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- Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD3H. Types de mémoire pris en charge: DDR3-SDRAM
- Mémoire de type fentes: DIMM
- Canaux de mémoire: Dual. Famille de processeur: Intel
- Processeurs compatibles: Celeron
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Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD3H - 1.0 - Motherboard - ATX - LGA1150-Sockel - Z97 - USB 3.0 - Gigabit LAN - Onboard-Grafik (CPU erforderlich) - HD Audio (8-Kanal)
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1. i7-4790k Intel processor LGA1150
2. Gigabyte Z97X-UD3H motherboard
3. Gigabyte Nvdia GTX960 Windforce video card w 4gb memory & 3 fans & 6 outputs
4. Coolermaster Scout 2 ATX computer case
5. Coolermaster Hyper EVO212 cpu cooler
6. D-Link Extreme DWA-556 pcie wireless card(dual band)
7. Kingston HyperX Fury 32gb 1866mhz RAM (PnP)
8. Belkin USB 2.0 pc card
9. Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD
10.Antec 850 High Current Gamer psu
11.Pioneer BD-RW BluRay DVD/CD writer
12.(next item)Hauppauge 2255 two tuner HDTV pcie card
13.(?)maybe a Creative sound card, but onboard sound is good
My previous experience was rebuilding Gateway computers, and then built an Amazon i7-860 intel win7 HTPC computer in 2010. The i7-860 computer was all purchased here on Amazon and this one too. I started buying the parts 6-7 months ago. I put all the parts on the computer several months ago and thought a friend of mine had a deal on win10. Well that didn't happen. Several weeks ago I ordered the win 10pro disc from Amazon and the entire system booted and flew out the gate. The only glitch I encountered was remedied by removing an older DVD drive, older cables(dummy!), some mobo spacers to fix an under or oversized stand-off issue, and more RAM. Pick one for the solution, because it runs perfect now. Was sometimes not restarting with a black screen, which I chalked up to poor cables or static buildup. Sometimes I run into a problem because, like my parents, they were hoarders, and I keep old stuff, when in fact, I should toss it. You don't spend $1500 on quality parts and then try to save $1 by employing ancient parts. The Belkin 2.0 USB was the only oldie that survived and may go later.
I really would have liked to purchase an Intel board, but they do not make Extreme mobos anymore, only processors. My other Intel board has Bluetooth and an IR unit that is wonderful. That said, this Gigabyte board is great. The bios are spectacular. This is the first time I have seen UEFi bios and they are very cool looking and user friendly. Makes my i7-860 bios look like Fischer Price bios. Many tweaks to be had. Want to overclock, just set the dbl. click on what ever percent you want the machine to run. Simple. Motherboard has plenty of USB3.0s and 2.0s. I also miss not having an eSata attachment like my old i7-860 board. I'm sure if I spent another one hundred on this mobo, I might have picked all those extras I like.
The computer did not have the Nvdia video when I loaded the win10. Gigabyte board comes with onboard sound and video(VGA,HDMI,DVI). This next part blew me away. I got the computer up and running on my Samsung HDTV and my 5k Canon photos were popping on the screen brightly. WOW, the onboard video surpassed everything I've ever seen from onboard usual dullness. The next test was even more wowwing. My i7-860 Intel computer plays the new Tomb Raider game great on normal to high, forget ultimate, won't do it. I loaded up TR on Steam to try out the Intel Graphics. I was not hoping for much. The onboard Intel Graphics ran TR on normal and I was needless to say, shocked. Once I connected the GTX960 Windforce(had to remove the the plate for the upper HD drive bays for it to fit. A two fan GTX960 would not require this maneuver) TR ran on ultimate with ease.
I'm only into the first month of running and I love it. I am looking forward to testing out some usb3.0 transfer speeds now that I have a 3.0 computer and have always had some WD 3.0 2tb Passport drives, a Sabrent usb3.0 HD portable case, and Sata III drives that all may function better in the new environment.
I read this in another review when I was researching things months ago and noticed that the motherboard does not fit perfectly into the Coolermaster Scout 2 case. This did not deter me from purchasing. What that means, the right edge of the board that gets the most downward pressure from RAM, power cabling, and Satas, is unsupported from the bottom edge of the board. The standoffs do not go to the bottom right edge of the motherboard for underneath support. Not sure if that is a Scout 2 problem or a Giga problem. This is the only semi negative I can even remotely come up with. Not a biggy.
The board comes with the latest bios F8. All the drivers on the disc may be older versions. So I went directly to the website and downloaded all the new windows 10 drivers for the motherboard
The bios for this card is great, much better than the Gigabyte bios of the past. Fast booting too.
Motherboard: Gigabyte ATX DDR3 LGA 1150 (GA-Z97X-UD3H)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 (BX80646I74790)
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (RR-212E-20PK-R2)
Drives: 1 Samsung 850 PRO 512GB (MZ-7KE512BW) and 2 Samsung 850 PRO 1 TB (MZ-7KE1T0BW)
Memory: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 32GB (F3-1600C9Q-32GXM)
Power Supply: Cooler Master HAF X - Full Tower (220-G2-0850-XR)
Video Card: Quadro FX 4600
DVD: LG Electronics 22X SATA (GH22NS90B)
Case: Cooler Master HAF X - Full Tower
Wow, picking the motherboard is a hard thing to do. Features, costs, connections. I landed on this one from past experience with the brand being so good, and good reviews.
I am glad I did. First off the basics, it is great quality, and limited amount of those things you never use (like serial ports brake out cables). Everything fit well, even that huge CPU fan.
Special call out is
BIOS – nice GUI, with the most important stuff easy to get at
FAST BOOT – it load QUICK!
Software included ROCKS! the app center was easy to install. Of the software these two are neat;
Easy Tune - “GIGABYTE’s EasyTune is a simple and easy-to-use interface that allows users to fine-tune their system settings or do overclock/overvoltage in Windows environment. ” The net of it is I put the rig together and pressed one button, and it figured out how much it can be over driven. I am at 45% greater than the CPU speed and working fine.
Cloud Station – A remote access to some files and use your iPad as a large glide pad. Neat, but I like Jump Desktop for remote control.
These are excellent realizing that I am building a gaming PC for my son;
Smart TimeLock – Oh my! I set when and how long the computer can be used. I set it to turn off the internet at bed time on weekdays and later on weekends. You can set it to turn off the computer, but loosing the internet will create enough bedtime value.
Smart Recover - I loaded Windows, motherboard drivers, video card drivers, wifi drivers, install the 400 windows updates… and I know my son will in 6 months load enough tag-a-long software (like browser bars) that will slow the machine. This lets you create a backup of the install, (I put it on a USB drive that I will keep). Then If I need to restore the machine I can easily put it back to July 2014.