|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
Gigabyte Intel LGA 2011-3 X99 4way SLI/CrossFireX ATX Motherboards GA-X99-UD4
|CPU Socket||LGA 2011|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR4|
|Chipset Type||Intel X99|
|Memory Storage Capacity||64 GB|
|RAM Memory Maximum Size||64 GB|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E|
|Memory Slots Available||8|
|System Buy Standards Supported||SATA 3|
|Total SATA Ports||10|
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- LGA 2011-v3
- Chipset: Intel X99
- Memory: 8x DDR4-2133/ 1866/ 1600/ 1333 DIMM Slots, Quad-Channel, Non-ECC, Max Capacity up to 64GB
- Slots: 4x PCI-Express 3.0 x16 Slots (two run at x8), 3x PCI-Express 2.0 x1 Slots, 1x M.2 Slot (M.2 Wi-Fi)
- Audio: Realtek ALC1150 7.1-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC, Support for S/PDIF Out
- LAN: Integrated Intel Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Socket: LGA 2011-3
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|Chipset Type||Intel X99||—||Intel X99||Intel C246|
|CPU Socket||LGA 2011||LGA 1151||LGA 2011||LGA 1151|
|Item Dimensions||15 x 13 x 4 inches||13.18 x 10.62 x 3.14 inches||11.02 x 8.66 x 1.5 inches||13.58 x 11.57 x 2.76 inches|
|Item Weight||3.90 lbs||3.00 lbs||—||—|
|Memory Slots Available||8||4.0||—||4.0|
|RAM Memory Maximum Size||64.0 GB||—||32.0 GB||—|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4|
|Total Pci Slots Free||7||—||—||—|
|Total SATA Ports||10||—||—||—|
LGA 2011-3 Intel X99 4 WAY SLI/Crossfire 8 Memory DIMM Slots
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Dan - 35 years Computer Systems Engineer.
The cables needed are MHF4 to RP SMA male, about 8 inches long. It has taken a lot of research to find this out, and I've already ordered two sets of cables that were wrong. So far I have not been able to find the cables, and Gigabyte does not sell them. However, they come with the G1 Gaming version of their motherboards! Gigabyte customer support was very courteous and attentive, but they were not able to help me procure a set of cables that work. In fact, I even ordered a set of cables through Amazon from a link that was provided by Gigabyte, and those cables did not fit. They had an MHF1 connector on them, which is giant in comparison to the MHF4. I still have an open ticket with Gigabyte regarding this issue.
So be warned. If you plan to use this board with the Intel 7260NGW wireless-ac card (M.2, also known as NGFF, or Next Generation Form Factor), you will have to find a supplier for the cables that provide connectivity from the card to the rear-mounted antenna, which you will also need to purchase separately. Good luck!
Other than the M.2 problem, which would have been a deal breaker had I known about it before purchasing, this seems to be a very feature-packed mobo. I am running two NVidia GTX 970 G1 Gaming graphics cards in SLI, an i7-5820K CPU, and 16GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666MHz RAM, and it is a screamer. I use a Samsung 500GB SSD, which is a game-changer when it comes to perceived performance gains. The BIOS in this board had stability issues in earlier revisions, but the latest revision is very stable and the board I got had the latest BIOS version installed. There are also many overclocking provisions within the BIOS for those people who want to squeeze more performance from their gear, but this board is only for the Haswell-E Intel chips, which are brand new, so there really shouldn't be much "need" to overclock yet. I'm currently running both my CPU and graphics cards at stock speeds and have no issues whatsoever maxing out the settings in any new game, while driving three 27" monitors at a resolution of 6000 x 1080p.
I spent a great Saturday building this and was super happy to start it up. DDR4 RAM, SSD Drive. Woo hoo.
Latest drivers, latest BIOS (F12). Everything up to date. Everything (even the power supply, 850W) tested in another machine.
The problem is that the system just randomly restarts. Click, reset and restart. After a few minutes or after a few hours. I had 2 days of uptime once. After that, I needed to reset the BIOS physically by shorting a few pins on the MB. No prior notice. Nothing in the Windows Event logs - just notice that the previous restart was unexpected. Nothing in the BIOS. What a stinker.
First, I tried with EVGA power supply support and we proved that the power supply was fine in another computer. Their support was awesome.
So, i tried Gigabyte support and ended up opening two cases (ticket 104899, 106525). Because I'm out of the country, I was directly to Latin America support, who answered me in English and told me to open a case via Facebook. Yes, Facebook. Of course, Gigabyte didn't answer.
Then I forced the support site to let me open a case in the US (109046). And they haven't replied.
I'm open to suggestions from anyone out there about how to fix it, or what I can do with a useless, $250 piece of silicon
Oh, and Amazon tells me that I've exceeded the return window (it took a while to get someone to bring it to me, so mea culpa, I guess.)
The board occasional refuses to boot and instead sits in a boot loop before the bios even loads until i remove power from the pc and try to turn it on again. Occasionally the USB ports don't work on boot. Of course you dont know this till the computer is fully booted and the devices connected to them just seem to have dissipated from the computer. My keyboard and mouse are USB so i had to pull the power cord to correct that to.
Always gave me errors and would not boot when i used a high end Nvidia GPU (pcie 16x, not is SLI or anything.). Had to drop down to a mid range card to get it to boot. Took days for me to get support to tell me that they just did not support all of Nvidia's cards on this board. Now i have to wonder when i try to upgrade GPU's if the better card will work or not.