Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Xtreme Preview

Features Cont

Gigabyte TRX40 AOrus Xtreme Preview

Features Cont

We love the consistency and security that a cable provides, and with dual 10GbE potential it is likely that the only home networking solution that can utilise all this bandwidth is one that requires Cat 6a or Cat 7 cabling. If you've got the setup that can take advantage of it, the Aorus Xtreme will bring jaw dropping throughput to your home network.

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However much you might like the security and consistency that a wired network connection provides, the realities of life is that wireless is the easist way to connect the host of devices that litter our homes. To this end the TRX40 carries on from the abilities of the X570 chipset by using the Intel WiFi 6 technology which is based around the 802.11ax technology with plenty of bandwidth for all your requirements.


Gigabyte TRX40 AOrus Xtreme Preview  
Gigabyte TRX40 AOrus Xtreme Preview  

The Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme utilises the Realtek ALC1220-VB and ESS Sabre DAC combination that has proven so successful and reliable every time we've heard it. This might be a motherboard for the performance freaks but there is no compromise for people who want great audio too.


Gigabyte TRX40 AOrus Xtreme Preview  

The Aorus Xtreme isn't only about giving you epic amounts of performance potential but the Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0 is in place to let you turn your system into an approximation of the Blackpool Illuminations.


Gigabyte TRX40 AOrus Xtreme Preview  

When DDR4 first appeared the speeds available followed the old familiar pattern of new DDR technologies in that it wasn't really a significant step up over what had come before. It has, however, been rapidly refined to the point that it crushes DDR3 in every regard and the Aorus Xtreme supports 4400 MHz as XMP and we're sure there is more to come if you're willing to spend the time overclocking.


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11-11-2019, 09:16:01

Dicehunter
That boards is gorgeous !Quote

11-11-2019, 09:48:42

KingNosser
Think big dual socket would be nice, tbh amd are doing so well atm while my system is an upgrade for me on 1st gen ryzen it's still so very good very happy with it, like many if we had the cash spare then why not go for something nice I hope to one day have a project build that I can be pleased with.

I'm holding off on GPU's until next year wait and see what they can all bring to the table interesting times for hardware I can see them selling a fair chunk of these chips and boards there are plenty of people that will make use of them.

It's good to see a amd board that has a full feature set they really have got the companies on board and wiling to go out of there way to make something special these days.

so long as they stick to there current mind set and plans Intel is going to have a hard time over the coming years.Quote

11-11-2019, 10:07:47

Dark NighT
Awesome looking board that one, great vrm heatsink, Gigabyte have really turned the page and fixed their awful designs.Quote

11-11-2019, 16:11:46

Bartacus
Is there word on the prices yet? Lots of people are grumbling about the prices on this platform.Quote
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