GIGABYTE Announces AM4 Ryzen Support

AORUS Motherboards Arise New AM4 Ryzen Platform

[Press Release] Taipei, Taiwan, February 24th, 2017 – GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, is proud to announce the rise of the AORUS Gaming Series Motherboards on the New AM4 Ryzen Platform from AMD. The AM4 Platform will host the X370, B350 and A320 Chipsets which all support the Ryzen CPUs. GIGABYTE will have all three chipsets available, each fully optimized for CPUs with 8-Cores and 16 Threads, for consumers who are interested in any segment of the platform. With user-centric features exclusive to GIGABYTE, consumers will find RGB Fusion, Smart Fan 5 and Dual Audio Chips that provides a solution like no other.

With anticipation building for the new platform, GIGABYTE has made no compromises with its innovative technologies. The fully customizable RGB LEDs from RGB Fusion will allow users to customize their system exactly the way they want. Smart Fan 5, an intuitive user interface, works in tandem with hybrid fan headers for optimum cooling performance and system protection. Moreover, RGB Fusion has made its way onto many accessories and peripherals already in the market. RGB Fusion Ready devices allow enthusiasts to control all of their RGB lit products from a single interface.

“This is an exciting time for GIGABYTE as Ryzen processors will bring new technologies and innovations that many of our consumers have longed for,” said Henry Kao, Vice President of GIGABYTE’s Motherboard Business Unit. “Even more so, GIGABYTE has continued to improve upon the platform adding exclusive GIGABYTE features that enthusiasts demand.”

Read the full Press Release from GIGABYTE here.


Taiwan sdougal says:

Discuss here...

Canada WhiteWulfe says:

Only question that remains is where are the z270 and 370x overclocking boards from Gigabyte....

Argentina Alan_Alberino says:

WhiteWulfe said: Only question that remains is where are the z270 and 370x overclocking boards from Gigabyte....

Z270X-Gaming SOC is already announced... GA-Z270X-Gaming SOC (rev. 1.0) - GIGABYTE - Motherboard , Graphics Card , Laptop , Mini-PC , Server , PC Peripherals and more

X370 OC Board seems it doesn't make too much sense yet...

Canada WhiteWulfe says:

First three quarters of that page is all about gaming and RGB.... Only mention of overclocking is the optional OC Panel. Notice the key word. Optional. It also isn't listed under their overclocking series when you sort through the motherboards on their page. Board seems to be more lip service than actually aimed at overclocking.

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