Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3P Review


Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3P Review


Obviously as we've got a fairly modest overclock going today we're not looking for pure performance so much as a consistent level. It's pointless getting huge scores in one thing if another wheezes along. Despite giving up 100MHz to the Biostar TZ68A+ the UD3P keeps up in the two big CPU tests of AIDA64 and just noses ahead in the all-encompassing CPU Queen and PhotoWorxx tests.


Memory Tests

Despite running at the same speed the UD3P puts its bigger UD5 brother in the shade in the AIDA64 memory suite. The write speed is a little lower than we'd expect but that great copy speed makes up for it.

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Most Recent Comments

22-07-2011, 10:14:56

I want.....Quote

22-07-2011, 10:17:51

Good review, sums the board up nicely.Quote

22-07-2011, 12:40:36

i still miss gb blue

great read that bry :thumb:

my question is mate, if it was your hard earned cash you was handing over would you be getting this or the tz68?Quote

22-07-2011, 12:59:07

If it was my hard-earned I'd get this over the Biostar. No matter how much of a bargain the Biostar is it's just so fugly.Quote

22-07-2011, 15:24:19

any plans on a review of the GA-Z68 UD4 seriously considering the UD4 for my 2600K which I should have next week (shipping from Canada ) so still looking at boardsQuote

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