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Gigabyte Z370 AORUS Gaming WiFi (Rev. 1.0) LGA 1151 (300 Series) Intel Z370 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB3.1 ATX Intel Motherboard
- Intel Z370
- Only Support for 8th Generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors in the LGA1151 package * Not backward compatible with older generation of LGA 1151 CPUs
- * Not backward compatible with older generation of LGA 1151 CPUs
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With AORUS Z370 Motherboards, RGB Fusion is even better with Digital LEDs.* RGB Fusion offers users the option to control onboard RGB and external RGBW/ Digital LED light strips for their PC. Already feature filled with colors and patterns, RGB Fusion on Z370 Series AORUS Motherboards are now upgraded with Digital LED support. With external digital LED strips*, where each LED is digitally addressable, users can experience even more patterns, styles, and illuminations.
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Top international reviews
My system works perfectly but my son's had the static audio problems others have experienced.
I'm not sure how many of the these boards have the audio issue but I would recommend getting one of their other models.
The plastic near CPU/graphics slot takes up an unnecessary amount of space. I recommend removing it, which is not all that difficult but still a bit of an unnecessary pain. It blocked me from properly inserting my 1080ti, and I imagine it may cause similar issues with large cards.
Other issue was with the screws that need to be remove for the NVME 2 Drive. I spent ages trying to loosen them, they’re extremely tight upon arrival.
Altogether a good board with an easy to use bios, and the WiFi adapter is fair for its price.
The only cons I found is that the rgb lights on the board do not match especially the zone near the 24 pin and chipset cover do not match at all unless its red. The rgb color options are basic you get solid, pulse, flash which feels like pulse and random which feels like seizure mode. Also when you boot the pc the rgb color isn't the color you set then when you login to windows the rgb turns on then off everytime wtf. For some reason when the fans get calibrated 2 of my Noctua fans stop working from any fan port so I have to unplug the pc and plug it back in to make it work again. For some reason the type c port will only charge/register my phone 1 time and that's it. Also the plastic cover around the rear io ports is too big so my top radiator wont mount completely. But the worst thing is the bios. The preset oc profiles are terrible 5ghz at 1.53 volts is crazy, if you manually do it you can get it down to 1.385v or lower. The bios itself is all over the place and after 6 months I still cant find how to set the pci speeds to x8, x4 or x1 speeds it also shows my pump speed wrong. The gigabyte software in windows isn't great nothing uniformal you essentially feel like your using multiple aps. The motherboard gpu software gives issue with the gpu software yet they are both Gigabytes Arous software.