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    Gigabyte unveils range of Intel Z370 motherboards

    There are eight SKUs in all, five of which are Aorus Gaming branded products.
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    Re: Gigabyte unveils range of Intel Z370 motherboards

    Dear Gigabyte,

    You still haven't addressed the various memory issues on your X99 boards. My X99 sli is a complete pain right now, even with the latest bios. Check the forums. Really not interested in buying another Gigabyte board.

    Instead of adding bright lights please concentrate on making solid BIOS updates.

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    Re: Gigabyte unveils range of Intel Z370 motherboards

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    Dear Gigabyte,

    You still haven't addressed the various memory issues on your X99 boards. My X99 sli is a complete pain right now, even with the latest bios. Check the forums. Really not interested in buying another Gigabyte board.

    Instead of adding bright lights please concentrate on making solid BIOS updates.
    Amen.

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    Re: Gigabyte unveils range of Intel Z370 motherboards

    And not a single SFF board amongst the entire bunch.

    Guess I'm going Ryzen for my next build...

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    Re: Gigabyte unveils range of Intel Z370 motherboards

    Asus is better

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    Re: Gigabyte unveils range of Intel Z370 motherboards

    my last build was intel and gigabyte board.. not happy with gigabyte board there crap at updating
    bios my 4790k still using a beta bios they never updated it so now ive gone zyzen 7 and asus motherboard well happy...........

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    Re: Gigabyte unveils range of Intel Z370 motherboards

    Quote Originally Posted by FromUSA View Post
    Asus is better
    Asus has announced its Z370 boards today (15 models), but its removed the picture links from the email:

    "These powerful new CPUs require new motherboards, so ASUS has developed a deep lineup to meet different needs. The diverse cast of 15 models covers a range of priorities, budgets, and form factors. Our Z370 collection spans Republic of Gamers (ROG), Prime and TUF Gaming motherboards tailored for distinct audiences. There’s something to suit all tastes, whether it's a prosumer seeking a well-equipped system for work and play, a hardcore overclocker pursuing performance records on the world stage, or a PC gamer building a battlestation tuned to perfection."

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