Posts Tagged ‘Z370’
Have you wondered why there are so many chipsets? Z170, Z270, Z370, 990FX, X370, X299, X399, etc. Intel and AMD have a lot of motherboards and we try to make sense of all the changes that make each one different. Also, we find out that Intel doesn't have a clear reason for changing their chipset with every CPU release.
Compact Motherboard with Powerful Performance and Extensive Connectivity City of Industry, California, October 27th, 2017 – GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, has released the new GIGABYTE Z370N WIFI motherboard based on the Intel® Z370 chipset. The new motherboard incorporates powerful performance capabilities within a compact design to provide users with a versatile motherboard for building their ideal PCs. The GIGABYTE Z370N WIFI motherboard is optimized to support 8th Gen. Intel® Core Processors. For a mini-ITX form factor, this motherboard can truly maximize the power of the Intel® Core i7-8700K processors by easily reaching overclocked frequencies of 5GHz and higher. The motherboard uses an Intersil Hybrid Digital VRM design to ensure that power is distributed effectively, enabling the GIGABYTE Z370N WIFI to perform at its highest standards. Additionally, over 1000 memory modules have been validated by GIGABYTE to ensure proper compatibility with support for XMP profiles up to a frequency of 4600MHz when overclocked. RGB Fusion Technology adds an incredible amount of style and customizability to the Z370N WIFI motherboards. With support for up to 300 Digital 5V or 12V LED strips, the motherboard allows the user to individually address the color and brightness of each of the strips, bringing exquisite lighting configurations to life. Versatility is a key aspect of the GIGABYTE Z370N WIFI motherboard. Its co...
BIOStar has really upped the quality of their products in recent years. Known for motherboards, they recently presented a new Intel Z370GT6 board to add to the Racing lineup. What's really new is the entry into the graphics card arena. The Vega 64 GPU will be first, but no fancy custom designs yet.
With Intel bringing new CPUs to market, BIOStar has a new Racing Z370GT7 motherboard to release. Biostar is coming a long way and these boards looks like decent budget options for a system. Compatibility and BIOS issues could hinder it, but only reviews will tell on that.
BIOSTAR Teases Upcoming 3rd-Gen RACING Series with Z370 Chipset Motherboards Maximize Your Full Gaming Potential of the 8th Gen Intel Core Desktop Processors September 29, 2017, Taipei, Taiwan – BIOSTAR RACING series continues to be at the forefront of gaming motherboards and is set to offer the 3rd generation of BIOSTAR RACING series motherboards with Z370 chipset. These motherboards will feature a new gold theme design, strong and powerful hardware design, elevated HiFi sound quality, easy-to-control software control and new advanced VIVID LED DJ for more RGB lighting customization fun. This will be available October 5th for enthusiasts such as gamers, content creators and overclockers who plan to upgrade to the recently announced 8th Gen Intel Core desktop processors: Intel Core i7, 6-core Intel Core i5 and 4-core Intel Core i3. Performance and Flexibility Fans will be pleased with BIOSTAR’s 3rd generation motherboards performance and flexibility, thanks to Intel’s performance options with unlocked “K” processors. The brand new BIOS and driver UI design will make this more intuitive and fun. There is also BIOSTAR’s brand new A.I. FAN to fully customize fan modes or auto-detect along with an easy-to-use software interface to monitor the temperature situations. More RGB LED Lighting Control BIOSTAR has a new advanced VIVID LED DJ for more customization of multiple RGB LED lighting zones. This time around, they have included dual RGB LED headers for add...
Aorus makes some of the greatest motherboards, at least in the appearance department. Gigabyte made a smart move when they switched their gaming boards to that brand and the latest Z370 Intel boards look fantastic. It seems like the boards will have some solid performance as well.