Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6

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1 Legit Reviews
"The GA-P55M-UD4 is their high-end P55 mATX motherboard featuring the vast majority of the options on the GA-P55-UD6 albeit laid out on a compact mATX canvas. The only thing missing on the GA-P55M-UD4 is the TPM security module, the onboard LED debug reader, half(12) of the power phases, and a few expansion slots which might sound like a lot but in reality isn't nearly that much."
2 Bjorn3D
"We've run the Intel Core i7 870 'top dog' CPU on the Gigabyte and we'd have to say this is one of the best boards we've seen to date. Not just one of the best P55 boards, we mean of all the motherboards we've seen entirely. This one fits into the 'Get away from my motherboard' category. With 24 Phase power, Trusted Platform Module chip, Bluetooth security, 2 oz copper PCB, Dynamic Energy Saver 2, and the Smart 6 suite of features, your going to be hard pressed to find a more feature rich motherboard."
3 Benchmark Reviews
"The consumer might not know what to expect when choosing between the two products, other than one is mainstream (P55) and the other is for extreme enthusiasts (X58). In this article, Benchmark Reviews directly compares the Intel Core i7-860 equipped Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6 motherboard against the GA-EX58-UD4P with Intel Core i7-920. Testi! ng a Core i7-860 against an i7-920 might not seem fair, and it's a little biased to compare P55 against X58, but the final outcome might just surprise you."
4 X-Bit Labs
5 iXBT Labs
"So why the Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6? It looks like a perfect example of the principle "make it glossy no matter the cost". It's a perfect choice for users who want the ultimate motherboard. Or at least to dream about one. Besides, such boards are necessary to show off manufacturer's engineering skills to create bleeding-edge devices. Devices called to amaze people."
7 Overclockers Club
"The Smart Quick Boost utility delivered a 3.84GHz clock speed with the click of the icon or just over 900MHz worth of increase, just by choosing the Twin Turbo option. The Turbo and Faster options delivered clock speed increases, but, as you can imagine, they were not as dramatic as the Twin Turbo option. The 3.84GHz clock speed is about 100Mhz higher than the utilities on the Maximus III Formula and MSI P55-GD65 delivered (at 3.7GHz), but the OC Genie is still by far the easiest to use option with the Gigabyte running a close second."
8 Hardware Secrets
"P55-UD6 is the top shelf motherboard from Gigabyte for Intel socket 1156 processors (Core i5 and Core i7). Let's take a look at this motherboard, with twelve SATA-300 ports, six memory sockets, support to SLI and CrossFireX, 24-phase voltage regulator and more."
9 TweakTown
10 Neoseeker
"Gigabyte offers a broad range of P55 motherboards, including the P55M-UD4 and P55-UD6. The former is a performance oriented microATX board, which packs a bunch of interesting features in a smaller form factor. The latter is their current high-end offering with an impressive 24-phase power delivery system and six DDR3 slots, just like you would find on a X58 motherboard. Both boards support Gigabyte's proprietary Smart6 feature, CrossFire and SLI technologies as well as DDR3 memory at over 2 GHz."
11 PC Perspective
"This board's overclocking achievements were some of the best we've been able to produce out of any P55 board we've currently tested. While the overall voltage settings seem to be on par for the needs of experienced overclockers, we did notice some stability issues with the DRAM's timings and power configurations."
12 PCStats
"Gigabyte has a half dozen boards built around Intel's P55 Express chipset on the market right now, the flagship model being pitched as the ultimate companion to Intel's Core i5 and Core i7 800-series processors. However, with strong competition from the likes of ASUS' P7P55 Premium and MSI's P55-GD80, what really makes the companies' flagship Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6 motherboard stand out from the crowd?"
13 MadShrimps
A couple of motherboard manufacturers are now including SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 chips on their motherboards. In this to the point article, we take look at the performance for SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 compared with their predecessors.