience a theoretical 10x improvement over USB 2.0. Additionally, backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 assures users of long term use of their legacy USB 2.0 devices. GIGABYTE motherboards are High-Speed SATA Revision 3.0 compatible, delivering superfast 6Gbps link speeds for twice the data transfer rates of SATA Revision 2.0 (3 Gbps).
  • newegg DisplayPort & HDMI Output In addition to VGA and DVI output, DisplayPort & HDMI connectors are also included for hassle-free connection to your home theater equipment, such as large flat display, projector and more.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • Travis M.
  • 11/12/2013 5:55:03 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsOnboard graphics issues

Pros: Board works great and very solid when it does work.
Great for a hackintosh build. Seamless compatibility.

Cons: Persistant integrated graphics issues make it almost unusable.

Other Thoughts: I've usually had great luck with Gigabyte boards. They've been my go to mobo for years now, but I must've gotten a lemon with this one.

From a cold boot, the board will not recoginze any monitors hooked to ANY of the onboard video ports (vga, hdmi).

So, every time this happens, I have to pull out an old video card plug it in, boot to BIOS and change the default from Auto to igfx, reboot, plug in the hdmi monitor, reboot and remove the video card.

If at any time during the process I cold boot, the BIOS reverts back to not detecting the integrated video ports.

I've literally flashed every BIOS version to see if it was specific to a BIOS update, but while flashing the BIOS does seem to reset it to detect onboard video, a cold boot reverts back to the same issues.

Gigabyte "support" wasn't any help, so I'v just reverted to never shutting down.

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  • Jake L.
  • 4/11/2013 1:18:52 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHackintosh Perfection!

Pros: Works like a charm in my first Hackintosh build, almost plug and play. Works flawlessly and as advertised. I like the blue color scheme matches everything perfectly.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Only thing im having trouble to get working is power management. But this is strictly a hackintosh problem, and should work perfect with windows. Also no HDMI audio with a hackintosh build, but I have no need for it.

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  • Ryan M.
  • 4/2/2013 5:11:36 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: A PCI-e 3.0 and PCI-e 2.0 slot. Rock solid with the proper BIOS installed.

Cons: Capacitors near the CPU socket severely limit heatsink/water cooling options. Multiple, known good RAID controller models will not work with this motherboard; the system would just sit a power cycling loop. BIOS version F11 is broken.

Other Thoughts: Do NOT update to F11 BIOS. It removes the ability to boot to a PCI-e RAID controller. Also, with the F11 BIOS, the system could not be rebooted at anytime--only cold boots work.

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  • Amy P.
  • 3/19/2013 10:21:22 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGA-B75M-D3P with OS X

Pros: lots of SATA (3 6gbit)
Feels very solid
Worked right out of the box
PWM case fan (only one)

Cons: two of the SATA ports (the ones that are controlled by onboard RAID) are in an odd place. Lower left side of the board. My case did not have much cable routing near there, but this will vary from case to case. (I don't need all 8 SATA, so it was a non-issue for me)

Other Thoughts: Not really a con, but the bios screen refresh oddly slow. It does not create any issues, it just looks odd. I would not call this a con, but worth mentioning.

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  • Collin S.
  • 3/9/2013 8:29:25 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsb75m d3p

Pros: this is a very good board for a first build. I would know considering that this was my first build, a hackintosh no less. this board almost installed OSX without a hitch (almost because in order for the drives to be detected in the installer the SATA interface has to be AHCI instead of IDE which is the factory default) there are more SATA ports than I think I will ever need.

Cons: the BIOS was a BIOS not a UEFI. UEFI's are becoming more standard and I was slightly disapointed when this board didn't have a UEFI. also the CPU power plug is at the top right corner of the board which is inconvenient when the cable management grommets are on the other side of the board.

