Summary: Al momento de decidirme a armar mi Pc hace mas de 1 año, era practicamente la tarjeta madre con mas altas prestaciones y aun hoy en dia sigue dando la talla y manteniendose al dia con muy altas prestaciones. Aunque la tengo con un core2 duo por cuestiones de presupuesto me trabaja excelente, computadora muy rapida; pero pronto le colocare un core2quad. Esta es una tarjeta para raaaaaatooooooo y como tal pienso mantenerla hasta que la muerte nos separe jajaja.
Summary: Purchased this board because my new soundcard wouldn't fit in my old board. Gigabyte makes good quality boards, I've owned three in the past and I have always been happy with them. LGA775 is being retired after 7 years now, so it's hard to find higher end LGA 775 boards now. I consider this board midstream as it lacks dual PCIe x16 slots and it lacks RAID capability.
Summary: Like one of the other reviewers, I've built a lot of desktop systems, using Asus, Abit (RIP), Intel, AS-Rock, DFI, and now Gigabyte boards. My favorites were DFI (LanPartys) and Abit. I also like Asus, but for awhile, I was having problems with their BIOS screen popping up on boot-up, which prompted a lot of calls from users who were unfamiliar with how to get out of a BIOS screen. So I used mostly Lanpartys and Abits. Then Abit quit making mobos.
Summary: At first when I ordered this Motherboard back in september of this year I was bummed out because I wanted to order a different one which I thought was better. It was by Gygabyte as well. When I got the board it looked very nice so i held on to it for the computer. I used it to build my 1st computer. When I got all my parts to come in, finally started up the computer and it was working like a charm.
Summary: First off, I should start by saying this was not my first choice for a new motherboard. Originally, I had decided to go with an Asus 750i SLI. However, after going through 2 of those and then an XFX version of the same motherboard, I gave up on them. I was having too many compatibility issues and the crashes actually ended up damaging my back up external. Out of desperation, I decided upon this board.
Summary: After doing a great deal of research I purchased this mobo, teamed it up with the e-8500 intel core-duo and 4 gig RAM. This was my first build. Started up perfectly, everything loaded and ran without a hitch. Have had for 9 months and still no problems. Solid system! highly recommed. Still don't take my word for it do your homework and check other sites reveiws. Amazon was the best price.
Summary: this product is for the GIGABYTE GA-EP43-UD3L Core 2 Quad/ Intel P43/ DDR2/ A&GbE/ ATX Motherboard As what my title says. -supposed to be at my house between Nov11-15 but arrived today Nov 10 -received it in a new box and packaged good enough to protect the mobo -my mobo came with the following 6 items: *utility dvd/driver disk *user manual *installation guide *1 IDE cable *2 SATA 3Gb/s cables *I/O shield i still have 2 weeks till my new pc is setup so i wont be able to...
Summary: I have been building computers for years now, and I've used them all... DFI, Asus, Abit, Intel... and now Gigabyte. I love their layout, and support. And utilities... the easytune is a SNAP for easily and safely overclocking... I got my 3ghz chip to 3.6 without a hitch, without any extra cooling (altho it is in a Coolermaster High Flow case!) and no extra volts. Paired with quality RAM and a good video card, the system rocks! Highly recommended.