Gigabyte showcased the final iteration of its upcoming flagship Z77X-UP7 motherboard which is based on the Z77 chipset and features a beastly 32 Phase VRM design.
Previously, the board was spotted at Computex 2012 with most of its heatsink and design scheme missing but Gigabyte recently revealed the final Iteration on their facebook page. The motherboard specs wise to say the least is a Z77 monstrosity making its way to become the flagship of the series.
Featuring a 32 Phase VRM design which powers the CPU combined with the industry leading Ultra Durable 5 ( International Rectifier IR3550 VRMs) package which provides overall stability for unprecedented overclocking performance.
The whole board features a cool black/orange design scheme with an heatpipe cooling design running all the way from the Power phases till the Z77 PCH. In addition to these, Gigabyte’s Z77X-UP7 would feature five PCI Express 3.0 x16 slots, two PCI Express x1 slots, dual-Gigabit LAN, 4-way SLI / CrossFireX multi-GPU support, the Lucid Virtu technology and Realtek ALC898 audio.
The board also includes support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and an mSATA SSD. You may want to check out the video below to witness the power of this beast: