Gigabyte Z490 Vision G Preview

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Gigabyte Z490 Vision G Preview

Introduction

The nature of our industry is such that whenever there is a new product range the manufacturers tend to want to send us their all-singing and dancing models as a demonstration of their technical prowess. It's similar to the car industry where every review is the flagship model with every option box ticked.

That's all well and good for them, and indeed it's always nice to get a glimpse of what is the maximum possible from some new architecture, but for most of us our purchases sit a little further down a manufacturers range. The Vision G from Gigabyte is one such model. However, it isn't so cut down as to be untenable as a proposition and perhaps best of all, for those of you who like your systems in something other than black, it is based around white rather than the darkest of hues.

Indeed you could say it has a sliver of colour. Which is a statement which will soon make sense as you click through the pictures.

Technical Specifications

Gigabyte Z490 Vision G Preview  

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Most Recent Comments

13-05-2020, 09:06:44

AlienALX
Colour - Sliver.

That's got to be the funniest typo ever hahahaha.

Lesson learned, Gigabyte, don't take a beautiful board and cover it in nonsense.Quote

13-05-2020, 09:54:50

MiNo
How many M.2 ports on this? I guess 2 by looking at the pics but..?

I miss the price being mentioned on the top of the review where there is a (empty) section for it. While exact cost may not be know, and also change over time, it is a crucial bit of information. I'm thinking you may have enough information/experience to be able to guess at costs and could perhaps add it as ~£180? or "Est < £200". A board costing more than ~£200 is almost certainly a pass for me, so the info is needed to find relevant articles. Without cost I find it hard to related to a product review / preview.

Finally I absolutely love the typos! Most SLIVER. This could be a whole new 'All your base' Quote

14-05-2020, 18:24:23

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
How many M.2 ports on this? I guess 2 by looking at the pics but..?

I miss the price being mentioned on the top of the review where there is a (empty) section for it. While exact cost may not be know, and also change over time, it is a crucial bit of information. I'm thinking you may have enough information/experience to be able to guess at costs and could perhaps add it as ~£180? or "Est < £200". A board costing more than ~£200 is almost certainly a pass for me, so the info is needed to find relevant articles. Without cost I find it hard to related to a product review / preview.

Finally I absolutely love the typos! Most SLIVER. This could be a whole new 'All your base'

Prices are still under NDA.........Quote

14-05-2020, 19:33:47

AlienALX

15-05-2020, 06:42:54

Warchild
The RoG boards are even more hideous... strix etc. Jeez, now they are catered for sub 10 year olds Quote
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