Gigabyte’s upcoming Z370XP SLI motherboard has been leaked

Gigabyte's upcoming Z370XP SLI motherboard has been leaked

Gigabyte’s upcoming Z370XP SLI motherboard has been leaked

 
An image of Gigabyte’s upcoming Z370XP-SLI motherboard has been leaked by Videocardz, showcasing what appears to be a budget-oriented Z370 motherboard. There is not much in the way of RGB flash from what we can see, though there is a rear IO cover. 
 
The Z370XP-SLI offers a new aesthetic design and a naming scheme that does not exist amongst Gigabyte’s Z270 offerings, giving us nothing to compare this motherboard to directly. We can see that this motherboard features support for two M.2 slots and a total of six SATA 6Gb’s ports, three PCIe x1 connections and three PCIe 16x slots. 
 
Gigabyte also lists RGB Fusion support on this motherboard it looks like the motherboard itself will have a minimal number of RGB LEDs. We can see none of the DRAM illumination LEDs that were common on Gigabyte’s higher-end Z270 motherboards. It is likely that the bulk of this board’s RGB support comes from its use of an RGB LED header on the motherboard itself. 

  

Gigabyte's upcoming Z370XP SLI motherboard has been leaked

(Image from Videocardz)

  
The black and white colour scheme on this motherboard is reminiscent of MSI’s KRAIT series of motherboards. 

 

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