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Was wondering the same.

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been there for a couple days I think. The UD5 doesn't seem like anything special, the UD7 seems pretty impressive though (on paper).
No, newegg posted it yesterday.

UD7 adds an extra PCI slot: Comparison Sheet http://www.gigabyte-usa.com/Products...ctID=3425,3423

Everything else is the same! The added PCI slot makes UD7 a long board.. XL-ATX... so keep that in mind if buying.

As for not being "anything special" spec for spec its the same as ASUS Crosshair IV Formula 890FX.. now if you're talking about looks or manufacturer board software.. That's another story, but since there aren't any reviews on it yet why not wait and see how it performs?

If GA-790FXTA-UD5 is anything to go by its going to be a great board.

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No, newegg posted it yesterday.
Today+yesterday=couple of days

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I posted this like 3 days ago.

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So who's up for making a Official thread? Bought one today!


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OH MY that's beautiful. My only concern (and this is in my case only) is that top PCIe x1 slot. Unless you're using something tiny, it's wasted space. I have a PCIe wireless card...looks like that heatsink would be in the way.

Also, the UD7 has a different NB heatsink (I've heard is has WC provisions?).

I'm holding out for the 870A-UD3. I'm running only one GPU + physx.

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The UD5 looks to be the best mobo at its price point right now. Has the same feature set as the Crosshair IV Formula for $50 less on Newegg.

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I see Gigabyte still has no idea how to make a decent layout for a high-end board...

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