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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