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Intel DZ77GA70K
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Intel Desktop Board DZ77GA-70K Z77 Motherboard

APH Networks
14 September 2012
  • Conclusion: Before Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge, overclocking your CPU involved changing half a dozen settings to try to obtain the highest clock speed. This was because there were so many different ways to obtain your maximum frequency; things were a bit complicated even if you are an experienced computer...
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Intel DZ77GA-70K LGA 1155 Motherboard Review

6 August 2012
  • Summary: We'll be taking a look at one of Intel's motherboards today, specifically the Intel DZ77GA-70K which is part of its Extreme Motherboard series. How can you tell it's an extreme motherboard? Why it has a skull on it of course! All kidding aside there is more to the DZ77GA-70K than just marketing.
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"Roads End" and "Gasper": Intel DZ77RE-75K and Intel DZ77GA-70K LGA 1155 Mainboards Review

X-bit labs
12 July 2012
  • Summary: Both these mainboards belong to the “Extreme” series. The major distinguishing feature of the top model is support of the Thunderbolt interface. Besides, both boards have new Intel Visual BIOS. They boast extensive functionality, work stably in nominal mode and even support overclocking.
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Overall 7

Intel Desktop Board DZ77GA-70K

PC Magazine
25 June 2012
  • Conclusion: The Intel Desktop Board DZ77GA-70K is a fine, if slightly pricey, Ivy Bridge?ready motherboard for those who don?t expect a gala feature set.
  • Pros: Designed to take advantage of Ivy Bridge features. Excellent Visual BIOS. Low power usage.
  • Cons: Mediocre collection of features for the price.
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Overall 9
Value for money 9
Performance 9
Construction 10
Functionality 9
Appearance 8

Intel DZ77GA-70K Benchmark Performance

Benchmark Reviews
6 May 2012
  • Conclusion: IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time.
  • Pros: USB 3.0 hub design adds 3.0 ports without using PCI-E lanes, BIOS to die for, PLX Technologies chip makes the best of the PCI-E lanes you have, On-board WiFi and Bluetooth, POST sequence LEDs enable easy diagnosis of POST problems
  • Cons: Still not feature-competitive as it could be, PCI slots? Really?, Clunky Bluetooth module
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Intel DZ77GA-70K

23 April 2012
  • Conclusion: With the Intel DZ77GA-70K I really didn’t know what to expect when going in. I know my last few experiences with Intel board have been great. But it’s still always hard to get the old non overclockable boards out of your head.
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A quick look at Intel's DZ77GA-70K motherboard

19 April 2012
  • Excerpt: While preparing for a certain upcoming processor launch, we've been spending some quality time with Intel's DZ77GA-70K motherboard. Read on for a quick...
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Expert Review

Silent PC
17 April 2012
  • Summary: The Z77 chipset brings a few new features to Intel's lineup and while it all seems impressive on paper, in reality it's an incremental upgrade. The update to PCI Express 3.0 is the most substantial change, but even gamers with the latest top-of-the-line GPUs won't see any benefit from the extra...
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Intel Z77 Chipset & DZ77GA-70K Motherboard Overview

11 April 2012
  • Excerpt: This week, Intel just launched their new 7 Series line of motherboards and chipsets in preparation for the arrival of 3rd-generation Core processors later this month. These include first- and third-party offerings based on the H77 (mainstream), Z75 (performance), and Z77 (enthusiast) chipsets, made...
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Intel 7 Series Chipset and DZ77GA-70K Review

8 April 2012
  • Conclusion: The Z77 chipset brings us native PCI-E 3.0, USB 3.0, and a few small technological enhancements over the 6 series chipset. Overall, there is no radical new technology on the new chipset that demands an upgrade from a 6 series board.
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