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Gigabyte AMD FM2+/FM2 A88X Dual-Link DVI D-Sub Triple Monitor ATX Motherboard GA-F2A88X-D3H
Socket FM2+ supports AMD FM2+/FM2 A-series APU GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 4 Plus Technology GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS 2way CrossFire Support GIGABYTE On/Off Charge for USB devices 4 USB 3.0 ports with GIGABYTE 3x USB power HDMI, Dual-link DVI, D-sub ports for Triple-Monitor support High ESD Protection on GbE LAN and USB ports All Japanese solid capacitors design
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Date First Available
September 27, 2013
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I like this board so far. It feels pretty solid and doesn't seem to bend very easily. The install went very easy into a mid-tower that is capable of fitting a full atx board. I found that with the limited writing on the front of the board made it very easy to spot areas that 'I' needed in order to hook everything up.
For my little novice self it has worked very well. It's my first build, but I'm not interested in over-clocking or going crazy big either. So far it runs, no errors, everything works, and I IS HAPPY :)
January 2015- Still going strong! No issues! I use my computer mostly everyday. I've had to do an update with the processor heat-sink and the vid card, but the mobo has handled those changes without a single blip. Very pleased with the easy installation and the fact that she is still running with zero problems.
It's a very good and strong board. I'm running an A10-7850K on it with no issues whatsoever. All boards now ship with Kaveri support. It wasn't too expensive and the all black pcb looks really good. PCI Express 3.0 and SATA 6 Gb/s is available and supports memory up to 2133 MHz with OC going to 2400MHz. The "Ultra Durable" claim is well placed as this feels the part. It overhangs the standoffs on the right side and even pushing in the 24 pin power, I didn't feel it flexed too much.
My only real gripe is that two of the PWM Case Fan headers are located between the socket and top PCI slot. This makes clean cable management difficult if you aren't using them for side intake fans.
I bought this motherboard to build a machine that would be a media server and very casual gaming rig. There currently isn't a lot to choose from in the new FM2/+ department. The options seem to be really cheap or more expensive. This board uses the better A88X chip which supports USB 3.0 and 6Gb/s SATA. Beware the cheaper boards with the A55 chip only support 3Gb/s!
I really like this board. I looks awesome with the black finish, it's marketed as "Ultra Durable" and it definitely seems to be true. Everything is labeled clearly, you really don't even need the manual to figure things out. Beware its not as wide as other ATX boards and in a standard ATX case only a bit more than half of the board is supported. Not an issue but keep it in mind when plugging stuff in so you don't crack the board.
As far as BIOS it's really simple to operate. For those who want to over clock you can control every from memory speed to northbridge speed. You can even control memory latency for individual slots. I've seen some people complain about @BIOS causing some issues but it's worked fine for me and makes updating the BIOS really easy. Easytune6 is also included in the disc and is straightforward to use if you don't want to BIOS to over clock.
Overall I've had zero issues with the motherboard and expect it to last for many years to come. All I can hope is AMD continues to use the FM2/+ socket and this board doesn't become useless in a year or two when I want to upgrade.