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Gigabyte GA-A75M-UD2H Review

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Tangster 4th October 2011, 08:09 Quote
Says alot about the price inflation of good motherboards when I though £82 was cheap for a good motherboard.
tonyd223 4th October 2011, 08:35 Quote
with all those video out options, doesn't make sense you can only use one at a time...
stst73 4th October 2011, 08:58 Quote
if you buy Gigabyte GA-A75M-UD2H about 85 $ i think you can.
.//TuNdRa 4th October 2011, 09:21 Quote
Wait. How does the FM1 platform cope when you force One and a half Volts through it?! I know most processors just kinda burn and fail at that level.
Material 4th October 2011, 10:16 Quote
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Originally Posted by .//TuNdRa
Wait. How does the FM1 platform cope when you force One and a half Volts through it?! I know most processors just kinda burn and fail at that level.

The Vid of our test chip is 1.4V, so putting 1.5V through it isn't unreasonable.
Krikkit 4th October 2011, 10:58 Quote
Nice performance figures from a spot of overclocking - 20% performance boost is quite respectable for such a budget system. :D
Farfalho 4th October 2011, 14:48 Quote
Meesa like it :D
stoff3r 4th October 2011, 15:27 Quote
Geforce 590 and 40-ish fps in the source-engine and black ops' same age engine? Did I miss something?
Baz 4th October 2011, 15:58 Quote
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Originally Posted by stoff3r
Geforce 590 and 40-ish fps in the source-engine and black ops' same age engine? Did I miss something?

Nope, we did; tests are done using the on-board GPU of the A8-3850.
Lizard 4th October 2011, 15:59 Quote
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Originally Posted by stoff3r
Geforce 590 and 40-ish fps in the source-engine and black ops' same age engine? Did I miss something?

No, you spotted a mistake in the review.

We don't test FM1 boards with the GTX 590, but the on-board graphics.

As such, we're removed the mention of the GTX 590 from this review (it was a carry over from other motherboard reviews, which are tested with a GTX 590).
fluxtatic 5th October 2011, 04:43 Quote
So is the multi-tasking test using Media Player Classic HC, or mplayer? Bit of a difference between the two.
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