Gigabyte Z590 Aorus Master Preview

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Gigabyte Z590 Aorus Master Preview


The Aorus Master certainly has a high spec feature set from the 10GBe ethernet to the 90a power stages, although the thought of possibly needing all those amps on a small cpu is rather terrifying and could even add weight to our news article about them running at 98c with a 360mm AIO.

So the spec reads well uet even now we cant help but feel like they could have spent a little longer on the easthetics for such a high end board, made even worse by the possible prices these boards are going to be released with. Prices are going to be impacted by the PCIE4 support and the current market problems with reduced manufacturing output world wide and massive shipping increases that we have already reported on.

See more on the board plus a detailed look around the layout in our video below, for more information on the Gigabyte Z590 Aorus Master and to discuss your thoughts you can chat to the members on the OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

04-02-2021, 02:50:51

Tom Sunday
Was wondering in how the new Gigabyte Master Z590 will ultimately stack-up against the Asus Z590 VIII HERO? I am sure that both will command close to $500 each, as they are in the same enthusiast luxury league.Quote

04-02-2021, 14:22:40

The Hero will be up next.....Quote

04-02-2021, 23:46:01

Thanks for mentioning Thunderbolt3 headers this time

Lets hope Gigabyte didn't just put them on the engineering sample and then decide to take them of the production boards.

A very important deciding factor for some of us when purchasing....Quote

07-02-2021, 22:48:21

Tom Sunday
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
The Hero will be up next.....
For starters Tom your reviews here have all been simply outstanding. Not to be putting the heat on you, but these particular mobo discussions and or reviews (Z590 Hero versus Master) will most certainly influence my purchasing decision. Or for that matter many more avid fans here appreciative of your expert advise and observations.Quote

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