Gigabyte A75M-D2H and A75-UD4H Motherboard Reviewformerstaff - May 8, 2012
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The GA-A75M-D2H is the very little brother to the UD4H. While identical in BIOS, software features, and the Gigabyte powder blue color scheme, it is a micro-ATX board with fewer onboard features and capacities. Here is how it fits into the "Super 4" hierarchy:
- GIGABYTE GA-A55M-DS2
- GIGABYTE GA-A75M-S2V
- GIGABYTE GA-A75M-D2H
- GIGABYTE GA-A75-D3H
- GIGABYTE GA-A75-UD4H
The D2H, like UD4H, is one of the "Super 4"-branded motherboards Gigabyte offers for the FM1-socketed A-series APUs. It does have CrossFire capabilities with dual-PCIE slots running at x8/x4, and of course supports AMD Dual Graphics when pairing a discreet graphics card with the AMD A-series APUs.
The packaging for the A75M-D2H is nearly identical to the UD4H's, but in a smaller box.
Inside reaveals the same bundle as the UD4H. You get four SATA data cables, an install manual, a quick install guide, a user's manual, and an driver install disk. Below this is the micro-ATX board in anti-static protection.
Let's take a trip around the board and see what the junior member in the "Super 4" lineup has to offer in the way of capacity and connectivity.