Gigabyte reveals a trio of white AM5 motherboard options for AMD Ryzen systems

The perfect motherboards for white PC builds? Gigabyte launches a trio of White AM5 motherboards

While this week has mostly been focused on Intel’s new 14th Generation of Core processors (see our Intel 14th Gen CPU Review here), Gigabyte has decided to give AMD a little love with a trio of new motherboards. These new Gigabyte motherboard designs are all-white AM5 mainboards that all feature white PCBs, white heatsinks, and white I/O plates. These boards are perfect for all-white PC builds, and Gigabyte know it.

Like all AM5 motherboards, Gigabyte’s new models all support DDR5 memory and AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series processors. This includes their AMD’s standard models and their V-Cache enhanced X3D counterparts. These boards will also support future AMD AM5 processors though BIOS updates.

This set of white Gigabyte motherboard designs come in three flavours. First there is their high-end X670E AORUS PRO X, and for more budget-conscious users there are Gigabyte’s B650 ICE series designs. These designs include Gigabyte’s B650 AORUS ELITE AX ICE and their B650M AORUS ELITE AX ICE.

All three of these motherboards feature Gigabyte’s “Ultra Durable PCIe UD Slot X” for their primary PCIe 16x slots. This slot design makes GPU uninstallation easier with its longer push tabs. These PCIe slots are also reinforced to carry the weight of today’s ultra-large graphics cards.

These three motherboards also feature Gigabyte’s easy to use M.2 EZ-Latch Clock M.2 slots, which makes M.2 SSD installation a breeze. No more fiddly SSD screws!

Gigabyte’s new White AM5 motherboard designs will be available at retailers soon, giving fans of all-white gaming systems a trio of new motherboard options.

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