GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Ultra Gaming

We liked the Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 enough to give it our ‘Must Have’ award, but there is no denying it is fairly expensive at £245. Move down the Gigabyte Aorus product stack past the Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 and you will come to the Z370 Aorus Ultra Gaming that is priced at a very reasonable £158, but despite that hefty saving it appears to offer the vast majority of the features you find in the Gaming 7.

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING

Today we are checking out the Z370 Ultra Gaming, which sits right in the middle of the lineup. This board will definitely be a great option for many people moving over to the Z370 platform as it has a low cost and of course in typical AORUS fashion plenty of RGB lighting. This ATX motherboard features dual M.2 slots, ALC1220 120dB SNR HD Audio with a Smart Headphone Amp, Intel LAN, Smart Fan 5 support, and USB 3.1 support. Let’s get this board on our test bench and see what it can do!

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING

Despite the lower price tag, you still get a header for USB Type-C front panel ports on the board – something MSI’s more expensive Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC lacks – although you should note that here it is limited to USB 3.0 speeds (AKA USB 3.1 Gen 1) rather than true USB 3.1 (Gen 2). 

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING

In fact the only things we can see which are missing are a heatpipe connecting the VRM heatsink to the main backplate heatsink, only two PCI Express slots with the steel armour, and no heat spreaders on the dual M.2 slots. Of course the big question is how does it perform?

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Ultra Gaming

The Ultra Gaming is, as you might have guessed, a gaming-focused motherboard. It features support for multiple graphics cards, high-performance memory, overclocking of the CPU, and blazing fast storage solutions. So let’s dive in and take a closer look at what it has to offer.

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GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING

This past January, Gigabyte officially replaced their G1-Gaming line up with the AORUS brand with the launch of Intel’s Z270 chipset. Originally designated for their high-end laptops, the AORUS name is now branded on Gigabyte’s graphics cards and motherboards. Now, less than a year later, Intel has launched their 8th generation of Core processor’s and their all new Z370 chipset.…

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