3 reviews

Gigabyte GA-H67MA-UD2H

$130.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Contains both SATA 6G and USB3.0 ports. Good number of external ports, specifically HDMI and eSATA. Solid number of expansion slots.

The Cons:No IDE port. Lacks overclocking abilities. RAM limited to a maximum of 1333MHz.

The Gigabyte GA-H67MA-UD2H motherboard is designed for the new line of Intel Core processors, nicknamed the Sandy Bridge series. So, it provides support for the Intel i7, i5, i3, pentium, and celeron LGA1155 package CPUs.

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  Equipped with an Intel H67 Express Chipset, this motherboard offers many options for display quality and system performance.  Its integrated onboard graphics include one DVI-D port and one HDMI port, each of which supports a maximum resolution of 1920x1200.  The DVI connector is for an LCD monitor, while the HDMI port provides the additional DRM technology required to play Blue-ray and other high definition media.  In addition, this board includes four expansion slots, for gaming upgrades, or other high-performance requirements.  This includes two PCI Express x16 slots, one running at x16 and one running at x4, and 2 PCI Express x1 slots.  Also, this board comes equipped with support for ATI CrossFireX multi-graphics technology, to allow the graphics processors to work together, improving overall system performance.


  • 4 1.5V DDR3 DIMM Sockets; up to 32 GB of System Memory
  • Supports DDR3 1333/1066/800 MHz memory modules
  • High Definition Audio
  • Support for Dolby Home Theater
  • 2 6Gb/s SATA connectors, 3 3Gb/s SATA connectors, and 1 eSATA 3Gb/s connector
  • 6 Audio Jacks (Center, Three Speakers, Line in, Line out, and Microphone)
  • 4 USB 2.0/1.1 Ports
  • 2 USB 3.0/2.0 Ports

User Reviews (3)

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  • 3

    contains both SATA 6G and USB3.0 ports

  • 3

    good number of external ports, specifically HDMI and eSATA

  • 2

    solid number of expansion slots

  • 2

    made by a top-tier board manufacturer - solid design and build, good support / warranty

  • 1

    extremely low power consumption

  • 1

    excellent value for the price

  • 1

    dual BIOS - in the event a bios update goes bad you aren't stuck with a bricked computer

  • 1

    quality board components

  • 1

    no IDE port

  • 0

    lacks overclocking abilities

  • 0

    RAM limited to a maximum of 1333MHz

  • 0

    few reviews online - riskier buy than a more popular board

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