GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO & Z390 I AORUS PRO WIFI

There are big and little things of note when it comes to motherboard design and use, and the biggest is of course functionality. While these AORUS boards have been used exclusively for benchmarking they are gaming models (if only there was time for gaming) meant for both high performance and greater durability – which is a great combo for a test bench scenario, too.

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

Enter the Z390 Aorus Pro from Gigabyte. The Aorus brand is synonymous with PC gaming, as many great GPUs, motherboards and more are emblazoned with its Horus-inspired falcon logo, and overall they are fantastic options for discerning gamers out there.

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

To this end we had to buy this board ourselves to test it despite emaling since its launch without a single reply. It’s huge shame that they hadn’t more faith in their design team as clearly the rejig has worked wonders for the Z390 Aorus Pro.

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

Also available as a WiFi model, the standard Pro pares down the cooling when compared to the Master, understandably so. This is most obvious around the covered I/O section, with the Pro eschewing the super-thick, stacked-fin heatsink for a L-shaped design that connects the top and right sections with a heatpipe inside an aluminium sandwich.

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

At this price point it might be fair to say that GIGABYTE has taken a loss to win over more market share, and we say this because the quality of certain things on this motherboard are rare for a sub $200 motherboards. Take the DrMOS, the 2x copper in the PCB, heat pipe heat sink, and even things like integrated IO shield as examples.

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

Intel’s new Z390 was a bit of a surprise to most and is more of an update to the Z370 than an entirely new chipset. The Z390 chipset adds support up to 6 USB 3.1 gen 2 on the chip, which up until now would have to be included as a separate chip and added integrated WiFi 802.11ac support. In…

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

There are a few differences between the Z390 Aorus Pro and its Z370 counterpart, the Z370 Aorus Gaming 5. These differences go deeper than the naming scheme and the aesthetics of the boards. The Z390 Aorus Pro has a beefed up, 12+1 phase power delivery, compared to the 8+3 power phase on the Z370 Gaming 5. 

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

The Pro comes equipped with a superb 12 Phases Digital VRM. With the power hungry i9-9900K being supported, those who want to push to 5 GHz and beyond are going to need some robust power delivery. Furthermore, we know the new flagship CPU runs pretty hot. Of course, a motherboard with big VRM cooling and heatsinks is going to have something of an advance; such as the Pro.

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