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Gigabyte reveals 9 new Z370 motherboards

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Gigabyte reveals 9 new Z370 motherboards

Gigabyte reveals 9 new Z370 motherboards

 
Gigabyte is the first major motherboard manufacturer to officially reveal their new Z370 series of Coffee Lake ready motherboards, revealing 9 different board designs that will be ready by the time Intel's 8th generation desktop platform launches on October 5th. 
 
The company says that they have "supercharged" their motherboard designs and have equipped them with server grade digital power architecture. Gigabyte has also stated that all of their motherboards are designed to handle DDR4 memory that is rated at 4133MHz. 
 
Below is a comment from Vincent Liu, the Senior Associate Vice President of Gigabyte's motherboard business unit. 

 
 
Following Intel's release of the Z370 chipset platform, GIGABYTE has designed a new, groundbreaking motherboard,

GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS motherboards are designed for gamers who value powerful, yet highly durable motherboards. With our new digital power design, not only will Z370 AORUS motherboards unleash the power of the 8th generation Intel Core processors' they will easily fulfil gamers' demands.

  

Gigabyte reveals 9 new Z370 motherboards  

Gigabyte has revealed the designs of 9 different Z370 motherboards, all of which are available to view on the company's website, though sadly the exact pricing of these board designs are unknown at this time. 

- Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 
- Z370 AORUS Gaming 5
- Z370 AORUS Ultra
- Z370 AORUS Gaming 3
- Z370 AORUS Gaming K3
- Z370 AORUS Gaming WiFi
- Z370XP SLI
- Z370 HD3P
- Z370 HD3

 

With a Coffee Lake, CPU Z370 motherboards will offer support for HDCP 2.2 and come with a HEVC 10-bit decoder as well as a VP9 hardware decoder, allowing these boards to support 4K video playback. 

Gigabyte reveals 9 new Z370 motherboards  

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte's Z370 motherboard lineup on the OC3D Forums

 

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26-09-2017, 16:21:04

TheF34RChannel
Gimme Asus any day Quote

27-09-2017, 17:28:15

You_What?
At least stick in a mATX/mITX option at launch? Not everyone wants big boards...Quote

27-09-2017, 17:40:20

TheF34RChannel
I don't think that Gigabyte does much small boards? Mostly Asus, AsRock and EVGA do?Quote
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