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GIGABYTE Launches Four AMD X670 Motherboards

28th September 2022
Sheryl Miles

GIGABYTE is proud to launch its X670E and X670 series motherboards, which support AMD’s recently announced Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors based on the next-gen Zen 4 architecture.

GIGABYTE’s latest AM5 platform offerings are topped by the gaming-focused AORUS line-up, covering both segments of the flagship X670E and the high-end X670 chipsets. In addition to natively supporting the next-gen PCIe 5.0 slot and M.2 socket, as well as the DDR5 memory, the AORUS X670 motherboards are all about big performance and system stability, with direct digital power and advanced thermal solutions. At the same time, these boards are designed with user-friendliness in mind, featuring PCIe and M.2 EZ-Latch design to make component swapping a whole lot simplier.

The X670E AORUS XTREME has an 18+2+2 direct digital power, which effectively improves system stability for unlocking the full potential of the Ryzen 7000 series processors.

To enhance the overall heat dissipation under overclocking and full-speed operation, GIGABYTE X670E and X670 motherboards are stacked with advanced thermal designs, such as the 8mm Mega-Heatpipe, the full-coveraged VRM heatsinks, and the M.2 Thermal Guard III heatsinks on the storage devices, so that the next-gen gaming performance and transmission speed can be fully unleashed on the platform.

The incorporated EZ-Latch Plus design on the X670E and EZ-Latch on the X670 motherboards streamline the PC building process by simplifying the graphics card removal with only a push of a bottom and making M.2 SSD installation simplier than ever without the use of a single screw.

GIGABYTE will launch four motherboards, including the flagship X670E AORUS XTREME, the enthusiast-grade X670E AORUS MASTER, the mainstream X670 AORUS ELITE AX, and the value-focused X670 GAMING X AX. These boards will go on sale on September 27, 2022.

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