Mini ReviewThe Z87-D3HP is cheap, but has it sacrificed too much to make that price point?
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MINI REVIEWThe new Haswell CPUs need a new socket to call home. Can this Z87 board from Gigabyte persuade you that it's right for your rig?
This Z77X-UP7 is more along the lines of the Asus RoG range - all the bells and whistles you could possibly want from a high-end board, but with everything an LN2-snorting pro-overclocker might be looking for.
We've seen our fair share of powerful mini motherboards recently, and although this little G1.Sniper isn't quite as diminutive as its mini-ITX compatriots, it's still one hell of a strong board.
This is the top Z77 board from Gigabyte, and has pretty much everything a full-spec £260 mobo should.
Gigabyte's H77M-D3H is one of the first motherboards we've played with to sport the H77 chipset, and so far the cheapest.
An excellent, well-priced, well laid out board that performs over and above what we would have expected from Gigabyte.
Gigabyte's task is to deliver quality and performance where it matters while not going overboard on the corner cutting.