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GIGABYTE GA-Z97X-UD3H LGA 1150 Intel Z97 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

  • Intel Z97
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  • Andrew C.
  • 7/11/2014 4:21:56 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
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1 out of 5 eggsA little Disappointed

Pros: Haven't found any yet

Cons: Well got the board was excited been about 5 yrs since I've had the money to buy all new components for a system. Got this board giddy with anticipation when the rest arrived and began to build. Got everything hooked up pushed the power button, heard the whir of the PS and then it shut off. Weird i thought, bought new case, PS figured now I got it. Still no joy powers up for about one sec, fans begin to rotate then it dies...really sad about now :(

Other Thoughts: I just wanna new system to use, really bummed because it is gonna take longer to enjoy a new system :(

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3 out of 5 eggsIdentity Crisis

Pros: I have used Gigabyte boards for years and I (knock on wood) have never had an issue with quality or features. Unfortunately that trend does not continue with this main board. Cutting to the chase, I think this board was rushed to market to make sure it was released in time for the Haswell refresh.

It's almost as if Gigabyte included the features people are expecting for a z97 chipset, but didn't take any other parts of the board into account. I'll get into that a little bit more in the other areas. As it stands, this is not a bad item but I can't justify the price they are asking for what's included.

It is really nice to see the M.2 spec included. Of course you get UEFI which is like night and day when coming from an old BIOS. In fact it has double BIOS, so if you make a mistake you have some redundancy to fall back on. Although not entirely comprehensive, the overclocking features are nice to have.

Cons: So looking back at the pros, they are also the parts where I just don't think time was spent on any other area. Want to use that new M.2 feature? Great, but now you are two SATA ports down. Want to use two or more video cards? Great, but now you're down at least one PCI slot. Want to overclock your new Haswell? Great, but good luck pushing it and keeping the mosfets cool at the same time.

Like I said, they included features an enthusiast wants and craves, but none of the supporting features you really need to put the whole package together. If you aren't going to use all of those features then this board will work fine, but then it would be overpriced for what it's used for. Like I said, identity crisis.

Other Thoughts: Because there aren't too many supporting boards (on release) for the Haswell refresh, I'm sure the enthusiasts are willing to look past some of it's pit falls. But now that more are coming to market you may want to do some deeper comparison shopping before making a decision. Again, this is not a BAD product, you just might have a touch of buyers remorse after reading reviews for something else in the same price range.

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat budget board for mid-range enthusiasts

Pros: This was a motherboard that I was considering to go into my next build (and Newegg, being awesome, made it one to be reviewed).

I was very impressed with the features this board had to offer, and how easy it was to make use of them. The single biggest feature of this board in my opinion is the BIOS; it actually has a GUI complete with mouse and keyboard support (There is the option for the more standard BIOS setup which is easily turned on the moment you enter it for those who prefer). The descriptions for each entry are also pretty easy to understand or google if you're unfamiliar. Overclockers will like this board, too, for the ease of tweaking your hardware. Pretty much anything that can be tweaked, is tweakable: CPU base clock and multiplier (if your CPU supports that), RAM speeds and timings, PCIe speeds, voltages for everything, etc. I had a really fun time just tweaking my system getting it to run at its most efficient.

The onboard RAID controller was also very easy to set up; I didn't have any hardware to be able to test the M.2 capabilities, but I had to make use of all the SATA ports anyway. I particularly prefer the 90 degree SATA ports; helps with cable management.

Cons: There's only 1 actual con worth mentioning: in order to use the M.2 function some of the SATA ports need to be disabled and are useless.

These next two points aren't really “cons”, per-say; just something to be aware of: no PATA ports (I had to buy a new ODD to install the operating system), and the RAM needs to be manually overclocked in the BIOS to make use of any speeds greater than 1600.

Other Thoughts: For some reason, there was always a “PCI Simple Communications Controller” in my device manager that never got properly installed, despite using the driver CD that came with the board and downloading drivers off GIGABYTE's website. I've no idea what it's for, but I haven't and don't foresee myself running into any issues.

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4 out of 5 eggsSolid board for starters, Not for high end PCs

Pros: Most importantly this board has room for lots of CPU upgrades. You can start on the 4th gen Intel and keep t for the 5th Gen too.

I like the board and the thought of the SATA Express on-board and the M.2 SATA. Best way to maximixe the SSD speeds without RAID ( Board does Support RAID)

The board has plenty of USB 3.0 on the back (4 total and 2 on-board)

This board is very friendly for legacy monitors and input devices. Supports VGA and DVI video connections. Has PS2 input devices for legacy keyboards and mice.

