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Date First Available
June 29, 2017
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So far so good. No issues really. System went together very smoothly and was up and running quickly. While i was waiting for my hardware to arrive i had a few moments of worry, concerned that choosing such a low end mother board for a purpose built gaming PC might have been a mistake, but so for it's been great.
I'm running this little guy with a I5-6500 CPU and a GTX970. The two DDR4 slots are obviously filled. I only went with 8GB because i was trying to focus all of the money on things that mattered right now with game performance. I ran the Oculous Rift compatibility tester with my system the other day and it's getting a thumbs up so i think that i have chosen well.
Full system specs are: Gigabyte Motherboard Micro ATX DDR4 LGA 1151 GA-H110M-S2H GSM Intel Boxed Core I5-6500 FC-LGA14C 3.20 Ghz ASUS Graphics Cards TURBO-GTX970-OC-4GD5 Crucial 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4-2133 Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD Corsair Carbide Series Air 240 High Airflow Case Corsair CX Series 430 Watt ATX/EPS Modular 80 PLUS Steam Controller, Xbox One controller + USB module
Gigabyte Motherboard Micro ATX DDR4 LGA 1151 GA-H110M-S2H GSM: First, let me say that all of the advertising hype is true. This is a top-quality MB. Not only that, it works great and has a very deluxe BIOS for many options. I installed an “i3” cpu and 8gigs of ram. The built in video is excellent and very fast. An unexpected feature was a 3rd SATA port. Note: this is a very small MB. It fits in an Mini-ITX type case. I am completely satisfied.
This mobo seemed to have a few issues, until I updated to the latest BIOS, and then it seemed to work itself out. Once I installed Windows again, it seemed to work correctly. Other than that, this is a pretty descent board, and dont appear to have any issues with it at all with Windows 10 installed.
At the moment, I am not too happy. I received the parts in this order and assembled everything in my case. Currently, the system powers on, there is no video change on the monitor and no sound/beep codes from the board, but the fans run for about 30 seconds or so and the system stops. It sits in the stopped state (as if it is off) for about another 30 seconds and then automatically powers on again and this cycle continues. I cannot get into the BIOS to reflash because nothing shows on the screen. I have removed all items from the motherboard (memory, drive connections, fans, etc) and it still does the same thing. I have submitted a support ticket on the Gigabyte website and for nearly 24 hours, it is "being processed" with no response so far. I have not had problems with Gigabyte products before, but if this is where they have devolved to, this might be my last. I am continuing the troubleshooting on my own, the best I can, so I can determine what, if any, parts I can RMA.