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Gigabyte Green is Back!

Gigabyte Green is Back!

Gigabyte Green is Back!

Gigabyte Green is Back!

 

In the past motherboard brands had different colour schemes, Gigabyte Green, ASUS ROG RED and MSI Blue, but now it seems that everyone is mostly going for red colour schemes these days, which is something that many of us enthusiasts are very disappointing in seeing. Now if you want a Green motherboard you either need to go for an older CPU socket/ chipset or start modding your own motherboard, which is quite a lot of effort to go too since Green motherboards were readily available a few years ago.

Gigabyte Green is Back with their Z97X-GAME-PLUS motherboard, though sadly they will be in short supply, so if you want a Green System you better Pre-order while you can.  

 

Gigabyte Green is Back!  Gigabyte Green is Back!  Gigabyte Green is Back!  

 

Ever since Gigabyte's Z97 GI Gaming launched with a red colour scheme the European and American markets have been crying out for a new Gigabyte Green motherboard, Gigabyte has answered with the X97X-Plus, which is a nice return to form for Gigabyte.

A lot rides on the shoulders of this motherboard as if it doesn't sell well or achieve enough of a response from PC builders Gigabyte may never make another Green motherboard for future CPU sockets. Personally I hope this motherboard does well, as I love variety and as a former owner of Gigabytes Z87 Green Motherboard I would love to see it more boards like it in the future. 

 

Gigabyte Green is Back!  

This board is capable or pretty much everything you would expect from a new high end motherboard, with support for new standards like SATA Express M.2 and up to 3 way SLI or Crossfire. This is all for the price of £99.95, which is a very reasonable price for a motherboard with these kind of specs. 

 

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte's Z97X-Game-Plus Green motherboard on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

Gigabyte Green is back! They are up for pre-order now but numbers are massively limited so if you want one you need to grab one QUICK! http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/cpu_mainboard/gigabyte_green_is_back/1

Posted by Tinytomlogan on Friday, June 26, 2015
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26-06-2015, 06:53:41

Feronix
But WHY does it say 'Game' on the heatsink. I mean at least it's not Godlike but really, who are they marketing this towards? Children?Quote

26-06-2015, 07:18:35

Jbo1234
OOo my friend is going to be so annoyed as he just tried to go with a black green build but couldn't find any mobos that were green themed.Quote

26-06-2015, 07:21:47

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
But WHY does it say 'Game' on the heatsink. I mean at least it's not Godlike but really, who are they marketing this towards? Children?
What he said...Quote

26-06-2015, 08:06:18

Fetchez La Vache
Gigabyte just need to bring back the blue for the UD series and all will be right in the world (ish)Quote

26-06-2015, 08:24:21

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
But WHY does it say 'Game' on the heatsink. I mean at least it's not Godlike but really, who are they marketing this towards? Children?
Because if you add the word game to any product it's all of a sudden worth triple what it should actually cost. For example, cheap keyboards and mice are £30 with game written on them, or, a fiver in beige.Quote
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