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GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD7

The P67A-UD7 is GIGABYTE’s flagship motherboard, running the P67 Express Chipset with 3-Way SLI and CrossFireX support, and plenty of overclocking potential. No related posts. Read More »

GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD4

The GIGAYBTE P67A-UD4 motherboard is designed with mid- to high-end users in mind, providing enough performance and features that an average user would want in a motherboard. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte GTX 470 Super Overclock

When a factory clocked video card doesn’t supply enough gaming power, but you don’t want to shell out a bunch more cash for the step up an overclocked card can be a good middle ground. Today we have Gigabytes overclocked version of the GTX 470. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclock (GV-R577SO-1GD)

Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclock features a large heatsink over the GPU to keep the card running cool while it is factory overclocked to 900 MHz (vs 850 MHz). While $179 price tag is a bit higher than other HD 5770, it may worth your consideration when shopping for a factory overclocked mainstream card. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte KM7580: Keyboard and Mouse Combo

Gigabyte KM7580 is a compact multi-media keyboard and mouse. Its compact size is an ideal device for those who need to carry a keyboard and mouse around. How well does it perform? Let’s find out. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte MA785GMT-UD2H

Gigabyte MA785GMT-UD2H is one of the best HTPC motherboard available with its better than normal onboard audio and the very powerful 785G chipset. We put it against the MSI board with the SidePort to see the performance difference between the two boards. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte GV-N26SO-896I

Gigabyte’s latest SuperOverclock series graphic cards features cherry picked GPUs with 2oz copper, low RDS MOSFET, ferrite chokes, and solid capacitors. As a result, we get a highly overclocked with lower power consumption and cooler operation temperature. Let’s check it out as we puts the GV-N26SO-860i from Gigabyte to the test. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte EX58-Extreme

We compare Gigabyte’s EX58-Extreme against the UD4P to see if the extra $70 is worth your money. Check it out before you go out and buy the board so you would not spend your hard earned money on something that you may not need. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte GA-EX38-DS4

Putting the power of the X38 chipset from Intel and the engineer design of Gigabyte and you will get the latest GA-EX38-DS4 motherboard from Gigabyte. Not only this board has the power, feature, and ability to overclock, it also has the ability to save energy with the new technology from Gigabyte’s own Dynamic Energy Saver. Check out our review as we put this board against it’s younger brother, GA-P35-DS4, and the older non-DES GA-X38-DS4. Let’s see if the DES board is able to perform well while saving your electic bill. No related posts. Read More »

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