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  • Thomas C.
  • 2/8/2013 1:06:41 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: bought two for builds in SilverStone Sugo SG02B-F cases, running stable and fine so far

Cons: none

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  • Charles M.
  • 12/27/2012 7:57:56 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice board but some issues

Pros: 1. Easy to setup
2. Bios friendly
3. Able to run MACOSX on the board with no issues.

Cons: 1. PCI-E 3.0 slot. When using a PCI-E card that takes up two slots (EVGA Geforce GTX660 Superclocked 2GB, etc) that graphics board runs right up, and on top of the chipset above the SATA ports. And the SATA ports are not blocked (barely) but it makes it hard to reroute the cables around the graphics card to the desired drives.

2. Why does this thing act weird sometimes. When I make changes to items in the BIOS such as changing SATA from IDE to AHCI, etc. the system will restart (normal), shut off completely, then reboot itself within a few seconds. I have never seen this on a motherboard or build and I have been building my own custom systems for 12 years. Perhaps a call to Gigabyte might be in order for this because this is too weird.

Other Thoughts: 1. Next time I will be sure to check on this issue with graphics card size and SATA port locations prior to purchase.

2. Only 1 PCI-E 3.0 slot.

3. Only supports CrossfireX, not SLI.

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  • Lance M.
  • 10/17/2012 4:21:38 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsMy flub mostly

Pros: This board seems to perform for general use about the same as the Gigabyte FM1 that I upgraded from. I was astonished after upgrading to a A10-5800K how low MaxxMem showed the memory write speed (5200 vs 6700.) I thought there must be something wrong with it, albiet read speed and copy speed were up some 7% form the FM1 Llano 3870K . The WEI for CPU is same as the Llano at 7.3. Windows Experience Index for memory showed 7.4, whereas the Llano gave 7.5 both with the same Mushkin Redline 1600 Memory and Profile 1 timings. Same held true for a set of 4x2GB 1333 RAM. I called Gigabyte, and the tech figured it must be a bad board. I replaced it, and the results were the same. Passmark's newest benchtests and NovaBench do give it better in all categories. Hopefully this mistake on my part will prevent others from a similar blunder. Now, after the fact, I'm seeing references on the net to Trinity's lower memory write speeds. It could be a testing software update issue. I am a little disappointed in WEI being the same in CPU , and memory score dropping by 0.10 but I is the way it is. Win 7 may or may not be ulilizing it as well. I tried it on a clean install of Win 8 Preview with the same results, so it is not just Win 7. In reference to a user here stating he could not access to UEFI because Win 7 lacks full support, I'm puzzled. With default settings out of the box I was able to acess the BIOS with mouse and keyboard and pressing F9 easily enabled Q-Flash. In fact no OS is needed, nor even a hard drive to do this. There is a heads up though. Look for "Display Boot Options" under "BIOS Settings" tab. Set to "Legacy 1st" rather than default "Legacy." This will make your whole experience with the BIOS much smoother. Also, to change certaing values READ the tips in the BIOS on the right. The mouse won't do it, only keyboard. I tried the EasyTune 6.0 software and on level 2 and 3. It dropped my CPU from 3.8 to 3.29. I have no idea why. I'm sure an experienced O.C.'er would be able to OC as desired, but it looks like the software is a quart low. I like it for fan control very much. Nice graph for setting. I want to thank Newegg for helping me get the replacement, and I'm sorry for causing all the companies involved for the uneeded replacement costs. In my defense, however, the tech did not know this scenario either, and encouraged me to request replacement.

Cons: One egg for EasyTune being a quart low, and BIOS default needing Legacy set to Legacy 1st. I was ready to heave it out before stumbilng on this. That and the mouse won't allow all settings. You have to use the keyboard and some new keystrokes on the advanced BIOS screen (or so it seems to me.) The 3D is a bit lame because not all memory setting can be done there. What's the real difference between Quick and Auto?

Other Thoughts: OK, I've had good luck with Gigabyte boards, and I'll bet this one lasts a long time.

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