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The z77 gd65 is pretty solid. I went & killed mine (I don't recommend using any motherboard when it has puddles of water on it), but worked great when running it properly.
If it can manage this, should be able to handle whatever anyone can throw at it on air & water. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2376705

z77 ud3h has been a solid board for me so far as well, although the clear cmos button location sucks, & have to install drivers to use more than 2 x usb ports (I keep drivers on a usb flash, with keyboard & mouse plugged in, does not work & had to find the dvd drive).

usb 3.0 header works without driver (tested in Linux),it's just the back ports needing a driver
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usb 3.0 header works without driver (tested in Linux),it's just the back ports needing a driver

I forget about those, haven't actually plugged one in since the last time I built a rig in a case about 4 years ago.
    
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I'm (silly) guess is it would mess a bit with LN2 scenarios and the VRM is good enough to not require one in the first place. Go figure.

Yeah they dropped the second heatsink on their newer mobos because the VRM's are an enormous overkill. They're not gonna heat up so much.

The UD3H is great even for LN2 benching (if you check Sin's review there's a lot more information about this).
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Are you talking about the Northbridge or the Mosfet sink? Both should be replaceable, it looks like they are both held to the board by removable screws.

Yeah. That's the case on all motherboards usually through the stock heatsinks are great in my opinion.
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Was there an an analysis of the circuit design of the UD3H compared to the UD5H done by Sinn ?
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Was there an an analysis of the circuit design of the UD3H compared to the UD5H done by Sinn ?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1252290/z77x-ud3h-review-and-oc-testing-circuit-analysis-ln2-runs-efficiency-comparison/0_20


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This VRM on the UD3H is very capable; each of its phases has the same capability as 2 phases on most other motherboards. We are talking about up to 60A per phase under LN2 conditions, and an easy 30-40A during normal use per phase here. The inductors are also new compared to what GIGABYTE has used in the past, they are made by the same company who custom made the chokes on the X58A-OC.
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Sorry, got my model numbers swirling around here. I meant an analysis between the UD5H and the UP5TH
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Sorry, got my model numbers swirling around here. I meant an analysis between the UD5H and the UP5TH

I don't see the one about UD5H vs UP5TH, but here is the UP5TH analysis, might help digging Sin's website or just PM him.
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post #58 of 63
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Yeah they dropped the second heatsink on their newer mobos because the VRM's are an enormous overkill. They're not gonna heat up so much.

The UD3H is great even for LN2 benching (if you check Sin's review there's a lot more information about this).
Yeah. That's the case on all motherboards usually through the stock heatsinks are great in my opinion.

No doubt they are, but he was talking aesthetics.
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No doubt they are, but he was talking aesthetics.

Oh I think they are too. But that's just me it seems. biggrin.gif
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Sorry, got my model numbers swirling around here. I meant an analysis between the UD5H and the UP5TH

UP5 is newer and has the IR Power Delivery, Thunderbolt and a few minor things. It's supposedly the "successor" of the UD5H through the price difference, if any, may be a deciding factor too when buying.
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Are you talking about the Northbridge or the Mosfet sink? Both should be replaceable, it looks like they are both held to the board by removable screws.


Nah I don't want to take them off, just wish there was another one on the top set of VRM/Mosfets. It's completely unnecessary given the quality of the VRM components used. I might make a fake acrylic one just for the laughs biggrin.gif.
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