Gigabyte X470 AORUS Ultra Gaming Motherboard - unrivalled gaming performance
AORUS X470 Gaming Motherboards feature a design concept inspired by the wings of an eagle. The sleek design of the I/O armour resembles the shape of the wing while the claw marks and airflow design are inspired by the wing’s impressive aerodynamic features. This powerful look makes this motherboard perfect for your gaming PC.
Gigabyte X460 AORUS Gaming motherboards based on the AMD X470 Chipset, support 2nd Generation AMD Processors. The selection of bards come with new ID design and covers a wide spectrum of price points and features. This motherboard represents the Ryzen's performance on a new platform by means of an updated power design offering the best experience to the users who care about performance.
Gigabyte X470 motherboards maximise your PC's potential with AMD StoreMI technology. StoreMI accelerates traditional storage devices to reduce boot times and enhance the overall user experience. This easy-to-use utility combines the speed of SSDs with the high capacity of HDDs into a single drive. This enhances the read/write speeds of the device and transforms the everyday PC to a performance driven system.
ALC1220 120dB(A) SNR HD Audio with Smart Headphone Amp automatically detects impedance of your head-worn audio device, preventing issues such as low volume and distortion. This gives you the best immersive gaming experience to go with your compatible AORUS gaming headset. Similarly, the microphone input has higher front dynamic range that allows gamers to hear more clearly - no more confusing "NO! NO!" as "GO! GO!".
With durability in mind, Gigabyte provides a thermal solution for M.2 drives. The M.2 Thermal Guard prevents throttling and bottlenecks from M.2 devices as it helps to reduce and dissipate heat before it becomes an issue.
As well as this, Smart Fan 5 you can ensure that your gaming PC can maintain its performance while staying cool. This allows users to interchange their fan headers to reflect different temperatures at different places on the motherboard.