The spacing of the board is proper for multiple graphics cards in SLI or Crossfire mode.

Support the latest generation of Intel processors.

Solid piece of hardware- Copper is used and you can tell by the weight and the cooling ability by the board.

Cons: Running multiple SSD's for Windows 7 and Windows 8 for Dual boot, you need all the SATA ports you can get since partitioning the SSD's is not really economically practical with the top drives being expensive just for the OS.

Need to fix the issue with the the SATA Ports. No need to disable them if the M.2 or SATA Express in running. Need to find a fix for this.

Data drives are large, but the board still should support more as it has the ports for them.

Other Thoughts: Would like the Board to have the latest LED status lights for the BIOS. The board has the best intentions of being a top competitor but lacks the visual appearance as being the latest to a noob with the lights missing.

I would have liked to see DDR slots be triple channel. Dual is fine but I like more channels personally. (even though the Video cards handle the processing of encoding)

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4 out of 5 eggsdecent board for the money, has it's problems

Pros: Good processor range, support all 4th gen and upcoming 5th gen procs.
Installed 32GB DDR3-2400 at stock timings with out issue.
Decent overclocking ability-see cons
tons of BIOS tweaks

Cons: Right from the start I expected problems with this board. The mofset heat syncs were loose and barely made contact with the mofsets
overclocking is limited due to the mofset cooling problem
My 4770k would only go to about 4.2Ghz on this board with my custom liquid system. On my main motherboard ASUS Z97 deluxe the same processor will do 4.8Ghz.
the build quality needs work guys... back to the drawing board with this one
one other thing, the middle right standoff is in a weird spot, did not match up with my case

Other Thoughts: testing system:
this motherboard
32GB G Skill Sniper DDR3-2400
Intel 530 180GB M.2 SSD boot drive
Coolermaster HAF932 case with 2 quad-120 Dangerden radiators, 2x DD pumps

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4 out of 5 eggsNice new Z97 board

Pros: 1. Four SATA cables in the box. Two 180 degree (on both ends) and two 90 degree (on one end). All my other motherboards only included two.

2. Support for SATA Express and M.2 SSD.
- Note: enabling either of these functions disables two of the six SATA ports.

3. Zillions of USB ports (six 3.0/2.0, and eight 2.0/1.1). Four of each speed are on Back Panel Connectors, the rest are Headers on the motherboard.

4. Zillions of Voltage and Frequency overclocking options in the BIOS. I'm not an Overclock-er, since I prefer to have some Guard-band on my PCs.

5. Video is smooth (e.g. mp4 at 1080p). I used a low end/cost Intel G1840 CPU in my Testing. See NewEgg product N82E16819117301.

6. Windows 8.1 installed all the hardware drivers except two (these appear as yellow explanation marks in the Windows Device Manager).
- PCI Simple Communications Controller
- SM Bus Controller
These were cleared after installing the recommended drivers from the included DVD. I believe I could have merely installed the Intel Chip-set driver.

7. The DVD also includes: Gigabyte APP (various applications to backup/update the BIOS, tune/monitor the motherboard, etc. from Windows).
The Hardware Monitor APP (SIV or System Information Viewer) worked OK, but I found the Display large and ugly. For example, switching the Display to "list mode" places a full screen height vertical bar on the right hand side of your screen. You can move the display, but you cannot re-size it (you can't even eliminate the blank lines).
Google Chrome and Drive are also on the DVD.

Cons: 1. No Status LEDs on the motherboard. I've grown to like the Status LEDs on my MSI motherboards.
- I used 8GB of Avexir DRAM in my Testing. It has Status LEDs (first DRAM with LEDs I've owned). See NewEgg product 9SIA0ST08P6214.

2. The Front Panel Header Power LED is On when the system is operating, and Off when the system is in S3/S4 sleep state or powered off (S5). I like the option to Blink the LED in S3/S4 sleep state.
- I own ASUS and MSI motherboards with BIOS settings that allow you to Blink the Power LED when in S3 Standby mode.

3. Only Six SATA ports. Enabling SATA Express or M.2 SSD disables two of them. I'd prefer more SATA ports for greater storage attachment / connectivity (i.e. without all operating simultaneously at maximum bandwidth).

4. The BIOS (even with the "Gigabyte Splash" screen disabled) does not display the amount of DRAM installed and the list of attached SATA drives when the PC Boots.
- Every other motherboard I own support this function.

