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Gigabyte GA-Z170X-UD3 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard

( 4.7 Average / 7 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Gigabyte

Part #

GA-Z170X-UD3
(or) Z170X-UD3

Form Factor

ATX

CPU Socket

LGA1151

Chipset

Intel Z170

Memory Slots

4 x 288-pin DIMM

Memory Type

DDR4-2133 / 2400 / 2800 / 3200

Maximum Supported Memory

64GB

RAID Support

Yes

Onboard Video

Depends on CPU

CrossFire Support

Yes

SLI Support

Yes

SATA Express

3

Onboard Ethernet

1 x 10/100/1000 Mbps

Onboard USB 3.0 Header(s)

Yes

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Prices

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Scan.co.uk £112.99 +£5.48 s/h In stock £118.47
Amazon UK £132.73 Free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime £132.73
( 43 new from £132.73. Last updated 7 months ago. )
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BT Shop £138.64 +£3.49 s/h £142.13
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Ebuyer £155.99 £155.99+
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Reviews

Mackilroy 20 points 19 months ago
from completed build Of Course I Still Love You

I wanted a motherboard that included a couple of M.2 ports, had enough SATA ports for all the hard drives I have, and plenty of USB ports. My last motherboard was from Gigabyte and they've always been reliable for me, and this mobo fit the bill.

Caspetic 30 points 12 months ago
from completed build Golden Build

This is definitely Ultra Durable. It's handled everything very well. It's got USB Type-C, M.2 slots, Crossfire AND SLI capability. Love the black and gold. It's bios is very easy to work with which makes overclocking a breeze. It also has a light going from the front audio connector to the back headphone jack. It can stay on, pulse, beat to the music, and be turned off.

NarcissisticFox 11 points 7 months ago

I absolutely love this mother board and it is worth the extra money to buy it. It has a pristine appearance with a color scheme of black and gold with beautiful golden LEDS running down the side of it like a stream. The only real issue I had and this is due to a manufacturing standard by Gigabyte, but there was an stint hole which I had to leave open due to my case not having a place for it. Other wise it mounted into case just fine. The only real issue I ran into came with the IO shield which due to it's design jutted out from my case which made it an issue to put my mother board in. Not sure if it was the IO shield, my case, or user inexperience. Otherwise great mobo with easy BIOS navigation.

Aaronb1874 19 points 6 months ago
from completed build Goldfinger: Project Midas

Very attractive board, subtle but still has a slight pop with the looks. Audio is fantastic, overclocking is astounding for the price, and overall is perfect for my build.

AJC559 6 points 4 months ago
from completed build The balanced budget

I had got this one on sale but I think its worth the original price. very sturdy board you can tell the quality of it and it hasn't failed me. Pretty good features and easy to overclock CPU.

bhsnipes 10 points 4 months ago

Really great motherboard. Clean BIOS/UEFI. Clean design, the led lighting is pretty nice, wish it was a tad bit customizable.

Only downside of the motherboard is it's unusual ATX size. It's a tad bit narrower so it will only use 6 standoffs, so be careful when installing some parts.

Petethegoat 4 points 2 months ago
from completed build Pete-PC

Attractive and nicely laid out board.

The main downsides are:
- non-standard width, which means for my case at least, the right-most standoff didn't have anything to screw into. - USB won't work until you've installed drivers, which meant I couldn't load Windows off of a USB stick. - It doesn't support output from the integrated graphics at the same time as a discrete card is installed. This isn't a big issue, but I have an old VGA monitor that I wanted to hook up as a second monitor, and I didn't want to buy a displayport-VGA adapter.

None of these really matter for me, but it's hard to find this sort of information anywhere so I wanted to mention it.