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Gigabyte Z77N-WiFi mITX Intel LGA 1155


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Jan 15, 2013
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Just sold this board yesterday to a friend after using it for a month. I just settled for an Asrock Z77E ITX. After the assembly and installation on my Bitfenix Prodigy build, I can say that Asrock Z77E ITX is way better on features and feel on using it for a few hours.

My ITX build:

Bitfenix Prodigy
Asrock Z77E ITX (formerly Gigabyte GA Z77N wifi)
Intel Core i5 3570K
Corsair H100i cpu cooler
G. Skill Sniper 2x4GB 1600 CL9
OCZ Vertex 4 128GB/Seagate 500GB
Zotac GTX 560Ti
Seasonic 620W Bronze non-modular
Nov 16, 2004
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Processor Intel Core i5 3570K | Intel Core i3 3220
Motherboard Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe | Gigabyte H77N-WIFI
Cooling Intel Stock HSF | Intel Stock HSF
Memory Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 1866 8GB (4x2) | G.Skill Ares 1600 8GB (4x2)
Video Card(s) On-board Intel Graphics | Zotac GT 640 Synergy Edition
Storage Intel 330 180GB + WD Scorpio Blue 1TB | Seagate Barracuda 500GB
Display(s) ASUS VZ239HR | Samsung S19A100N
Case Jonsbo U1 | Silverstone SG13
Audio Device(s) On-Board Realtek ALC898 + Sound Blaster X-Fi MB3 | On-Board Realtek ALC892
Power Supply Silverstone ST45SF-G | Silverstone ST50F-ES
Software Windows 10 Home
I have the H77 version and I love it! Gigabyte's mITX boards are one of the best IMO and one of the best priced mITX boards to add to that... ;)
Nov 13, 2009
5,614 (1.44/day)
San Diego, CA
System Name White Boy
Processor Core i7 3770k @4.6 Ghz
Motherboard ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe
Cooling CORSAIR H100
Memory CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB @ 2177
Video Card(s) EVGA GTX 680 CLASSIEFIED @ 1250 Core
Storage 2 Samsung 830 256 GB (Raid 0) 1 Hitachi 4 TB
Display(s) 1 Dell 30U11 30"
Case BIT FENIX Prodigy
Audio Device(s) none
Power Supply SeaSonic X750 Gold 750W Modular
Software Windows Pro 7 64 bit || Ubuntu 64 Bit
Benchmark Scores 2017 Unigine Heaven :: P37239 3D Mark Vantage
Great review, and a very nice board I just think I will stick with my ASUS, at least until I upgrade to Haswell!
Jul 2, 2008
7,595 (1.73/day)
Hillsboro, OR
System Name Main/DC
Processor i7-3770K/i7-2600K
Motherboard MSI Z77A-GD55/GA-P67A-UD4-B3
Cooling Phanteks PH-TC14CS/H80
Memory Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB (2 x 8GB) LP /4GB Kingston DDR3 1600
Video Card(s) Asus GTX 660 Ti/MSI HD7770
Storage Crucial MX100 256GB/120GB Samsung 830 & Seagate 2TB(died)
Display(s) Asus 24' LED/Samsung SyncMaster B1940
Case P100/Antec P280 It's huge!
Audio Device(s) on board
Power Supply SeaSonic SS-660XP2/Seasonic SS-760XP2
Software Win 7 Home Premiun 64 Bit
Why does Gigabyte make 2 virtually identical Motherboards with the "H" and "Z" versions? It doubles the inventory costs!:confused:
I know that PCB real estate is very limited, but wouldn't these motherboards be the perfect place for Lucid Virtu GPU?
Look at the bottom of this page to see what case GB used as an example.
Good review, Dave. Never thought I'd be looking at MITX or even MATX, but this, the Asus Z77 MITX, and that Prodigy case has me thinking.....smaller.
Sep 23, 2009
154 (0.04/day)
System Name Orange_box
Processor i5-3570K (@ 4.4 Jiggahurtz ;)
Motherboard P8Z77-I DELUXE
Cooling Thermalright Archon with 2 TY-140
Memory 16GB Corsair Vengence LP (1600)
Video Card(s) Asus GTX 1060 6G
Storage Samsung 850 EVO + Samsung 840 EVO + 4TB WD
Display(s) Samsung 24''
Case Bitfenix Prodigy (orange)
Audio Device(s) Asus Xonar U3
Power Supply Corsair 750 W
Mouse Roccat Kone
Keyboard Logitech (el cheapo)
Software W10pro x64 / Manjaro XFCE x64
Benchmark Scores who cares...
Why does Gigabyte make 2 virtually identical Motherboards with the "H" and "Z" versions? It doubles the inventory costs!:confused:
Da chipset! :slap: (Z77 version supports overclocking, while H77 doesn't...)