gigabyteone of the leading companies in high-performance hardware and components and for gaminghas announced its new AORUS X670E and X670 Chipset motherboards compatible with the Ryzen 7000 generation of AMD processors, which are based on the Zen 4 architecture and are the first to use the AM5 socket.
As our readers will know by now, AORUS is the brand of consumer-oriented products. gaming from GIGABYTE, which is geared towards bringing the highest quality to gamers. AORUS X670 series supports PCIe 5.0 interface via M.2 form factor and DDR5 RAM memories to offer users performance and stability through direct digital power and advanced thermal solutions. On the other hand, the model X670E AORUS XTREME employs 18+2+2 direct digital power to effectively improve system stability and unleash the full power of Ryzen 7000 processors, which are here to rival Intel’s Raptor Lake.
AORUS X670 and X670E motherboards incorporate a powerful dissipation system so that the user can get the most out of the overclock. To that end, both motherboard series are stacked with advanced thermal designs like the 8mm Mega-Heatpipe, full coverage VRM heatsinks, and M.2 Thermal Guard III heatsinks on the storage devices. This combination allows you to get the most out of the latest generation video games without fear of problems such as thermal throttlingwhich despite how bad it sounds, is actually a defense mechanism built into the hardware to prevent damage from overheating.
Newly added EZ-Latch Plus (for X670E motherboards) and EZ-Latch (for X670 motherboards) mechanisms make PC mounting easy by simplifying graphics card removal using a single button and They make installing an SSD in the M.2 form factor easier by not requiring screws.
The first batch of GIGABYTE Ryzen 7000 compatible motherboards will consist of four models: X670E AORUS XTREME, X670E AORUS MASTER, X670 AORUS ELITE AX and X670 GAMING X AX. The first two are aimed at enthusiasts, the third at the general public and the fourth, which is marketed under the GIGABYTE brand and not AORUS, is cheaper, although that does not mean that it is less competent.