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Intel DZ77GA-70K Desktop Board Express Driver

I've been particularly critical of some very solid products Intel's put out in the past because more often than not I think Intel is somewhat out of touch with the enthusiast market.

To its credit Intel is getting much better at it, but the wheels of change turn slowly. Intel is often slow to adopt features that others have been using for some time.

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Examples of this include overclocking support, third party Intel DZ77GA-70K Desktop Board Express controllers, and the last board I saw from Intel didn't even have a UEFI as we've come to know it. The DX79SI was better, but still fell woefully behind the rest of the industry. Why do I bring all this up? Well it is important to give credit where credit is due.

I wanted to illustrate how far Intel has come in just a short period of time. And by the end of this article, you'll come to understand what a step Intel DZ77GA-70K Desktop Board Express the right direction the DZ77GAK is for Intel. Based on its feature set I'd classify it as a mid-high end LGA board. The main difference is the expansion slot configuration and the fact that the DZ77GAK doesn't support Thunderbolt connectivity.

Intel® Desktop Board DZ77GA-70K

Intel's made some odd ball design decisions which is par for the course. Some I agree with and some I don't.

Intel tends to see things differently than other board makers do. For example, this Intel DZ77GA-70K Desktop Board Express is truly designed with discreet graphics usage in mind. This is one area of thought that I'm absolutely in agreement with. Another oddball decision lies in Intel designing dual legacy PCI slots onboard.

Intel Desktop Board DZ77GA-70K - Extreme Series - motherboard - ATX - LGA1155 Socket - Z77 Series

This is coming from the company that gave the axe to PCI support in the Z77 chipset. It actually requires a third party adapter chip to implement PCI which increases the board's manufacturing costs.

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On an Extreme series board designed for use with modern graphics cards, I'd wager you won't see too many people making use of more than a single PCI slot. So here is where I have to call Intel "somewhat out of touch" with its user base.

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Intel clearly do not fully understand its market. On one of its normal desktop boards, I get it.

Intel Desktop Board DZ77GA-70K

But on an enthusiast design? Anymore than a single PCI slot is a waste.

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It still used a traditional BIOS interface. Intel was actually late to the party supporting all that UEFI is capable of.

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Packaging The board ships in the usual black box with a skull on it letting you know that this thing means business. Or I guess that's the impression you are supposed to get.

Our board was not a retail sample, so it lacked the traditional driver disc, though I'm certain retail boards do come with these. This actually should have had a skull on it, but sadly does not. The different PCI Express versions support different data rates.

PCIe x1 Gen 2. PCIe x4 Gen 2.

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