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Gigabyte 8 Series Motherboards Preview



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In preparation for the new Haswell Intel chip to release many manufacturers of motherboards have been preparing, and Gigabyte is one of them. Gigabyte has been working diligently for the past several months to bring us awesome new motherboards, though they wont tell us anything really about them. They have shown us a few close up snapshots of their new motherboards, giving us teasers.

This year at the Intel Developers Forum which took place on April 10th and 11th, in Beijing  Gigabyte showed off four of their new motherboards (shown below) and now we can start drooling at their new and innovative ideas. Though they still wont really comment, keeping tight lips, next to each new motherboard were some brief specifications for the motherboards. Which it appears that each of their motherboards will have some really cool features! It looks as if the four new boards that they will be featuring will be three ATX boards, and one Micro ATX board. I must say that is am most impressed with their Micro-ATX board such a tiny board with so many functions and features, a real LAN Warrior!

The GIGABYTE GA-Z87N-WIFI, will support 4th Generation Intel Core Processors. It will have UEFI DualBIOS, GIGABYTE 333 Onboard Acceleration which means USB 3.0, SATA 3.0 and 3x USB Power! Also featuring On/Off Charge for USB devices! Having Integrated Bluetooth 4.0 and an Intel WiFi module will make it great for anyone prefers wireless devices! Not only will it support Intel WiFi but it will also support WiDi technologies so you can hook your television up to your computer wirelessly! You’ll be able to keep your network up and running with the Dual LAN, which has 3x Electrostatic Discharge or ESD protection, GIGABYTE LAN optimizer for intelligent network optimization and management. You will also have Dual HDMI and DVI-I outputs for your monitor! What an awesome Motherboard!

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GA- Z87N-WIFI

  • Supports 4th Generation Intel Core processors
  • GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS
  • GIGABYTE 333 Onboard Acceleration (USB 3.0, SATA 3.0, & 3x USB Power)
  • GIGABYTE On/Off Charge for USB devices
  • Integrated Bluetooth 4.0 and Intel WiFi Module
  • Supports Intel WiFi/WIDI Technologies
  • Dual LAN with 3X Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection
  • GIGABYTE LAN Optimizer for intelligent Optimization network management
  • Dual HDMI, DVI-I

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  • Supports 4th Generation Intel Core processors
  • GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS
  • 2-way SLI and CrossFireX Multi-GPU support
  • GIGABYTE 333 Onboard Acceleration (USB 3.0, SATA 3.0, & 3x USB Power)
  • GIGABYTE On/Off Charge for USB devices
  • Up to 3X Ethernet Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection
  • GIGABYTE LAN Optimizer for intelligent Optimization network management
  • HDMI, DVI, RGB

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GA-Z87X-D3H

  • Supports 4th Generation Intel Core processors
  • GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS
  • 2-way SLI and CrossFireX Multi-GPU support
  • GIGABYTE 333 Onboard Acceleration (USB 3.0, SATA 3.0, & 3x USB Power)
  • Intel LAN with up to 3x Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection
  • Supports CFOS Speed Internet Acceleration Software
  • HDMI, DVI, RGB

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GA-H87-D3H

  • Supports 4th Generation Intel Core processors
  • GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS
  • 2-way SLI and CrossFireX Multi-GPU support
  • GIGABYTE 333 Onboard Acceleration (USB 3.0, SATA 3.0, & 3x USB Power)
  • Dual LAN with 3X Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection
  • Supports CFOS Speed Internet Acceleration Software
  • HDMI, DVI, RGB

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  • d6bmg

    WHat’s new? THe ‘7’ are being replaced with the number ‘8’ with some very little modification? 😛

  • d6bmg

    And a new processor socket? that’s all?

    Sure enough Intel is going nowhere in terms of performence.

  • marty1408

    Haswell really has nothing to offer for current Ivy Bridge users (except for improved on chip graphics). The boards will be the same as there have not been any new releases as far as PCie or SATA. I guess it will easily be a generation that can be skipped for the upgrader. But for a new system I guess it would be relevant as one wants to have the newest stuff.

    • Yes Haswell has nothing to offer users except 10% extra clock per clock performance, higher overclockability and higher frequency memory support. So sure nothing new compared to Ivybridge…

      • marty1408

        But is it really worth the investment of another CPU and motherboard ???

        • Well it depends what you use your PC for, how regularly you use it and how long you intend to keep it without upgrading again.