|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|RAM||8192 MB DDR3 1333|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
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Gigabyte Intel Dual-Core Celeron J1800 Soc 2.14GHz Built-In Mini ITX DDR3 1333 NA Motherboards GA-J1800N-D2H
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- CPU (Included): Intel Celeron J1800 Processor (2.41GHz Clock Speed, 2.58GHz Max Turbo, 1MB Cache, Dual-Core)
- Memory: 2x DDR3L-1333 DIMM Slots, Dual Channel, Non-ECC, Max Capacity of 8GB
- Slots: 1x PCI-Express 2.0 x1 Slot, 1x Mini PCI Express 2.0 x1 Slot
- SATA: 2x SATA2 Ports
- CPU built-in: Intel Dual-Core Celeron J1800 SoC (2.41 GHz)
- Memory Support: 2 x 1.5V(1.35V) DDR3/-L DIMM sockets supporting up to 8 GB of system memory; Support for DDR3/-L 1333 MHz memory modules
- Onboard Graphics: 1 x D-Sub port; 1 x HDMI port
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|Processor Socket||NA||NA||LGA 1150||NA|
|Item Dimensions||3 x 9 x 8 in||3 x 9 x 8 in||8 x 11 x 3 in||18 x 24.5 x 11 in|
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|RAM Memory Technology||DDR3 1333||DDR3 1333||DDR3 1333||DDR3 1333|
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Built-in Intel Celeron J1800 (2.41 GHz) Dual-Core processor GIGABYTE Ultra Durable Technology All Solid Capacitors with Humidity Protection New Glass Fabric PCB design LAN with high ESD Protection HDMI, D-SUB ports on rear panels 3.0 port with GIGABYTE 3x USB power GIGABYTE On/Off Charge for USB devicesMini PCI-E expansion slot supports wireless networking cards
Top Customer Reviews
It's not easy though.
First, update the BIOS to F3. To update the BIOS there were a few steps:
1. Without an USB/SATA/etc. attached madly press DEL on restart to get into the BIOS utility
2. Select the CSM and make it enabled. Make sure all devices say "UEFI First" expect LAN which you can disable.
3. Get a blank thumb drive and I follow the article "How to Make a MS-DOS Bootable Flash Drive" on the sevenforums.
4. Download the F3 BIOS from Gigabyte and un-tar it into the root of the USB drive. You'll see three files and you need them all.
5. Insert the USB drive and reboot, saving your changes.
The BIOS will automatically flash when autoexec runs on the drive. When it prompts you to press any key to shutdown, remove the USB drive. Now you can insert your USB installer drive and a BLANK SSD or HDD with no OS install on it. One big problem with this motherboard is it's very difficult to get into the BIOS utility. No amount of pressing DEL when a USB thumb drive is attached works which makes it very hard to pick it as the boot drive. The BIOS will only let you pick a previously attached device as a boot device so there's no way to configure it ahead of time to always boot from the USB thumb drive instead of the SATA port.Read more ›
To release a board that only has drivers for W8 is appalling; compounded by the fact that this fact is mentioned nowhere on the box. The box should have a huge WARNING sign. On the upside, they have now released Windows 7 drivers. BUT:
1. The BIOS has to be updated before you can install W7. There is no guidance given on how to do this on the website apart from "do it from within windows" (how, you morons, I can't load the OS), or "flash from a floppy disk" (as if we all have Floppy drives lying around, or floppies that haven't disintegrated into a pile of iron-oxide come to that). FAIL.
2. The BIOS is rubbish. Not only is it baffling, there is no documentation (that supplied in the box is a waste of trees). The instructions say you hit the <del> key to enter the BIOS. Not on my board you don't - you have to hit <esc> FAIL.
3. Won't recognize USB install media or keyboards out of the box. FAIL.
Having struggled reflashing the BIOS from a USB (see other review(s)), I eventually got W7 installed and it all works fine. But what a palaver. If it wasn't for the above I'd be happy to give it 4 stars (1 off for no SATA-3),
My advice? Don't buy it until the F3 BIOS versions ship. It's a world of pain.
I hope they get thousands returned as not fit for purpose.
It's the only way they'll stop releasing this alpha-test crap on the world.
And the hardware has, so far, been fine. Well done to Intel for making the chips. Gigabyte have created a mobo with has an HDMI and we may get another for a home cinema system
But... the F2 BIOS supplied will only boot Windows 8. On a system Intel has explicitly designed to be Linux friendly. In a form factor likely to be use in embedded systems or by home brewers. Apparently it won't even boot Windows 7.
What? Do gigabyte have any concept of what people need? Well, evidently, no.
So, I agree with the other reviews... only get this board if you know you will only ever need Win 8, or if you are happy with flashing a BIOS. Be aware that if you look at the Gigabtyte BIOS web page - THIS BOARD DOES NOT HAVE Q-FLASH! To do the upgrade, you'll need a DOS boot image - I recommend Joel Inoff's image at joelinoff.com. Have a look at Dougies review and my comment
So, all of the credit goes to Intel.
Gigabyte, on the other hand, couldn't even figure out how to make this board boot a normal operating system out of the box. Which seems like, maybe, kind of an important thing for a motherboard to be able to do?
Don't get me wrong, if you're installing Windows 8 then I'm sure you'll love this board. If you're installing anything else, prepare for the pain. Updating the BIOS is not easy.
Hopefully after all the bad reviews Gigabyte will get their act together for their next release.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought it on sale, knowing that the bios needed to be flashed to support windows 7. Got it working only to have the HDMI port fail a month in. Read morePublished 1 month ago by AnonyMoose
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The Motherboard on this unit is horrible. If you do some research on GA-J1900N-DV3 it will probable scare you right away from this unit with Just Cause. Read more
Great little board. I purchased it mainly for a Linux web browser and it performs better than expected; replaced an old Gigabyte E350N board. Much faster. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ghung
What a pain in the @$$... I've been building systems for over 20 years now, and I think I had more trouble getting an OS installed on this board than any other I've worked with. Read morePublished on July 8, 2014 by Mike
This board is PAINFUL! If you want to load windows 7, forget it! Then... after trying Windows 7 for 3 days, you turn to Windows 8 to load but only to find out you can't even get... Read morePublished on July 1, 2014 by ZEUS
This board was able to push Minecraft on fancy graphics at 1920x1080 at roughly 30fps. It is very responsive, will most likely use more of them for other tiny builds.Published on June 20, 2014 by P. Demers
Like other people have said, the F2 BIOS seems buggy. It regularly froze in the BIOS upon powerup or restarting.
Updating to the F3 BIOS was not easy. Read more