Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro Review

Storage

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro Review

Storage

The fact that so many PCI Express 4.0 lanes are included on the CPU has enabled X470 motherboards to push our M.2 drive along at a fair old clip. With the X570 being designed around this technology though it's clear that there is a benefit to be utilising the full fat version, with very nearly 5 GB/s read speeds.

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05-12-2019, 06:20:49

robbiec
Would love to see a ranking table for all the X570s so far reviewed. Is this better than the Asus Prime X570? Gigabyte seem to really have taken Zen2 on board, some of their server offerings for Epyc 7002 are class leading, same with the TRX40 designs.Quote

05-12-2019, 06:33:19

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by robbiec View Post
Would love to see a ranking table for all the X570s so far reviewed. Is this better than the Asus Prime X570? Gigabyte seem to really have taken Zen2 on board, some of their server offerings for Epyc 7002 are class leading, same with the TRX40 designs.

Thats what the graphs are for dude. What one is best is subjective though.Quote
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