5. Seven motherboard standoffs. Six were not an issue, but my Antec One Hundred case did not have a screw hole for the center/right standoff.

Other Thoughts: 1. The motherboard supports UEFI BIOS (as all new boards should). Unfortunately every motherboard vendor lays out their GUI differently.

2. From DVD, I was unable to install Windows 8.1 Pro Preview with the hard drive formatted as GPT (for UEFI). The Windows 8.1 Installer kept reformatting the hard drive as MBR. GPT mode installed successful when initiated from a USB Flash Drive (vs. DVD).

3. In the Intel i3, i5, i7 nomenclature, the G1840 is basically an i1 (dual core, no Hyper Threading) vs. i3 (dual core, with Hyper Threading) vs. i5 (quad core, no Hyper Threading) vs. i7 (quad core, with Hyper Threading).

4. Having no major issues with my install, I recommend this LGA 1150 motherboard for Intel Haswell CPUs. Hope to see DDR4 with Broadwell in 2015.

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4 out of 5 eggsGood Intro Board for BYOC

Pros: >fan headers 100% PWM
>isolated sound card
>two PCIe 3.0 slots
>dual BIOS
>Solid State Caps
>SATA Express
>TPM Connector (a cryptography interface)

Cons: >2 GPU setups will block one PCIe x1 slots, and the only PCI slot.
>3 GPU setups will block all the same slots as the 2 GPU setup, as well as the PCIe 2.0 slot.
>Not 100% PCIe 3.0/3.1
>non switchable, non-removable BIOS
>PWM heat sinks lack thermal tape - just springs
>No Thunderbolt or DisplayPort
>'Narrow' PCIe bus - you can use the m.2, PCIe Express port, or SATA3 ports #4 & #5, but only one of these options. Albeit, this is not uncommon - even among the top-level boards.

Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a basic board, you get a lot for your money with this one. It has a lot of the 'details' of the more expensive, enthusiast boards out there (100% PWM fans, integrated sound card is electronically isolated from the rest of the board - and even between the left and right channels). BUT, you're never going to want to do anything too extreme or crazy with this board. While capable on paper of multi-GPU (2-way SLI, or 3-way Crossfire), its physical layout is not really conducive to this. The lack of consistent PCIe revision prevents 3-way SLI, and the arrangement and spacing of the bus interface slots means you can either have multiple GPUs, or you can have many kinds of add-in cards (network, sound, RAID, SSD, etc). All that said, this board is not priced for this kind of enthusiast configuration. It is priced as an "DIY intro" board. It has a lot of the enthusiast touches, with the PWM fans and most of the latest interfaces.

Meaning, this board will be nearly perfect for anyone looking to do their first build. If you really want to SLI your first build, you could. If you really want to do a RAID/NAS/Server setup with your first build, you could. If you want to build a a HTPC or PC game console, you could. But you really cant do more than one of these things.
Also, forget about overclocking. The latest PWM, voltage regulators, and mosfets do run very cool most of the time. Cool enough to not really require However, without a proper interface between these parts and their heat sinks, they will get very hot, very quickly. At the same time, there is no way to manually switch between the BIOS chips (or replace them yourself - at least without knowing what you are doing when it comes to SMT soldering). This means if you mess up the settings once, you're automatically dumped to the second chip from then on. Mess up a again, and your board might as well be dead. A switch lets you work with experimental settings on the second chip, keeping the stable settings on the first chip. If they were removable, you could easily replace any chips you accidentally kill. Just a couple more reasons why this is a good intro board - but not for anything beyond that.
Personally, I plan on using this board as the platform for a DIY SteamMachine. I will only need one GPU, maybe a sound card, a a HDD or an SSD, and won't be overclocking.

Ultimately, I'm giving this baord 4 stars. It is good for the price, but things like the lack of proper interface material on the heat sinks, as well a low number of SATA ports if you use either the m.2 or SATA Express interfaces.

I know this is nit picking, but I'm looking at the USB3.0 ports. 2 up and to the left of the stack of 4 USB2.0 ports, and 2 down and to the right. The part of my that has to reach around behind the computer and fumble with the USB ports wishes that all of the USB3.0 ports were in the same stack - like the USB2.0 ports.
FYI: no add-on brackets are included with this board.

