GIGABYTE AORUS XTREME Gen4 AIC SSD
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GIGABYTE Releases AORUS XTREME Gen4 AIC 32TB SSD

Today, Gigabyte announced the release of the AORUS XTREME Gen4 AIC SSD with up to 32TB of storage and speeds of up to 28GB/s. This dual-slot PCIe 4.0 x16 drive features a massive heatsink with twin fans and looks more like a graphics card than a solid-state drive. The high capacity is possible due to eight 4TB NVMe drives coupled with Phison’s PS5018-E18 controller. Pricing and availability have not been released at this time. Here is the press release from Gigabyte. Read More

Gaming

Gigabyte Reveals AMD Ryzen Powered Gaming Laptops

Gigabyte has recently unveiled two mid-grade gaming laptops equipped with AMD’s Ryzen 5000-series mobile CPUs and Nvidia’s 30-series mobile GPUs. They have been named A5 and A7 and the latter features a Ryzen 9 5900HX mobile processor and RTX 3070 laptop GPU.  Specifications on the A5 are still unknown but should be available soon. More information and specs can be found below in Gigabyte’s press release as well as the link to the Gigabyte website. Read More

News

Gigabyte Released AORUS Gen4 7000s Prem M.2 2TB SSD

Gigabyte has just announced the release of its new AORUS Gen4 7000s Prem M.2 2TB SSD with sequential read speeds of up to 7 GB/s and write speed up to 6.85GB/s. This is made possible due to its large dual heat pipe cooler and a Phison eight-channel 4th Gen E18 controller. Naturally, to reach these speeds you will need one of AMD’s X570/B550 or Intel’s  Z590 / B560 / Z490 / H470 motherboards (with a Rocket Lake-based CPU). Pricing is not available at this time. Here is Gigabytes’ official press release. Read More

News

Gigabyte Announces Aorus 4k Gaming Monitors, Console Ready

Gigabyte has recently announced the Aorus 4k Gaming Monitor that’s console ready. While the press release is geared towards console gamers, there is no reason PC enthusiasts can’t take advantage of a great display. The Gigabyte 4K ranges from 32″ up to 48″ and features up to 144Hz refresh rate and 0.5ms response time, they also take full advantage of the HDMI 2.1 connector’s bandwidth. Pricing and availability are not yet known, though they claim it is currently available. For more information please read Gigabyte’s press release below. Read More

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Gigabyte Launches AORUS ELITE series graphics cards

Gigabyte has released the new AORUS ELITE series graphics cards today. Starting with the AORUS GeForce RTX 3060 ELITE 12G and its awe-inspiring triple ring RGB lighting. This new line of cards will utilize the effective Windforce 3X cooling system. Other features will include onboard dual BIOS, graphene nano-lubricated fans, and an included backplate for added structural rigidity. Pricing and availability are still a question at the time of this article. Below is Gigabyte’s official press release. Read More

Cooling

Gigabyte Announces Aorus Waterforce X Series AIO Coolers

Gigabyte has just announced the AORUS WATERFORCE X SERIES all-in-one CPU cooler line.  Three sizes will be available in 240 mm, 280, mm, and 360 mm to fit your needs.  Each will feature large 7.8 mm tubing, a rotatable pump/water block combo, and Graphene Nano lubricated fans. What is the most eye-catching, though, is the rotatable, circular LCD screen. It is customizable and can display, .JPG, .GIF, .MP4, and a unique “Chibi Time” mode. Pricing and release dates are not yet available. Here is the press release from Gigabyte. Read More

Cooling

Gigabyte Announces Z490 Aorus Master Waterforce Motherboard

On Wednesday, July 29th, Gigabyte announced its latest All-In-One motherboard and cooler combination, the Z490 Aorus Master Waterforce.  Designed to tame Intel’s 10th generation 10-core “K” Series processors the motherboard boasts an astounding 14 phase digital power section. In order to keep the CPU and massive VRM area cool, Gigabyte developed a full coverage monoblock and paired it with a 360mm radiator. Read More

Reviews

GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER GAMING OC 8G Review

On our test bench today we have the RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC from GIGABYTE. The “Super” line of GPUs was introduced by Nvidia in late June of this year which, coincidently coincided with AMD’s launch of their new Navi-based RX 5700 line of video cards. Speculation at the time was that this move was intended to counter AMD’s perceived price/performance staging of their soon to be launched RX GPUs. AMD’s performance levels were mostly speculation at the time but rumored to be at or near the RTX 2070 levels with a similar price point. Whether or not these rumors were true the RTX Super graphics cards were released intending to slide in between their base model (RTX 2070) and the next tier (RTX 2080). These cards were sporting an increased CUDA core count much like the “Ti” versions of the past but these new Super cards also have increased RT and Tensor core counts. Read More