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Jul 31, 2012

Gigabyte Ultra Durable 5 Motherboard Pushes 2,000 W Through CPU Socket

Gigabyte, like other motherboard and graphics card makers, has a technique that grants its platforms a higher endurance and stability. It so happens that the latest incarnation of that technique has arrived.

Dubbed Ultra Durable 5, the motherboard design has been demonstrated on video for the benefit of prospective overclockers. If we're reading things right, Gigabyte took two 1,200 W power suppliers, wired the Z77X-UP7 motherboard to three DC load testers and subjected the CPU socket to 2,000W.

The energy is enough to run 25 Core i7-3770K central processing units and was delivered through 32 phases of power regulation. If you have five minutes to spare, watch the video above for more details. Even if this maximum power delivery is high enough to be impractical, it's still quite the feat.

Cool Power Inside and Out
The GIGABYTE Z77X-UP7 motherboard delivers some serious amount of power through its 32 CPU phases. Featuring the new GIGABYTE Ultra Durable™ 5 technology with high current capable components including 60A rated PowIRstages® from IR, the Z77X-UP7 is able to deliver an astonishing 2,000W of power delivery.
Video credits to MoboTV2010


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