Gigabyte’s G1-Killer Logo Picturised

"Gigabyte has thrown out a logo that shows how serious it is about its new gaming boards."

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Gigabyte has already announced its intentions of coming up with a series of gaming motherboards, with official unveiling set for CES in January 2011. Response has been lukewarm, so Gigabyte has decided to tease enthusiasts some more; the manufacturer has thrown out a logo that shows how serious it is about the new gaming boards.

Branded G1-Killer, the new motherboard series from Gigabyte is expected to take on the likes of ASUS’ Republic of Gamers (ROG). Considering that and the history of Gigabyte, these should be some serious interest in the upcoming line-up. Gigabyte too wants to ensure that, so it has come up with this muscular-looking logo.

As with the first banner, the logo too has made its appearance on the unofficial Gigabyte Tech Blog. At first sight, the G1-Killer logo looks like something straight out of a mafia flick - there is a bullet linking the G1 with the Killer, a bullet hole for the dot above the ‘I’ and a gun representing the ‘R’. The designing of the logo leaves no doubt that Gigabyte plans to hit hard and compete harder.

Now, the entire industry knows that the boards will be on display at CES 2011, will support Intel CPUs and carry price tags of $299 and above, so the wait is only going to be for the actual features. Hot or not so hot?

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06-12-2010, 09:59:50

Holy moly !

Grandma, what big fans you have ! :o

06-12-2010, 10:29:57

Jesus! Mahoosive

06-12-2010, 13:34:41

would like some black with orange LEDS to replace my front and rear fans in my case.... shame they dnt do multicoloured blades aswell tho.. would be nice to see some orange blades with black.

18-12-2010, 19:40:32

Mr. Strawberry
i want the 140mm blue LED ones

19-12-2010, 10:52:37


Holy moly !

Grandma, what big fans you have ! :o

All the better to blow you with XD

19-12-2010, 13:09:07

very interested in the 230mm fan but its depth is the same as the NZXT fan I already have which will cause problems with my CPU cooler if i change to one that is 1mm taller (clashes).

is it possible to make one 20/25mm deep?

20-01-2011, 06:25:36

great idea though it introduces a lot of cables into the case.

21-01-2011, 18:37:01

Ordered five 120's with red led's to drop into my Survivor.

Gonna give it a slight mod too :crazy:

21-01-2011, 23:26:11

Fans... *drool*

25-01-2011, 19:10:19

Looks great, but the modder in me would change the pci bracket to a 3.5 or a 5.25 bay version. (the reason for this is that if you want to change the lights not everyone wants to dive under the desk.) other then this 1 small thing its a very nice product.

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