Anschlüsse und I/O
Gigabyte provided the P67A-UD7 with eight angled SATA ports which should be
enough for any office PC or gaming system. You'll also find practical onboard
power- and reset-buttons. Gigabyte even thought of a debug display which is very
useful if you should once have issues with one of the components in your system.
It is quite common that the last PCI-Express x16 slot is also the expansion slot
the closest to the bottom edge of the board. That has the consequence that the
connectors at this place aren't accessible anymore. With the UD7 Gigabyte took
this into account and placed the last PCI-Express x16 slot as the second last
expnsion slot and therefore there wont be any complications.
Totally you'll find
eight fan headers on the Gigabyte P67A-UD7 which is
more than enough, to provide a well equipped midrange or even a high-end-system
with fresh air. The fanheaders are located around the CPU and their also spread
over the whole board which makes them easily accessible from any position in an
Looking at the external connectors directly at the back-panel
Gigabyte provided the
a PS2 mouse/keyboard connector, six USB 3.0/2.0 ports, a firewire port, tow
eSATA ports, two gigabit ethernet port, a SPDIF
and coaxial optical out as well as an
analogue audio panel.
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