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Not so sure about the slogan "Believe to Achieve", to be honest. Sounds more like an internal motivational speech than a real market catcher. Honestly, I don't want to believe a product will deliver ... I want to know it will deliver.

 

Quite a decent teaser video though!

 

Aint got bunny on Biostars video's

 

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a cheaper giga OC board? FINALLY! thank you to who ever thought of such a great idea..:D

 

I dont have to go on noodles and hitchhiking for 3 months to afford it..:D:P L :v

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Hey Massman if you want to update the GIGABYTE ones, they gave media their road map and it has been posted:

 

Z87-D3HP

Z87X-D3H

Z87X-UD3H

Z87X-UD4H

Z87X-UD5H

Z87X-UD5 TH

Z87X-UD7 TH

G1.Sniper M5

G1.Sniper 5

Z87X-OC

Z87X-OC Force

source:

02-z87-line.gif

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ehr, does the "$" scale on the left mean that OC series will be more expensive than the Sniper/UD7, which are already roughly 300 euro boards?

Edited by TaPaKaH

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i think it just means within series. Because the Sniper M5 wont be more expensive than the Sniper 5.

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P was differentiating the range with the IOR digital power design. now it was widened to broader range and incorporated into spec hence we're back to the stock model naming. The power design is now part of the Ultra Durable spec

Edited by dinos22

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Oh, okay. Doesn't make much sense to me, though. UP was marketed as evolution of UD; as "better" than UD. Returning seems like you give up on the better version :D.

 

But I can see why sales would prefer to run with the established UD lineup. Easier to explain, right :D.

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i'm wondering the prices for these 2,pretty sure the oc-force should be 500$+

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UD5H goes gold too? Luckily not as flamboyant as the Asus boards, though.

 

z87-ud5h.jpg

Edited by Massman

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Heh, I guess all these new gold-looking boards make ECS's press releases a little less false. They really seem to be a "market leader" :D

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UD5H goes gold too? Luckily not as flamboyant as the Asus boards, though.

 

z87-ud5h.jpg

 

we will disappoint the yolo crowds sorry :(:D

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Anyone see ECS's new shade of gold? its actually quite good looking int hose photos.

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What's with the battery placement near the socket for the UD5H ?

 

Only thing I don't like on it. I have a feeling the UD5H is going to be quite the performer, probably just as good or better than the top tier OC, if it is anything like prior generations.

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Don't tell Dino and Sin, but I kindda like the GB OC board... very flexible and it's dumb ass me friendly :)

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