expired Gigabyte Motherboard (GA-X58A-UD3R) $221+Shipping @ PricesEngine

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Model name: GA-X58A-UD3R (Rev 2.0 )
Manufactured by: Gigabyte
Specifications:
Intel X58+ICH10R
DDR3 2000
PCI-Ex16
SATAII, SATA3
USB3.0
RAID

Full Specs here: http://www.gigabyte.com.au/products/product-page.aspx?pid=34...

Cheapest on Staticice is $261(instore)


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    Hmmm…

    Staticice lists this as $199.95 from Apus computers… And this links to the Shopping Square site at $199.95 with free Express post shipping…

    Minnie, any luck in matching the price with shipping?

    Otherwise good motherboard…

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      It's $294.95 plus shipping at Shopping Square/Apus. Are you sure you put in the right model to staticice?

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        Probably looking at http://www.shoppingsquare.com.au/p_6860_Gigabyte_GAEX58UD3R_... instead, which is a different model, which is still a good deal nevertheless

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        Am not sure if I'm aloud to add a link…

        Apologies to any mods if I'm crossing any guidelines, and please help remove or delete if this is not aloud…

        The link is:
        http://www.shoppingsquare.com.au/p_6860_Gigabyte_GAEX58UD3R_...

        Thanks…

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          By the way…

          I've probably not noticed something or made a big mistake somewhere… So, for those in the know, please feel free to comment…

          Thanks…

        • +2 votes

          Yeah, that's an EX58-UD3R, not an X58A-UD3R. Biggest difference is the lack of SATA3 and USB3.0.

        • +1 vote

          out of stock. and different to model that this post/deal relates to…

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          Oh I see. My mistake…

          Thought it'd be too good to be true from Shopping Square. Thanks to you both for helping to clarify…

          Knowing this now, it's a great deal from PricesEngine.

          Thanks…

        • +2 votes

          maybe you shouldnt be 'aloud'

  •  

    How long do pricesengine take to deliver?

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      I got my cpu and graphics card within 5 working days, and I'm in WA.

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        Ahh thanks.
        Still a bit worried if the mobo was faulty and then the hassle of having to deal with online only shop like pricesengine …

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          If it is faulty they will just tell you to talk to the manufacturer, I think. Then manufacturer will repair or give you another one.

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            It the product faulty, Please contact with our warranty team. they will process the warranty for you.

            warranty@pricesengine.com

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              If faulty you can demand a refund from the supplier. You do not have to deal with the manufacturer. Know your rights.
              http://www.choice.com.au/Reviews-and-Tests/Money/Shopping-an...

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                Sure, you can demand a refund. But they don't have to give you one. Give those Consumer Affairs people they link at the bottom of the page a call or look at your relevant state laws.

                The mistake Choice have made is that you are the one that chooses whether it's replaced, repaired or refunded - you don't. They are allowed to choose, not you. You can certainly kick up a stink about it and you may get a better result doing so, but you don't have the right to choose what kind of recompense the supplier makes.

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            I recently bought a Seagate HDD and it was faulty. Emailed them and they were very helpful in regards to returning the item. They said that it would have to be tested before being replaced (which is fair enough I suppose). Sent it a week ago so I'm hoping I'll get another one shortly!

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      Have ordered a number of things from PricesEngine previously… They've been pretty good on deliveries thus far with goods usually arriving within 5-7 working days…

      Service has continually improved and Minnie (who is on here) has been quite helpful aswell…

      Would definitely buy from them again…

      Deliveries have been to Victoria

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      got mine within 5 days as well.

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      still waiting for my graphics card, ordered on 6th July, sent email, no response

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    I have thie board and it's very very good.. Though I have the rev 1.0. Got it a while back.

    It's great with 10 SATA Ports!

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      holy cow! 10??

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        Yes 10 SATA Ports! As well as 2 eSATA

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    does this support ddr2 ? or just ddr3s

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      DDR 3

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      This motherboard is for socket 1366 cpu's. Meaning you can only use it with the new core i7 series. core i7 uses ddr3 triple channel which AFAIK only comes in multiples of 6gb.

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        You can use dual channel ram too.

  •  

    Looks good, will get one if I need a new build.
    Wow to Gigabyte, has so many UD* now, UD3,4,5,7,9?

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    hi guys i am have quite a lot of exoerience of pc h/w upgrades, but never built a pc from scratch.
    so, i am just wondering, when people buy a motherboard like this, do they have to buy all other components (CPU, box, PSU, memory, HDD, etc) and assemble them ?
    if so, do you normally get the rest of the stuff from msy or a similar store ? or do you wait for some more deals coming and advertised on ozbargain ?

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      If you get just a board .. what you can use from your old pc will depend on what it is.
      CPU will have to be Socket 1366, memory has to be ddr3

      Hard drive, box, psu you could probably use again depending on what you got.
      If it's a yum cha psu, consider getting a good quality brand one. People who buy cheapies … just too hit and miss and the volts supplied are too spikey for my liking.

      As for waiting for what might be posted, you could be waiting awhile just for what you want, and they may not necessarily be a 'bargain'

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      I am currently waiting and it paid off with this board being posted today. I have done the research and know exactly what brand and model components I want. It is just a waiting game over a couple of months to get what I want. Any longer and the component could be less then the bargin price and would be getting outdated. Thats why im bargin hunting for higher end system with some next gen feature. eg. this board has USB 3 and Sata3.

      Static Ice and Ozbargins are great to keep an eye out for the bargins.

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      If you want something specific, then probably better to get it from a store. If you don't mind waiting and don't mind what brand you get, then it may be worthwhile waiting. I got my cpu, graphics card, hdd, monitor from here, but the rest I got from msy.

      You can assemble it yourself or you can take it to some computer stores who assemble it for around $80-100.

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    cool, just got one, time to upgrade my 550be lol

  • +3 votes

    Just Brought Mine… This is the exact board I request a few weeks back for PricesEngine to List… Very Happy… This goes with my i7 Processor i already purchased. Just need the 6GB kit of DDR3 and a Good 700+ watt PSU and I will be very happy.

    Shipping took a week or so from PricesEngine last time..

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      "Just need the 6GB kit of DDR3 and a Good 700+ watt PSU and I will be very happy. "

      me too…

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    How many of these motherboards do you have in stock, minnie?

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    good deal . bought this one on MSY last year about $300++

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    Great deal. Bought this a month ago for $280, though barely used it for a week, keep needing to send crap back. Wish I waited, my second set of ram is having issues, the first having died.

    Word of warning, gigabyte x58a boards have the dimm slots closer to the socket than others, so you'll need to pay close attention to ram and cpu cooler choices. :)

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      Mmmm, does the Noctua fit ok?

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        Noctua ? buy corsair H50 water cooler, easy to install. perform better than noctua !!!

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        Which Noctua? The D14 heatsink covers the first slot(fan blowing out the back), so the first fan would have to be raised if your running 3 sticks of high profile ram(not possible with 6 without some modification). Of course, if you're running low profile ram you'd have no problems.

        And there is no way, an H50 will out-perform a D14 in cooling. It has its advantages, but outright cooling is not one of them.

        edit: This is based on my research (pictures and such…) I don't actually have the cooler.

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    Just took the plunge, nice deal.

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    I wish I could have bought something like this a few months ago for a similar price. The motherboard I have has only 5 sata connections and I have already filled em…

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