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4 out of 5 eggsGIGABYTE GA-Z97X-UD3H LGA 1150 Intel Z97 Motherboard

Pros: Before I begin my review on this product, let me set the record straight on something. NewEgg DOES NOT PAY their Eggxpert Reviewers ANY MONEY for a review (GOOD OR BAD - ON ANY PRODUCT)!!! When they 1st asked me to become a reviewer, they told me that I could post ANY TYPE of review that I wanted to, either GOOD OR BAD! The only thing that they asked me to do was to be honest in my review, which I try to be. Now that this is finished, let's start...

This is the 1st MB that I've had that required an Intel Processor since the days of the Pentium II. Now don't take me wrong, I'm not an Intel Fanboy by any means, nor do I particularly dislike them. In fact I like them a great deal except for 1 MAJOR thing. THEIR PRICES!!! It just makes more sense (to ME anyway) to buy an AMD Processor for half the price of an Intel Chip that does the same job for a cheaper price. Not only that, but right now IHas a lot of nice features BUT... have 2 AMD PC's that are running 8-Core Processors and (to the best of my knowledge) Intel doesn't even make an 8-Core Processor. At least not yet anyway. So much for that argument.

Things I DO like:

+1. Supports up to 32GB of Memory. With a long list of Overclocking features.
+2. 1 D-Sub, HDMI, and DVI-D Port. I like this feature!
+3. 2 Manuals. See OTHER THOUGHTS!
+4. Support for RAID 0, 1, 5, AND 10. Nice!
+5. Has a DUAL BIOS feature. Nice!
+6. Anti-Surge AND ESD Support on BOTH the USB Ports as well as the Ethernet Port. Nice feature!
+7. Includes a Driver CD. See OTHER THOUGHTS!

Cons: Things I DON'T like:

-2. ONLY 1 M2 PCIe Connector. See OTHER THOUGHTS!
-3. ONLY 1 SATA Express Connector. See OTHER THOUGHTS!
-3. 6 USB 2.0 Ports (4 on the Back Panel, and 2 on the MB Headers). See OTHER THOUGHTS!
-4. 6 USB 3.0 Ports (4 on the Back Panel, and 2 on the MB Headers). See OTHER THOUGHTS!

Other Thoughts: My FINAL THOUGHTS about this MB.

1. ONLY 6 SATA 6MB Ports. On my MAIN PC that I use, it has 6 SATA Ports holding the following: (1-4TB, 1-3TB, and 4-2TB HD's running for a total of 15TB) while my NEW Server has a total of 9 SATA Ports holding 9-4TB HD's for a total of 36TB. To me, a MAIN PC with LESS THAN 6 SATA Ports is deficient. To me, the MORE THE BETTER!
2. ONLY 1 M2 PCIe Connector. This is the 1st MB that I have seen that will support 3 different sized cards at 10GB speeds. The problem is that the M2, SATA Express AND the SATA 3 4/5 Connectors can ONLY be used ONE AT A TIME! Plus, the SATA 3 4/5 Connector becomes unavailable WHEN an M2 SATA HD is installed. This, (IN MY OPINION AT LEAST, IS A BAD FEATURE!)
3. 6 USB 2.0 and 6 USB 3.0 Ports. While I applaud the fact that this MB has 12 USB Ports, it doesn't make a bit of sense (in this day and age anyway) to have ANY USB 2.0 Ports at all. When you consider the fact that USB 3.0 is the de-facto standard today, it doesn't make ANY sense at all. Plus when you consider the fact that USB 3.0 is backwards compatible with USB 2.0, WHY have them in the 1st place???
4. Both the Anti-Surge AND the ESD features are nice options that EVERY USER will like, including myself!
5. The Manuals!!! This is the 1st manual that I have seen that goes more deeply into the actual workings of the BIOS, and what the individual features do. While it is NOT as comprehensive as WikiPedia, it's a good start. It would be nice if ALL MANUFACTURERS would include 2 Manuals (1 typed ((BASIC)) Manual, as well as 1 ((MORE COMPREHENSIVE)) PDF Manual on the Driver CD). Still, way to go Gigabyte, this is a nice start!

I took off 1 egg for the M2/SATA problem that I described above. Other than this, it's a nice board. Overall, I like this MB. It has a ton of features that most Intel Fanboys will like. Now while I consider it to be lacking in some features, other users will find it to be adequate for their needs. While I still consider the Intel CPU to be WAY OVERPRICED for my needs, I am sure that others will not complain about it too much. If you're a fan of the Intel CPU's, then you can't go too wrong with this MB.

I have had a number of Gigabyte MB's in the past and have never had a MAJOR problem with them. They make good MB's, and did a good job here as well.

