Gigabyte X370 Aorus Gaming 5 Aorus Review

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Gigabyte X370-Gaming 5 Aorus Review

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We're back to normal in PC Mark. At this point it is as much about the stock Gaming 5 not quite being up to par as it is about the overclocked Gaming 5 trouncing the opposition.


Gigabyte X370-Gaming 5 Aorus Review

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Gigabyte X370-Gaming 5 Aorus Review


Gigabyte X370-Gaming 5 Aorus Review 

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Most Recent Comments

05-03-2017, 10:25:54

You spoil us sir !

I like it. It is kinda a cross between the X99 Deluxe and the new shaped Nvidia coolers.Quote

05-03-2017, 10:45:53

I'm very excited to see more motherboard reviews, but I do hope they are staggered to allow for BIOS and driver maturity from each developer. If all BIOS' and drivers suffered from similar issues then all results will be similar and may not reflect the future of Ryzen.Quote

05-03-2017, 15:05:08

Hey Guvnor I have enjoyed your informative reviews for years now and I always leave here more informed. Thanks for that. I am for the first time since 2005 taking the plunge into AMD territory. I have chosen this board to insert my 1700x into. I'll be putting this baby together on Tuesday and thanks to this review I feel a lot more confident about it. Looking forward to those F3f bios you mention that you'd post. Thanks again.Quote

05-03-2017, 17:14:37

I'd like to see more info on the temp sensor that Tom barely mentioned. That is IMPORTANT for us water coolers. If this is the same setup on the GB Z270 Gaming 5, it means us water fowl can set up fan curves based on liquid temps, and that has been either difficult or expensive up until now (eg using an Aquero fan controller, which is bloody expensive). I'm shocked TTL didn't even MENTION this, but I suspect the poor lad has been overworked with all this Ryzen stuff. More info is needed on that front!Quote

11-03-2017, 17:52:38

Hobby Gamer
Is styling the only difference between the GA-AX370-Gaming 5 and GA-AX370-Gaming-K7 ?Quote

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