Gigabyte P67A-UD7 Review
Not one, but two NEC chips provide a huge amount of USB3.0 ports. With USB3.0 being backwards compatible with USB2.0 it's been a surprise that more manufacturers aren't switching most of their ports to USB3.0.
The IO panel really highlights what a quality piece of hardware this is. USB3.0, eSATA 6Gbp/s, dual LAN. Everything you could wish for on a modern board.
If the amount of connectivity on the back isn't sufficient there are plenty of USB2.0 and USB3.0 headers on the bottom of the UD7, alongside the always excellent Gigabyte front-panel header and 7 segment status display.
Finally a little porn in aluminium form with a close-up of these two stunning heatsinks. If you think this looks good in the pictures, it looks ten times sexier in the flesh. Most things do but it's especially true of the P67A-UD7.