Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7



Gigabyte 990FXA UD7

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The UD7 comes with a typical manual, installation guide, software DVD and a fresh installation guide.

Gigabyte 990FXA UD7

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Also supplied are four USB3.0 cables, the I/O shield and some stickers.

Gigabyte 990FXA UD7

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Last but not least: the accessories which come in particularly good for this board. In total there’s enough connectors from dual up to quad SLI and CFx.

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Last modified: September 1, 2011

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7 Responses to :
Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7

  1. zeepkist says:

    7/10 you must be joking.
    Voltage droop issue, Core unlocking issue and expensive.

    on top of that one miserable usb 3.0 controller for the front, same for the back.
    is this a mb for the future?
    well, not for me.

    1. Albert Vogd says:

      Hi Zeepkist,

      I’m not joking at all. In my eyes 7/10 for a flagship motherboard is a bad score. These top-of-the-line motherboards are supposed to take the crown, regardless of their price. In this case the price barely justifies the quality of the motherboard.

      If the motherboard didn’t have the Vdroop and core unlocking issue it would have had a much better score. It’s up to Gigabyte to fix these problems, or at least show that the Vdroop is essential for the upcoming Zambezi.

  2. zeepkist says:

    i would give it 4/10.

    too many usb 2.0 and not enough usb 3.0

    1. WillHemmens says:

      You use USB 3 for what exactly?

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