GIGABYTE X299 AORUS GAMING 9

GIGABYTE’s X299 Aorus Gaming 9 is the best GIGABYTE has to offer at launch for the X299 chipset. The X299 Aorus Gaming 9 is part of GIGABYTE’s third installment of the AORUS brand (Z270 and X370 also featured the Aorus brand), aimed at being a premium brand that caters to gamers. The X299 Aorus Gaming 9 is an improvement over its predecessors in many ways.

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ASRock X299 Taichi

ASRock’s Taichi products are one of my favorites. They are very clearly designed for users just like me. They make use of all the platform’s features and add nothing extra or superfluous; it’s just nitty-gritty goodness that soothes the soul. The ASRock X299 Taichi definitely does this, but there are a couple ripples on the lake’s surface that have left me a bit perplexed.

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GIGABYTE X299 AORUS Gaming 3

This high-end motherboard comes with support for the latest Intel Skylake-X processors, including the new i9-7900X. While we’ve already tested the extremely powerful and feature-packed Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 9, at £299, the Gaming 3 is around £200 cheaper than its big brother! Will that big price difference give us a big difference in performance?

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MSI X299 GAMING M7 ACK

The MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK we’ll show you today is the more exclusive segmented product and certainly is a good decent motherboard alright with proper dark and subtle RGB looks and feel. On the next page, a word or two on the processors and architecture, after which we’ll dive into a full photo-shoot with the MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK with that AC for AC WIFI and the K for Killer Ethernet.

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GIGABYTE X299 AORUS Gaming 3

Today I’m going to check out the Gigabyte X299 Gaming 3 from the Aorus brand. It isn’t Gigabytes lowest priced board, but at just under $280 for the MSRP it is down close to the range that people who aren’t shopping for $1000 or more CPUs would be looking. So today I’m going to see what it’s all about, test it, then run down where it stands in the market.

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ASUS PRIME X299-A

Today, we’re looking at the Prime X299-A from Asus, which retails for around £275, which is £25 less than the ROG Strix X299-E Gaming – not quite as cheap as other model’s we’ve yet to look at such as the Asus TUF X299 Mark 2 but a little more reasonable nonetheless.

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ASUS ROG STRIX X299-E GAMING

Naturally as our GPUs require ever more cooling then the extra headers for case fans and the like become even more useful. It’s also nice to have the ability to control the fans to be quiet during those moments when you are just idly browsing the net, and the ASUS allows for that.

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ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE

If you see an Asus mainstream motherboard with Deluxe in the title, you can be pretty sure of an extensive goody-bag lurking in the box, and while Asus’ premium X299 motherboard requires a hefty investment, we doubt any enthusiast’s heart rate wouldn’t climb when they take a look inside the box.

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GIGABYTE X299 AORUS Gaming 9

The Gaming 9 is packed full of features, which is no surprise, the Gigabyte AORUS Gaming 9 is the company’s flagship motherboard. Of course, you get just about every extra you can think of. If you’re building a high-end workstation, gaming system, VR rig, or even just doing some extreme overclocking, then you’ll find everything you need built-in.

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ASUS ROG STRIX X299-E Gaming

The X299-E Gaming motherboard from ASUS is a high-end gaming motherboard, priced at around £300. That’s not cheap, but it’s about mid-range for the current crop of X299 boards that run up to £500 for the enthusiast models. Of course, it’s not exactly spartan on features at this price range, and you’ll find robust overclocking, RGB lighting, M.2 storage, and a whole lot more.

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