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S.1150 Z87 Atx 4ddr3 Pci-E 16x/8x/4x

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1 refurbished from CDN$ 109.99
  • Mainboard Form Factor:ATX
  • Compatible Processors:1.Support for Intel Core i7 processors/Intel Core i5 processors/Intel Core i3 processors/Intel Pentium processors/Intel Celeron processors in the LGA1150 package
  • Mainboard Chipset Type:Intel Z87
  • Max Bus Speed:2933 MHz
  • Header / Model:GA-Z87X-D3H
  • Processor / Socket Type:Socket 1150
  • RAM / Technology:DDR3 DIMM
  • Energy Star Compliant:null

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33 x 27.9 x 7.6 cm ; 1.6 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 Kg
  • Item model number: GA-Z87X-D3H
  • ASIN: B00CU4L4NQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 23 2013
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #181,656 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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S.1150 Z87 ATX 4DDR3 PCI-e 16X/8X/4X

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa5c91cc0) out of 5 stars 31 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa543d1bc) out of 5 stars One of the best I have ever used Sept. 5 2013
By Richard Logsdon - Published on Amazon.com
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I have building systems for the last 18 years and this is one of the best motherboards I have ever used. It over clocks well, is stable as granite, and is so very easy to use. Unlike most motherboards it upgrades the bios very easy and with its dual bios it is a dream. The bios is well laid out and explains what each item is. If you are looking for a good motherboard to build a very solid system then this is for you, and its half the price of many of the "Elite" boards yet has most of the same features.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa543d3e4) out of 5 stars Solid Build Dec 13 2013
By Barry Munson - Published on Amazon.com
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This motherboard met my needs. The main difference between Gigabyte motherboards for the same chipset are size, the connections, and where they are. For instance, the GA-Z87X-HD3 and the GA-Z87-HD3 have the same connections. However, the SATA connectors, and probably some others, are in different places. On the X series, the SATA connections slide in parallel to the motherboard, but the non X series are perpendicular. In my mid tower, you have to slide out the hard drive bay to access the connectors. But I am probaly not accessing the connectors without switching hard drives, so I do not see it as a big deal. As others have noted, the BIOS is complicated, but if it were something I visited often, it allows customization. My only nit is the USB3 connection to the motherboard does not lock, but that is minor. Here are some general notes on my build:

I rebuilt my computer using the components listed below. I built my previous system and several others. I used my existing Antec case and 430 watt power supply and miscellaneous 1Tb hard drives. I started from scratch and installed win 8.1 Pro rather than upgrading from Win 7. I am not a gamer, I do not overclock and I use Photoshop/Lightroom/MS Office but wanted a decent video card. I chose the I7-4771 because of the hyperthreading capability over the the I7-4770K and it was cheaper than the I7-4770 at the time. I also bought right over a 2 week period, I managed to get everything during the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale except for the video card. Everything works on my case, speakers, lights, USB2, headphones, except the firewire since it is not supported by the motherboard. I have powered USB3 at the front of the case. I am very happy with the overall speed of the system and it boots up fast. My Kill A Watt says I am using about 85 watts as I am sitting here writing this. I have seen it get up as high as 150 watts. I had the CPU temp set at 60°C in the BIOS and it beeped at me while doing some heavy processing so I reset it to 70°C.

I chose the major components because I have used the brand before and had good luck (except my last video cards were EVGA, which were fine). I chose the Gigabyte card because it came configured how i wanted it and the price was right.

Here is my Build:

Gigabyte Z87 LGA 1150 2 Way SLI HDMI DVI ATX Motherboard (GA-Z87X-D3H)
Intel I7-4771 3.5 3 LGA 1150 Processor BX80646I74771
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 650 OC 2GB GDDR5 PCI-Express 3.0 2xDVI-D/HDMI/D-SUB Graphics Card GV-N650OC-2GI
2x Corsair Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory (CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10)
Corsair Vengeance Red 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory (CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10R)
Samsung Electronics 840 Pro Series 2.5-Inch 256 GB SATA 6GB/s Solid State
Syba 3.5-Inch Front Bay USB 3.0 Expansion Port and Card Reader (SY-HUB50044)
Silverstone Tek Super Flexible 4-in-1 SATA Power Adapter Cable with Power Stabilizing Capacitors (CP06-E4)
Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 with Keyboard and Mouse
Arctic Silver 5, bought locally
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa543d648) out of 5 stars Simple but still so awesome! Sept. 30 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I can hardly believe how easy this motherboard is. It takes no effort at all to get it to overclock my i5 4670K up to 4GHz on the stock cooler with a vcore of 1.150v. I’m still getting used to the UEFI bois though and am finding new features nearly every day. I like how this lets you save four different OC profiles and how you can set up a home screen for easy access to your most used bios settings. I have so far not stumbled into any issues, and have a feeling I won’t need to worry about it either. Back in the days of the first 64 bit processors from AMD I would always use Gigabyte motherboards for my builds, and I loved them. When I got my first Core 2 Duo 6600 I gave Gigabyte a try, but due to instability and high voltage needs, I ended up trading it in for an ASUS card instead. I would continue using Asus, even when building high end builds at work too. Then I skipped the first few iterations of the i3, i5 and i7 families and have now come back and built my first Haswell build. I thought for old time sake I’d go with Gigabyte (after reading a million reviews). To be honest, I think I made the right decision.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa543d978) out of 5 stars Instability when using four sticks of RAM April 6 2014
By A. N. - Published on Amazon.com
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I was looking forward to owning another Gigabyte motherboard as my past experiences with this brand have been positive. Unfortunately, this was not the case this time. This particular motherboard seems to have issues running while using 4 sticks of RAM. Using only 2 sticks solves this issue but will limit the buyer to a maximum of 16gb of RAM, half the capacity of the maximum memory supported.

Latest BIOS has not solved the issue.

A quick google search reveals that this issue with the DIMM slots seems to be common with this particular motherboard.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa543dbac) out of 5 stars HORRIBLE MOTHERBOARD!!!!! April 5 2014
By Dylan G. - Published on Amazon.com
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Ive had this board for a week and the USB drives are bugging out. They reset every 5 to 10 minutes constantly. I previously owned a gigabyte for my amd processor and no problem but this board sucks!!!! If you research my specific problem I am not the only one..I should have just ordered a better brand like ASUS but wanted to save $40 but just remember this review when you're wondering if you should spend an extra $40 bucks because now I have to replace my whole board because of Gigabyte. I have 2 kids and work 10 hours a day the last thing I want to do is spend 2 hours rebuilding my computer when I get home. And not to mention their customer service is a joke.

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