Published on 21st November 2008 by
Originally Posted by [USRF]ObiwanIf they ditch the fdd/ide
Originally Posted by crompershaving had all sorts of boards from asus, abit, biostar and others i can honestly say that my P31-DS3L is the most stable mobo i have ever personally experienced and i'll certainly be going for gigabyte next time round
In terms of the "2oz" copper adverts from Gigabyte showing a clearly chunkier PCB, this just doesn't seem to be the case as we compared it to other six-layer PCBs we had in the lab.
Originally Posted by GigaManHello,
Actually the GA-EP45-UD3R is a 4 layer PCB motherboard, not 6 layers like the GA-EP45-DQ6.
Originally Posted by cpemmaTo get some perspective here, "2oz copper" is just 0.07mm thick, a bit thinner than 60g paper. Much improved current handling for sure, but don't expect to spot the difference from the 0.035mm usual stuff visually where most of the board thickness is poxy resin, not copper. ;)
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