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GIGABYTE GA-Z270X-Designare LGA1151 Intel Z270 2-Way SLI Quadro Support Front USB 3.1 Gen 2 Header M.2 U.2 ATX Motherboard
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- Supports 7th/6th Generation Intel Core Processors
- Quadro Support
- Front USB 3.1 Gen 2 Header
- RGB FUSION with Multi-Zone LED light Show Design
- Fast USB 3.1 Gen 2 with USB Type-C and Type-A
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|Chipset Type||intel_z270||intel_z270||—||intel_z270||Intel Z270||Intel Z270|
|Processor (CPU) Model Socket||LGA 1151||LGA 1151||LGA 1151||LGA 1151||LGA 1151||LGA 1151|
|Item Dimensions||13.18 x 10.62 x 3.14 in||8.74 x 7.44 x 3.07 in||12.79 x 10.23 x 2.12 in||13.78 x 10.63 x 3.1 in||13.78 x 10.63 x 3.11 in||10.36 x 2.68 x 12.92 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||2.34 lbs||2.35 lbs||—||3.8 lbs||3.45 lbs|
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|Ram Memory Maximum Size||—||—||—||—||64 GB||64 GB|
Supports 7th/6th Generation Intel Core Processors Dual Channel DDR4, 4DIMMs Quadro Support Front USB 3.1 Gen 2 Header Fast USB 3.1 Gen 2 with USB Type-C and Type-A 3-Way Graphics Support with Dual Armor and Ultra Durable Design Triple NVMe PCIe SSDs in RAID0 Support NVMe PCIe Gen 3 x4 U.2 Connectors ALC1220 1200b SNR HD Audio Intel Gigabit LAN USB DAC-UP 2 with Adjustable Voltage USB RGB FUSION with Multi-Zone LED light Show Design- 2 Zones Smart Fan 5 features 6 Temperature Sensors and 5 Hybrid Fan Headers Gigabyte UEFI Dual BIOS APP Center Including Easy Tune and Cloud Station Utilities, ATX Form Factor. 305mm X 244mm.
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I bought 4 of them, and installed them all into computers right away. All of them worked great the first time. All of them saw 6 cards right away.
* BIOS upgrades easily from within the BIOS itself
* Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO fits with my 2 DDR4 sticks. The fit might be a little tight if you've got 4 sticks but I think it's doable.
* Very flexible fan control system with several temperature sensors that can be used to control individual fans.
* The red ambient LEDs on the motherboard can be turned off in the BIOS
* I wish there were more options for tweaking memory speed. As far as I can tell, I can use the XMP profile or not, but I can't adjust the clock multiplier manually. Not a big deal at the end of the day.
Pros: It looks nice. Plenty of slots and space for what I needed. The motherboard seems well organized, and is easy enough to use when assembling your own desktop computer.
Cons: The bios is a bit below par, and by that, I mean not very user-friendly. It's a bit confusing to use, and unhelpful detecting errors, especially when something goes wrong, see below:
The motherboard I bought was defective; the Ethernet port on the motherboard did not work. After trying absolutely everything, (which was quite a hastle), I determined that the product I received was at fault. By that time though, the motherboard was installed into my desktop computer, and the last thing I wanted to do was disassemble everything. I decided to keep the motherboard. As a solution, I bought a PCI Ethernet Adapter, and have been using that to connect to the internet.
I haven't had any further issues since then. Once you get it up and running, the product seems quite resilient.
I bought this motherboard to replace an identical one that would not turn on after it was accidentally drowned in coffee while powered on. I washed the entire PC down in distilled water, then dried everything in neat isopropanol and left it in a dessicator oven for two days before reassembling it. The motherboard still refused to power up with no peripherals attached, and since it was the least expensive part of the system, I bit the bullet and purchased another one (the price was much improved since my initial purchase).
To my chagrin, the new motherboard wouldn't power up either, so I began the heartbreaking process of isolating the remaining failures, all of which were more expensive to replace, but in the long run, I was able to get both motherboards working, as well as my graphics card, RAM, CPU, and power supply, by clearing the NVRAM multiple times. So I can confidently say that this board can handle at least one beverage without permanent damage. For my trouble, I hence gained both a spare motherboard and the value of an important lesson about liquids and computers.
Being a veteran of the "wait state" era of PCI/VLB/ISA motherboards, I was concerned that this board has PCI and PCIx slots on it, but after researching it a little I am confident that there is no slowdown associated with the multiple bus topologies. All of the PCI slots share one bridge, and the PCIx slots effectively each have their own "bridge" on any board with the Z170 architecture.
I am using this board with an i7 CPU to record and edit music, edit video, and play games like Overwatch and Fallout 4, and with everything on "ultra," my GTX970 is the only bottleneck, which I can totally live with.
I'm using this board with dedicated recording studio hardware, so I did not try out the LED lighting effect. The LEDs are there to showcase the fact that the audio section is isolated mechanically from the bus, and diodes emit audible noise in circuitry, so putting LEDs in the isolation channel kind of defeats the purpose of isolating the audio in the first place. But if you are into that sort of thing, you can set the on-board LEDs to pulsate with music and game/multimedia audio. It's a neat touch, if a little bit gimmicky.
Heat sinks are all spring-mounted and include silicone pads, not "white goop," so disassembling, washing, and reassembling the board is very quick and easy.
Bottom line is, if you like coffee and gaming, and you're a klutz, I definitely recommend this board, but if you just want a good motherboard I still recommend it.
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