Summary: We don't know where to start with the Gigabyte A75-UD4H. It's almost perfect. There are but two things we can really find lacking, the old-style BIOS, and number of available USB 2.0 ports, which itself isn't a problem for near anyone providing they use a case.
The GA-A75-UD4H clocks well, has more USB 3.0 ports than you'll need, both on the blackplate and available via internal header, and has more slots than you'll ever need, too.
Pros: Full of features, Good memory support, EFI BIOS with support for 3TB+ drives, Excellent overclocking abilities, Truly raises the bar for entry-level performance and functionality, with minimal cost.
Cons: Limited included software, No obvious added power-saving features, Almost too much functionality for an entry-level platform, May be overlooked by many, just simply because of the platform it supports.
Excerpt: 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.
Excerpt: Dacă pentru moment procesoarele AMD cu arhitectura sub denumirea unui utilaj de şantier întârzie la distracţie, placa de bază GIGABYTE A75-UD4H este pregătită pentru mult mai prezentele AMD APU Fusion astfel că în aşteptarea buldozerelor vom vedea de ce este în stare această platformă cu socket AMD FM1.
Pros: Layout excelent, aerisit, Performanţe foarte bune în O.C., Dotări generoase