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    Default Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H and Z68XP-UD4

    We're looking at a couple of Z68 motherboard from Gigabyte, and we hope the winning ways continue. We've got the Z68X-UD3H and Z68P-UD4 on the bench, and while they share many similar features, there are some distinct differences. Let's take a closer look at these boards and find out if they can successfully push Gigabyte's reputation forward in the Intel arena.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H and Z68XP-UD4

    Gigabyte haw come a long way with the colour scheme, in the past I can't stand the pastel colours. Now the standard BIOS interface has to go and the touch BIOS is useless for non touch-monitors.

    How many of us have touch screen monitor?

    Duh!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H and Z68XP-UD4

    I really like the understated color scheme of these boards. They're not real flashy to behold and that's a good thing as I see it.
    I also like the shape of the heat-sinks on them. They look real 'sharp' to me. (no pun intended)
    As for function, I imagine they're quality is high, as it has been for a long time.
    Mainboards are a personal choice though, and I prefer two other brands over this one.

    There is a lot of new Technology coming down from our favorite manufacturers right now and in the immediate future.
    I look forward to seeing what the newest Intel platforms are capable of.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H and Z68XP-UD4

    Two more great Z68 boards from Gigabyte, we should will have their X79 Assassin 2 board in for review very soon.

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