GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS GAMING 7

Although the Z370 represents a modest update to Intel’s desktop chipsets, we doubt that will deter the passionate DIY builders from springing for an Intel 8th Gen processor and a new board. We recently looked at both the Intel Core i7-8700K and the inexpensive-but-spicy Core i5-8400 and found both to be solid chips for gamers.

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7

Equipped with support for the latest 8th Gen CPUs, the Gaming 7 delivers a huge range of features. You’ll find high-end audio, extensive RGB lighting, robust connectivity and networking, and so much more. Of course, you’ll also get impressive connectivity thanks to the triple M.2 mounts, Optane support, and Thunderbolt. If that wasn’t enough, premium overclocking components ensure stable performance for overclocking.

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7

In this review, we’ll be looking at the AORUS Z370 Gaming 7 from Gigabyte. They did an excellent job with the Z270 line-up of AORUS boards, and with Z370, I’m personally expecting more of the same. But if you’re currently running a 7700k on a Z270 motherboard, is upgrading to Z370 something you really want to consider?

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7

The Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 motherboard from Gigabyte is a high end piece of hardware that supports the latest Intel 8th Gen. Coffee Lake CPUs with an Intel Z370 chipset. The final part of that sentence is self-evident as Z370 is currently the only 8th Gen. chipset.

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS GAMING 7

The Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 is the highest model Z370 motherboard we currently see from GIGABYTE, and it is designed to fully support the new processors, provide great overclocking, and it’s also loaded with features. Let’s take a look at what GIGABYTE has to offer.

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS GAMING 7

What’s a mobo manufacturer to do to set itself apart when the primary changes are in a standard component that everybody has to implement? In the case of Gigabyte’s Z370 Aorus Gaming 7, its highest-end Z370 board so far, the answer is a healthy dose of fresh styling cues and new construction techniques borrowed from the company’s latest Intel X299 and AMD X399 motherboards. 

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS GAMING 7

Gigabyte’s previous mainstream Intel Gaming 7 board was clad in white shrouds and heatsinks, so design-wise, things have changed a heck of a lot. We’re now dealing with a much darker, meaner-looking motherboard in the Z370 Aorus Gaming 7, but while it costs a few notes more, there are indeed a few additions to the specs table too.

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7

The board certainly looks cleaner than its direct predecessor. Two separate, screwed-in heatsinks sit at right angles to one another, by the CPU socket, though underneath there’s one long heatpipe, covering the power delivery section. You may think that directly above this duo is another heatsink, yet this is not the case. 

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS GAMING 7

ith dual LAN, gold plating, high end audio, USB 3.1, RGB LEDs everywhere you look and even swappable overlays the Gaming 7 brings many tools to the party. Of all the manufacturers Gigabyte are the ones who have really taken lighting to the next level and the support for 300 (count em) Digital LEDs is something that we cannot wait to see in action once the modders get their hands on it.

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