The Gigabyte A75M-UD2H has other features. The most important is the presence of two BIOS chips. If the main BIOS is corrupted by an unsuccessful BIOS upgrade or virus, you can still turn on your PC and fix the defective BIOS using the backup chip.
Each USB port has a fuse, so if somehow there is a short-circuit with your USB device or the power wires are inverted, the fuse will burn, protecting the USB port and the motherboard. Furthermore, since each USB port has its own fuse, the other ports will still be functional.
The motherboard has a legacy serial port on a header labeled “COM” and a parallel port on a header labeled “LPT.” You will need to buy adapters if you want to use these ports. It also supports the installation of a TPM (Trusted Platform Module), which increases security by encrypting data that is handled by the system.
In Figure 7, you can see all the accessories that come with this motherboard.