Hope this helps!!!

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat overall board

Pros: Tons of Options and features
Lots of Ram overclocking features
Very nice BIOS
Very quick boot time
M.2 support and SATA Express
Good RAID options
Dual BIOS (auto fail over in a BIOS failure or a failed settings change)
Built in Anti-Surge
Legacy support

Cons: The PMW coolers on the board I don’t feel are as solid as they could be.

Other Thoughts: This is a great all around board. It has everything on it. From having an SSD mount on board and SATA Express to PS/2 ports (keyboard & mouse) and a PCI slot. In my opinion this is one of the best all round boards I have owned before. Going to do my best to cover each portion of the board during this review.

M.2 slot. This will hold 3 different size cards and supports 10Gb/s. Most M.2 capable boards will not hold the longer M.2 cards but this board will.

SATA ports: I wish that it had just a few more ports but it’s going to be enough for the average user. Most people will have a 1-2 DVD/Blu-Ray players and 1-2 HDD’s and this will do that fine plus more. It also has several raiding options 0/1/5/10. All the SATA ports are 6Gb/s with the exception of the SATA Express which is 10Gb/s. I do like the fact that all the SATA ports are side facing and not vertical mounts. This helps with cable management nicely.

Video card support: This will support up to as big of a card as your case can handle. Plus it will handle SLI and Crossfire at 8x8. Also with one thing to note is depending on your card size, if you do run SLI you should still have access to 2 PCIx1 ports. Single cards will be x16 on a PCIe3 port.

On-Board connections (video/audio/inputs): With your on-board video you get VGA, DVI, HDMI. Just enough to triple monitor but if you’re going to do that you probably bought a dedicated card. 4 USB 3.0 and 4 USB 2.0 ports (ESD protected). Gigabit Ethernet port (ESD protected) And 2 freeking PS/2 ports, no idea why this excites me because I’ll never use them but it’s nice to know you have the option should that need occur. The audio is good on here and I’m using the optical port now to a surround sound setup and it’s very good. Not top of the line but good enough to do what most people will need and more.

General Board options: I really like the ESD protection and the Anti-surge protection on this board. Also the Dedicated audio section is a nice option as well. The 3 PCIx1 ports are nice and the PCI port is a nice touch. For those of you that are holding on to that one old but awesome PCI card you can use that here, but adding a second graphics card will cover up the PCI port. There are a ton more options on this board that are pretty sweet and you can read all the details on the company website.

On-board heatsinks: These are good looking but also basic looking. They look robust enough to handle some serious loads. The Z97 chipset cooler is solid and very nice. But the PWM coolers are not up to par in my eyes. It’s not an issue with the heat sink, it is an issue with the mounts. The mounts for these are just plastic pins that slid into the motherboard and then flair out to prevent them from coming back out. Will these cool the board components during heavy load? Yes but i don't like the mounts.

Running out of text, So i love this board and would recommend it for sure.

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  • Wei L.
  • 5/22/2014 12:51:24 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsWork in Progress

Pros: For the most part the board works
The feature set of the board is nice for its price

Cons: Still has a PCI slot? REALLY?

VGA as well? I thought Intel et al have said that VGA will be dead by 2015... I would have preferred another 2-4 USB2 ports in its place

The BIOS needs a bit more cleanup, particularly:
The manual states that "Boot Mode Selection", "LAN PXE Boot Option ROM", "Storage Boot Option Control" & "Other PCI Device ROM Priority" should only be configurable when "CSM Support" is set to "Always". However, "CSM support" is only available if "Windows 8 Features" is set to "Windows 8". If Windows 8 Features is "Other OS" all the settings mentioned above still exists and changeable but "CSM Support" disappears?

That means either those settings above shouldn't be there if "Windows 8 Features" is set to "Other OS" or "CSM Support" is automatically enabled if "Windows 8 Features" is "Other OS". If it's the latter, can this be shown in the BIOS? like make the option visible and set to enabled but unchangeable. Furthermore, the manual should be updated to say "This item is configurable only when CSM Support is set to Always, CSM Support is set to Always if Windows 8 Features is set to Other OS". That will go a long way to make those settings much more clear.

Other Thoughts: To get USB3 working at full speed in Windows 7:
XHCI Mode: Smart Auto
XHCI Hand-off: Disabled
EHCI Hand-off: Disabled

Install intel xHCI driver from gigabyte's website and you get full USB3 speeds, this took a bit of time to figure out...

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