UD5 upgrades from UD4:
- 1 more internal USB3.0 header
- 2 more USB3.0 ports on the back
- 1 internal 1394a header
- 2 1394 ports on the back
- Onboard power/reset button
- 8 more power phases
- PCIE x4 slot (useful for PCIE x4 SSD drives)
- heatsinks are attached to mobo with screws instead of push pins
- trendy but admittedly useless "NF200" heatsink
You really can't go wrong with either the UD4 and UD5. The UD4 will be a very solid board if you're on a budget.
Originally Posted by kow_ciller
I absolutely HATE my UD4 with a raging passion. the bios is so terrible (most likely a gigabyte thing). But if you want efficiency clock/clock you cant beat it.
If you have a P67A-UD4-B2, you need to go get the B3. Apparently Gigabyte has fixed the bios and now it's a VERY solid board with near perfect LLC and no more boot loop issues. Read the last few pages of this forum
to see what I mean.
Originally Posted by Abs.exe
Asus > everything
Originally Posted by Dorkseid
P8P67 Deluxe is the best one, arguably... ASUS is debatably a noticeable notch above in power regulation & overclocking.
You guys are pulling stuff out of your *** here.Edited by cmeeks - 4/1/11 at 2:55pm