At the left edge of the GA-Z77X-D3H we see the a internal IEEE1394a (Firewire) header, front panel headers, etc.
Mind you that GIGABYTE actually has a total of ten motherboards available. Nine of the boards are based on the Z77 chipset while one of them uses the H77 chipset.
The entire line of the motherboard will feature the updated 3D BIOS based on the GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS technology where it offers two modes of interaction depending on how advanced you are with the BIOS.
2-way AMD CrossFireX and Nvidia SLI arrays are supported by the PCIe connectors, while HDMI 1900 x 1200 output comes in as a stock feature. Users can enjoy fast data transfers using the dual SATA3 6Gb/s connectors and the maximum of 6 USB 188.8.131.52 ports available.
That's it for this tiny little preview. Obviously we are not allowed to show any performance results or in-depth matters of the Z77 chipset. We hope you liked this little preview.
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