Gigabyte unleashes their Mini ITX GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi Rzyen motherboard

Gigabyte unleashes their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

Gigabyte unleashes their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

Gigabyte unleashes their first Ryzen Mini-ITX motherboard

 
Gigabyte has revealed their first Ryzen mini ITX motherboard, the GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi, which comes with overclocking support through AMD's B350 chipset and includes WiFi support through the use of an 802.11ac WiFi card. 


This motherboard comes with support for Ryzen CPUs, 7th generation Bristol Ridge APUs and AMD's upcoming Ryzen-based Raven Ridge APUs. We can see that this board features a 6-phase VRM design and offers 4 SATA 6Gbps connections and a single 32 Gbps M.2 slot on the rear of the motherboard. 

The GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi will sport four USB 3.0 ports on the rear IO alongside dual USB 3.1 ports, with HDMI and DisplayPort outputs which will be usable with AM4 APUs.

  

Gigabyte unleashes their first Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

 

Just like most MITX motherboards, the GA-AB350 Gaming is restricted to dual slot DDR4 memory and a single PCIe 3.0 output, which isn't really a restriction of the motherboard but a restriction of the MITX form factor. 

Gigabyte has not released the pricing or availability information about this motherboard, though we can expect to see this board hit store shelves relatively soon. 

 

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte's GA-AB350 Gaming WiFi AM4 motherboard on the OC3D Forums

 

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27-06-2017, 09:28:47

Korreborg
Hmmm Ryzen just got more interesting Quote

27-06-2017, 09:34:18

Himei
Interesting location of headers on the top. Depending on the case, will be hard to use top mounted cooling. Will probably be hard to manage cables well if there isnt a big cutout for cables in that area. Other than that, bring more ITX, that is only thing I'm waiting for to move to Ryzen.Quote

27-06-2017, 09:37:13

Korreborg
Yep. It's crap in a Corsair 250D, but its perfect for Nano S and Evolv ITX.(Both with radiator offsets) But that 8pin CPU power Quote

27-06-2017, 09:50:07

dwatterworth
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Originally Posted by Himei View Post
Interesting location of headers on the top. Depending on the case, will be hard to use top mounted cooling. Will probably be hard to manage cables well if there isnt a big cutout for cables in that area. Other than that, bring more ITX, that is only thing I'm waiting for to move to Ryzen.
It's no worse than the headers placed under the GPU!

I think it's the same engineer who keeps getting fired and moving to another manufacturer whom is responsible. Said engineer loves the game you play with toddlers:
'Does it go over here? Nooo silly! How about here!? Wrong again! One more try! Still wrong!'.Quote

27-06-2017, 10:03:09

Himei
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Originally Posted by dwatterworth View Post
It's no worse than the headers placed under the GPU!
But those are usually on mATX and ATX boards. Those type of cases has ample space for cable routing to those area PLUS they're spread out throughout the board. The EPS is top left, ATX power is along the right side, front headers are bottom right and sata ports are around chipset area. This board has EVERYTHING on top (except front audio). Cables are going to have to overlap each other, especially if you have at least 2 sata hard drives.Quote
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