Reviews and Problems with Gigabyte GA-X79S-UP5-WIFI
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Smooth for music production
Flavius Raymundo, Amazon
27 February 2014
Summary: With this board you will have the powerful single CPU systems you can build. Go for it with closed eyes. Little tricky to setup memories. Dont forget to buy a compatible CPU and a CPU cooler too.
Summary: This is a very Solid motherboard and has tons of features to keep the gamer and business user happy, Tons of features that you just cannot get on any other board. my only issue is POST is a bit slow (10-15 Seconds or so ) but once its done posting my system is at my desktop within 5 seconds or so.
Summary: Gigabyte should have updated the BIOS before shipping the product.
Pros: None so-far
Cons: Started with boot loop and no beep - Tried swapping CPU and power supply, didn't help. Contacted Gigabyte, they said the problem is with Motherboard BIOS, it was shipped with old BIOS version. Gigabyte asked me try with Xeon Sandy Bridge CPU and update BIOS, Don't have one, so had to RMA back to ...
Summary: I am a Fan of Asus & Gigabyte Motherboards, since more of 14 Years and always buy one of this 2 Brands. Both are the best and more stable & durable motherboards in the market. My 3 last Mobos was Gigabyte and i was very satisfied with all of them.
Summary: I got my board last night. I plug every component and try to start it up, but I can't reach in to BIOS. My current component: -intel i7 3820 -GTX 650Ti Boost -Corsair Power supply HX750 -WD Black 2TB HD -Corsair 8G*4 1866 Vengeance Memory -SanDisk 256GB SSD Therefore, I looking for the solution...
Have been a Gigabyte Motherboard user since the pentium class processors. They were Ultra Durable.
Mark Chan, Amazon
6 August 2013
Summary: Gigabyte continues to put out impressive motherboards and other computer products. Just recently, however, I ran into problems with 3 of my Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge Gigabyte motherboards. I believe the bioses had to be reprogrammed because of a hacker attacking my and my brother's work computers.
Summary: This was probably somewhere around my 10th build, and this is the first time I've had a bad mobo. EVGA and ASUS have never let me down, yet the first Gigabyte board I get dies after a few days. Thankfully was able to return to Amazon for a full refund.
Summary: The board is good. seems pretty sturdy but... on the first copy I received the pci clip pulled off of the board when switching video card from slot one to slot two. Which brings up another point, they really should number the slots on a diagram in the instructions at least in mine it wasn't clear...