Gigabyte deny that there are problems in card-UD5H Z77X
Motherboards based on Intel chipsets 7 Series “Panther Point” have a little over a month of being released, among them in recent days underscores the Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H and not be the best ever, but have aroused much controversy and doubt among users.
Many cardholders gigabyte Z77X-UD5H have noticed that this has only a capacitor in the back of the socket, unlike motherboards from other manufacturers in the industry as ASUS, ASRock, MSI and others, whose back the Capacitor socket is populated. This has raised many questions among users about potential problems with V-Core affecting their quality, reliability and long-term durability.
In this situation clarifies itself subject Gigabyte saying they followed the Intel reference designs, and this has no effect on the quality, performance, or the level of overclock you are able to offer its Z77 motherboard, which have an energy design and include advanced digital PWM phases and its unique design 2x Copper PCB.
They also state that none of its competitors use the same design or technology, and considered unprofessional comment on the designs of their competitors, most likely to need more capacitors in the bottom of your cards. According to their own testing and validation processes, their products do not need them.
The Gigabyte does not deny that the apparent lack of its motherboard capacitors to be used by competitors as a weapon to attack, but are sure they are not intended to show that there is any Problem with Gigabyte products, products which ensure feel secure about their design, and offer fully guaranteed.
So far there have been no reports of problems with the V-Core with cards based on the Intel LGA 7 series for 1155, though the memory of the VRMs problems in Gigabyte X79 motherboards is still very fresh in the memory of many users, although officially it was a problem remedied with a BIOS update . We will monitor this issue.
– GIGABYTE Z77X-UD5H DEFECTIVE (Xtreview)
– That claim Gigabyte missing capacitors cause no issue (TechHum)