GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS MASTER – Vortez

MASTER delivers a strong feature-set which covers all but one area – there are no Thunderbolt 4 ports. We’d have liked to see such a feature on a high-end solution like this. Regardless of this, we still get a generous selection of USB 3.2, M.2 storage support and DDR4 compatibility up to 5400MHz. For those wanting more than the average slice of features, MASTER supplies voltage checkpoints, LED debug, onboard power/reset buttons and a dual BIOS switch. There is no denying that this is a well-designed motherboard which caters for tech enthusiasts.

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GIGABYTE Z590 VISION G – TweakTown

Coming in at $100 US cheaper than the Vision D, the Vision G sacrifices significant “creator “features like Thunderbolt 4 and WiFi6 to reach its $279.99 MSRP. GIGABYTE does try to make up for it with an attractive aesthetic, and add-ons like VisionLink that enable Pen Displays like the Cintiq from Wacom to pull up to 60w of power, along with its video signal and data through a single USB-C cable.

Not all is bad with the Vision G; it’s a solid board with an ample power design that can capably handle the top level 11900K Processor’s needs. Additionally, it offers a ton of USB 3.2 connectivity both on the rear I/O and front panel chassis connections.

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GIGABYTE’s AMD “X570S” Chipset Motherboards Hit EEC

Courtesy of @KOMACHI_ENSAKA, we have new information today on what appears to be an upcoming chipset from AMD, the X570S. Numerous boards based off of the purported new chipset have hit the EEC. These are the first motherboards based off of “X570S” to do so. What boards are currently listed? Well, we have:

X570S AORUS MASTER
X570S AORUS ELITE AX
X570S AORUS PRO AX
X570S AERO G
X570SI AORUS PRO AX
X570S AORUS ELITE
X570S GAMING X
X570S UD

Now, it’s quite possible this new chipset will support the rumored Zen 3+ processors, perhaps debuting this fall prior to a Zen 4 launch in 2022. These may be an XT style release, though what improvements we have in this new “X570S” chipset…? . Perhaps no more than a little added polish and a matching price boost. We’ll wait for more details.

GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS MASTER – HardwareCooking

We find a header for USB 3.2 Type-C on the front panel and a total of 9 USB Type-A ports on the rear connector in addition to a USB 3.2 Type-C port. The audio part is managed by a Realtek ALC1220 chip and an ESS ES9118 DAC accompanied by audiophile quality WIMA and Nicichon Fine Gold capacitors. The audio part of this motherboard is still Hi-Res certified. As for the network part , AORUS has chosen to place a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port via an Aquantia controller.

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GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS PRO AX – eTeknix

For our 3rd Gigabyte AORUS Z590 motherboard review, we have their PRO AX variant. This motherboard is going to be chock-full of features and will come at a more reasonable price compared to some. Now, we already know the AORUS line of products brings both performance and quality to the table and from what we have seen with their Z590 boards so far, they are staying true to this. Offering the best of both worlds is always important so it will be interesting to see if Gigabyte can keep this going with their Z590 AORUS PRO AX.

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GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS XTREME – MadBoxPC

As part of GIGABYTE’s most powerful motherboards in their AORUS series, the electrical system is a point that takes much of the dedication in this specimen. With a 20 + 1 configuration in its digital power phases and that also each one with 100A DrMOS achieves a high stability base for extreme scenarios, especially for overclockers with low 0 cooling, thus it also distributes the load in more phases which decreases temperature.

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GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS XTREME – GinjFo

The beauty benefits from a worked dress, reinforced mechanics and muscular equipment. The bundle offers several “extras” and the equipment meets demanding needs, in particular on the network and cooling side. On this point, we find for example Thermal Ractive Armor, a nanocarbon base and three Thermal Guard II.

The beautiful offers customization options through RGB zones or a multifunction reset button. We offer you a complete test of this reference equipped with Intel’s latest showcase, the Core i9-11900K. Is it up to its 899 €?

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GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS TACHYON – Overclocking

This new “Tachyon” is perhaps the basis of a new series of motherboards dedicated to overclocking in the AORUS range. To be sure, we will have to reach a new chipset to see if we find this name again. This AORUS Tachyon is built around Intel’s new chipset , the Z590. This motherboard retains the LGA-1200 socket from the Z490 chipset which will allow you to reuse your cooling system if you wish to upgrade your configuration. As a reminder, the LGA-1200 socket is different from the LGA-1151 since we go from 1151 pin to 1200 pinat the socket level .

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GIGABYTE Z590I AORUS ULTRA – eTeknix

Gigabyte has gone with a 10-layer PCB which is more than you will find on most motherboards, especially mini-ITX ones. Combine this with the 90A Phases, plenty of thermal reducing options and you’ve got yourself a worthy ITX board. We all know AORUS is aimed more at the premium side of things and they surely have not let us down. Trying to fit everything you want on an ITX board is a feat all of its own, but to do that and keep with the high-quality components really shows the lengths Gigabyte went through when designing the Z590I AORUS ULTRA.

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GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS MASTER – eTeknix

While the Z590 AORUS Master is not the top board from Gigabyte, it is one of their betters boards and as such, comes with a whole host of features. You can find everything from support for Intel’s 11th Gen CPUs, to PCIe 4.0, WiFi 6E and more. The Master also features an advanced thermal design, 18+1 power phases for all our power and overclocking needs, USB 3.2 Gen2x2, ESS Sabre Hi-Fi 9118 DAC, 3x M.2 connections, RGB Fusion 2.0 and even Dual BIOS just in case anything goes wrong when overclocking or flashing the BIOS. This a very feature-packed board and should have almost everything one would need when upgrading to the new Z590 platform.

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