GIGABYTE Z690 UD DDR4 – Geeknetic

Almost everything on a modern motherboard is defined by the chipset, and certainly to a large extent by the processor itself. Part of the connectivity, depending on the processor, depends on it, so the chipset, although still very important, is relegated to secondary functions that Intel, as in this case, uses to differentiate certain ranges of its products.

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GIGABYTE Z690 UD DDR4 – ITHardware

One of the latter is the heroine of today’s article, i.e. GIGABYTE Z690 UD DDR4. This test should therefore be of interest to people looking for an affordable model, as the aforementioned design is one of the cheapest in its class, with a purchase price of approx. PLN 900, which is a low amount for the Z690 chipset (yes, I know that it used to be cheaper). In other words, it is potentially an attractive proposition for those looking to acquire Alder Lake, but of course the price alone is not enough.

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