We met up with Alan from Gigabyte at the Taipei 101, where he showed us their latest X299 motherboards. We also got to see some interesting motherboard accessories for the AORUS range. Check out the video below …
There were loads of mods on display at the Gigabyte’s suite on the 36/F of Taipei 101. They also had an entire area dedicated to their AORUS gaming brand. This is where we saw their AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition (read the review here).
We also saw some gaming laptops and Gigabyte’s complete range of AORUS branded products, including the gaming chair.
Gigabyte X399 Thread Ripper Motherboard (Socket TR4/SP3)
This is the first motherboard we’ve seen that supports AMD’s up-and-coming HEDT platform — The Ryzen Threadripper. The AORUS Gaming 7 has quad-channel memory support, upto 8 DIMMs. The datasheet reveals that Ryzen Threadripper will support up to 64 PCIe Gen3 lanes for 4-way multi-GPU support. This motherboard is ready for up to 16 cores and 32 thread AMD Threadripper CPUs.
AORUS Gaming 7 has three M.2 slots, ALC 1220 audio chipset, onboard Killer E2500 LAN and tons of RGB. The CPU is powered by 8+4 pin power connectors.
Watch out for more news and reviews on all these great products from Gigabyte.
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