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GIGABYTE B550 AORUS PRO Review

WEB: GIGABYTE ERP:  $179.99 | R4,104 @ Progenix | AUTHOR: Neo

GIGABYTE’s B550 AORUS PRO is here, it’s affordable and it goes like the clappers. Armed with 2.5G Lan, dual M.2 sockets, a 12+2 phase PWM and the ability to overclock memory well past the 5,200MT/s range, the board is a mini performance wonder. The B550 AORUS Pro is the fastest AM4 board I’ve tested to date. For DRAM oc and general performance, few if any are faster then the B550 AORUS PRO.

TheOverclocker Presents – Z490 AORUS PRO-AX

WEB: GIGABYTE Price: USD 269.99  AUTHOR: TheOverclocker

GIGABYTE’s Z490 AORUS PRO-AX is the sleeper hit of the generation within GIGABYTE’s lineup. It offers premium features at an incredible price of just $270. Not only that, but it’s the most affordable motherboard with DDR5 5000 support. It’s not the most striking in GIGABYTE’s lineup, but represents the best value by far.

GIGABYTE Launches B550 AORUS Motherboards

VENDOR: GIGABYTE WEB: www.gigabyte.com

B550 AORUS

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, announced the launch of the newest B550 AORUS motherboards primed to unleash the potential of 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ desktop processors. The all new B550 AORUS motherboards kick off the PCIe® 4.0 era with extensive feature sets, and equip up to Direct 16 phases of digital power design with advanced thermal solutions that provide the processors and chipset more stable power supplement. Select GIGABYTE B550 AORUS motherboards feature a native USB 3.2 Gen2 interface, feature-rich I/O with a pre-installed I/O shield, the latest wireless connection, and Ultra Durable technology, set to deliver an unmatched user experience.

GIGABYTE Z490 AORUS PRO-AX Review

WEB: GIGABYTE MSRP: US $269.99 | ZAR TBD | AUTHOR: Neo

 

Z490 AORUS PRO AX

Here it is, the first Z490 based motherboard review from TheOverclocker. Gigabyte’s Z490 AORUS PRO-AX, was not only the first Z490 motherboard received, but happens to be one of the strongest contenders for the value for money throne. Typically, a new platform is evaluated on a high-end board, but this time it’s a mid-level offering. The PRO-AX not only shows the improvements Gigabyte has made, but shows what the 10th Generation Core CPUs can achieve at their best.

AORUS RX 5700 XT 8G Review

WEB: AORUS MSRP: USD 449.99 | ZAR 9,840 | AUTHOR: Neo


The Aorus RX 5700 XT, much like all other NAvi10 graphics cards represents AMD’s most advanced and most power efficient GPU to date, even if it isn’t their fastest sometimes. Afterall, as much as AMD has been putting up a strong fight and some might even say winning in the CPU arena. The firm hasn’t fared as well when it comes to their graphics cards. However, with the RDNA GPUs, AMD has made huge strides in closing the gap between itself and its primary competitor.

TheOverclocker Presents – X570 AORUS MASTER

WEB: GIGABYTE MSRP: US $359.99| AUTHOR: TheOverclocker

Welcome to the 1st edition of TheOverclocker Presents series. In this issue, we take a detailed look at the X570 Aorus Master from GIGABYTE. Featuring the latest 12-phase direct VRM controller from Infineon, the Aorus Master packs a punch in power delivery, features and of course performance. Read more to find out.

AORUS SSD – NVMe Gen4 SSD Review

WEB: AORUS MSRP: US $259.99 | ZAR 4,249 | AUTHOR: Neo

Just a week ago, I reviewed the Corsair Force MP600 Gen4 NVMe SSD drive and here we are again with another similarly spec’d drive. Or better yet, here is another drive with the exact same specifications or component list rather, the AORUS SSD. Yes, the full name is AORUS NVMe Gen4 SSD, but that’s about as descriptive as AORUS DX12 Gen3 GPU. That said, at the heart of the AORUS SSD is the Phison PS5016-E16 controller, 512MB of DDR4 memory and 96 Layer 3D TLC NAND. This is a configuration we have already seen and will see a lot more of going forward. So, the obvious question then is who can make the most out of it?

TheOverclocker Issue 47

Issue 47 of TheOverclocker Magazine is here. In this issue we cover one of the finest if not the finest Z390 motherboard can buy. Our cover feature EVGA Z390 Dark. We review the mighty Maximus XI Apex and take a look at GIGABYTE’s RTX 2080 Ti Xtreme. All this and more in issue 47 of TheOverclocker.

TheOverclocker Issue 42

Issue 42 of TheOverclocker is here. A little different, a little better. LN2 action from start to end just the way it should be. These aren’t reviews, but perspectives, opinions and experiences with some of the best hardware money can buy. We froze it all and overclocked it all. Let’s not forget the incredible CORSAIR ONE machine, complete, fast and damn impressive. All in Issue 42.

GIGABYTE Introduces AORUS Z370 Motherboards

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Taipei, Taiwan, September 25th, 2017 – GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, has unveiled the new GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS motherboards based on the Intel Z370 chipset. These supercharged motherboards are equipped with a server-grade digital power design which fully support 8th generation Intel Core processors. Performance tuned, the Z370 AORUS Motherboards are compatible with memory modules rated for 4133MHz. With unique features like an ESS Sabre DAC, Smart Fan 5 and RGB Fusion, there’s no doubt why gamers turn to AORUS for the ultimate gaming motherboard.