Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H

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1 TweakTown
"Now that the all mighty NDA has lifted on the new Llano platform, we're able to bring to you all those motherboards that support the new APU from AMD. Today we'll be looking at the GIGABYTE A75-UD4H. Like the ASUS board, we have already done an extensive preview on this one, so if you haven't already looked at it, I highly recommend you go check out GIGABYTE A75-UD4H (AMD A75) Llano Motherboard Preview to see what's going on with the look of the board and the bundle."
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2 Bjorn3D
"When we looked at Llano, we determined that its CPU performance is similar to Athlon II X4 or Phenom II X4 840 processor, so why would a discrete GPU user choose Llano instead of an Athlon II X4 or Phenom II X4? Should the user choose a more expensive CPU for gaming? Firstly, Llano is more power efficient and runs much cooler than the 45nm processors. We'll be testing the second question today."
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3 TechPowerUp
"Gigabyte sent us their newest platform product Gigabyte A75-UD4H, based on AMD's "Hudson" chipset and the AMD FM1 socket. The FM1 platform isn't intended to be a maximum performance platform, but rather seeks to renew entry-level performance and connectivity, but that hasn't prevented Gigabyte from providing us with a board with some serious overclocking potential, the Gigabyte A75-UD4H."
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4 X-Bit Labs
"Gigabyte got to the point where the final price of a product like that reached as much as $123. In other words, its price is in the range of the top Socket FM1 processor – A8-3850 ($135). So, it turns out that Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H is an expensive mainboard for inexpensive systems. So, why will be the target user group in this case?"
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