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Reviewed on 2015-11-20
In front of us we have the GIGABYTE X99 Gaming 5P, which is a slightly tweaked Gaming 5 which they originally released in the past. There are no major differences, but the 5P is more comparable to the G1 Wi-Fi with the feature set that it brings to the ta...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Gigabyte uses a three-pronged approach to attracting Haswell-E buyers to its X99-based motherboards. First, its Ultra Durable boards cater to the widest cross-section of potential buyers, with models ranging from the budget-oriented X99-UD3 up to the high...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-01
4Way GPU Support, Matte Black Finish, Dual M.2 Slots Onboard, Power IR Digital PWM, Killer Networks E2201, Awesome Onboard Audio, OC SocketWiFi modules not included, Overclocking wasn't what we had expected, No onboard buttons or test points, 6 Phase VRM?, OC Socket, New UEFI is painfully slow
Earlier this year Gigabyte released a new overclocking motherboard called the X99 Champion . This motherboard was special since it took a different approach to overclocking and instead of focusing on raw CPU frequency they tuned the motherboard for memory...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-22
Form factor EATX CPU support Intel Socket 2011v3 (HaswellE, Xeon) Memory support Quadchannel, 8 slots, max 128GB Sound 8channel Creative Sound Core3D Networking Atheros Killer E2201 Ports 1 x M.2 (up to 2280/80mm), 1 x M.2 (WiFi module only), 1 x SA...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-18
Solid performance, New improved CPU socket, Audio solution based on Creative Sound Core 3D chip, True x16 PCIExpress slot (direct connection with CPU), Lights on the PCH heatsink, PCB isolation, and rear I/O, Killer E2200 networking, Perfect spacing for m...No power or reset buttons on the board, M.2 slot is only a 10 Gb/s slot, BIOS could still use some work
Gigabyte has three very distinct motherboard lines in their X99 lineup and offer quite a lot of motherboards compared to most brands. They have their G1 Gaming Series, Overclocking Series, and Ultra Durable series. While the specific motherboards in each...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-16
Excellent multiGPU support and layout spacing, Superb audio solution with upgradeable opamp, Extra pins in the CPU socket provide good cache/ring overclocking capacity, High quality power delivery system, Red LEDs on the board may appeal to someOnly a 10Gbps M.2 connector – not 20Gbps or 32Gbps, UEFI layout could benefit from layout tweaks, Still the potential for BIOS and instability issues with certain graphics cards.
Branded as part of the G1 Gaming series, Gigabyte's X99-Gaming 5P motherboard features support for up to 4-way SLI and CrossFire, or fewer cards with preferable spacing arrangements. Designated AMP-UP Audio , the sound hardware has been upgraded from Giga...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-27
Gigabyte has one of the largest selections of X99 motherboards. A quick search on their website yields a result of 16 motherboards across three lines. Gigabyte recently released their Champion series. The Champion series of motherboards include four model...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-22
Stock performance, Overclocking potential, Board aesthetics, Illuminated rear panel shield, Board cooling and heat pipe design / layout, CPU socket layout and spacing, UEFI BIOS design and usability, CMOS battery placement, Quality of integrated Creative...Complexities encountered with dialin of base overclock, Odd ATX12V power connector implementation requiring 1to3 power adapter
Courtesy of GIGABYTEThe X99-Gaming 5P is the latest board to be branding as part of GIGABYTE's Champion Series of motherboards with enhanced overclocking and memory support common to board's in that series. The board also features the G1 Gaming-branding...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-20
CPU Switch adds use of 2083 CPU pins for added overclocking stability, Creative Sound Core3D Audio with gain boost and upgradable Op Amp Chip, Gigabyte's patented Dual Bios can save you from your overclocking failures, 30µ Gold plated CPU Socket, RAM and...Dual M.2 Slots don't support using Two (2) M.2 SSDs together or RAID, 3way and 4way GPU require use of Intel Extreme CPU with 40 PCI-E Lanes, No USB 3.1 support (Both MSI and Asus X99 Mobos are sporting USB 3.1), Gigabyte's AutoTune App feature seems to s...
The When the industry told us that “The Desktop PC is dead”, they were wrong. Maybe for the regular PC consumers out there. But, the Computer Enthusiasts and Hardcore Gamers will never abandon the desktop. In fact, manufacturers like Gigabyte have amped u...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-14
GIGABYTE has one of the largest Intel X99 motherboard fleets in the retail market. Instead of leaving just a few models to satisfy their customers, they tend to tailor their segments to better target their end users' needs. GIGABYTE has come out with G1 G...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-03
DDR4 3333MHz supportedReduction to 8x in TRI card formation may put some off, BIOS 'clunky' to use at times, No Debug LED
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Reviewed on 2015-05-01
X99, the best of the best when it comes to general consumer chipsets. Released back in August 2014, this has quickly taken the technology world by storm; offering some of the best performance only before seen in workstation systems.Today at eTeknix, we ha...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-24
It's been seven months since the Haswell-E X99 platform was released to the masses, but their appears to be no end in sight as far as new motherboard options hitting the market. Case in point is GIGABYTE's recent announcement of four new X99 Champion seri...
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