GIGABYTE ready to launch its Design3 Z390 motherboard

GIGABYTE ready to launch its Design3 Z390 motherboard

The GIGABYTE is unstoppable, to launch a new motherboard Z390, this time belonging to his design are series to support the new Intel Core i9 processors.

If you do not know this range, it is at the top of the tops in the GIGABYTE pyramid, designed for professionals, and with specifications according to its status, especially in power supply to components, with its 12 + 1 phase system and copper with two layers.

In parallel, it also has the traditional configuration of 4x DIMM memory modules with memory support up to 4266MHz! Of course, the metal reinforcement is still present in all slots, especially at the PCIe x16 input.

Subsequently, we also have two M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 inputs, with the GIGABYTE M.2 Thermal Guard heatsink.

Interestingly, this graphics card has the addition of a DisplayPort connector, which will allow users to connect an external monitor directly to the motherboard, thus using the integrated graphics card of the processor to have an image output.

Other interesting features include 2x Thunderbolt 3 ports, allowing the user to connect two 4K monitors simultaneously to 60 FPS, or else a single 5K monitor. Similarly, we also have two Gigabit Ethernet ports and a WiFi combo 802.11ac Wave 2 and Bluetooth 5, while the audio is provided by a Realtek ALC1220-VB chip.

Gigabyte has released a new GTX 1060 G1 with GDDR5X memory

The first NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics cards with GDDR5X memory are coming to market!

And who started the hostilities was the Gigabyte, with its model GTX 1060 G1 Gaming D5X 6G … Yes, read well, the G1 Gaming series is back with the queen card of the mid-range! This time with even faster memory.

However, it is obvious that Gigabyte is trying to clean up stock! Since both the box and the cooler are reminiscent of the era before the AORUS sub-brand.

As we said above, this new version gets a major update, in the form of GDDR5X memory! Although we still do not know how it will affect performance … It is safe to say that bandwidth will increase as well as the potential for overclocking.

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