An enormous gallery of AM4 motherboard that are arranged to back AMD Ryzen processors has been posted by Videocardz. With the launch of AMD’s Ryzen CPUs only half a month away from now, motherboard producers around the globe are beginning to make a big appearance their supporting hardware. Gigabyte has now done as such in a current Facebook post, exhibiting its new AORUS AM4 motherboard, Complete with orange LEDs and vast heatsinks for different critical parts.
Gigabyte didn’t announced a considerable measure of data about this board, just making a statement saying that it’s known as the GA-AX370-Gaming 5 and is outlined on account of AMD’s Ryzen CPUs. The chipset does retain overclocking support for all AM4 CPUs that will be offered in the future. However we can conclude a couple of information on interest from the photos.
The board has highlighted three features, complete size PCI Express ports, and in addition a trio of NVME M.2 PCIE connectors. The design is very perfect, with the IO ports and SATA connectors limited to the edges of the PCB.
Orange LEDs illuminate the four DIMM spaces and each of the top two PCI Express x16 ports. There are huge heatsinks on the chipset and PWM ranges and an EMI guard is there for the back plate IO connectors.
The rear panel has a PS/2 combi port, what looks like the four USB 3.0 ports, some USB 2.0 ports, and a revocable USB 3.0 Type-C connector. There are likewise three of extra USB 3.1 connectors. There are twin Ethernet ports, which seems that is to be controlled by an on board Killer NIC and Intel Gigabyte Ethernet, and a five gold plated 3.5mm sound ports which are dealt by Gigabyte’s on board AMP-UP of a sound solution. It the one that likewise includes some characteristics as a double boot UEFI BIOS.