GIGABYTE is a recognized brand globally, especially in PC world. The attractive features of GIGABYTE gaming motherboards are really accredited worldwide. It consists of wide range of technological expertise starting from the part of development to manufacturing. Like throughout the whole world, GIGABYTE has become much popular in Bangladesh too.
Founded in 1986, GIGABYTE is committed to providing top-notch solutions that “upgrade your life”. GIGABYTE is regarded as an inventor of a premium gaming brand, AORUS — a full spectrum of gaming products for gamers and enthusiasts. GIGABYTE has continuously brought unique new ways of digital world and created marvelous products that empower you with meaningful and charming experiences.
It is quite since long that Smart Technologies (BD) Limited has been engaged as authorized distributor of GIGABYTE in Bangladesh along with the product line of GIGABYTE products. Smart Technologies eagerly offers the most updated models of GIGABYTE products in the local market throughout Bangladesh to provide the people over here an opportunity to get introduced to this world class brand. From this perspective, Smart Technologies has recently launched a GIGABYTE gaming motherboard modeled Z370 AORUS Gaming 7. The product is featured with the most upgraded technology. Consumers’ expense will be rationalized with the features and technical capabilities that the product is possessed. You can have the details mentioned below:
Z370 AORUS Gaming 7
The GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 is the company’s flagship Intel Z370 motherboard. It comes with a decent selection of features, boasting generous storage expansion and connectivity options, customizable LEDs, and a beefed-up onboard audio solution.
It’s possible that Gigabyte may release a Gaming 9 board to plug the gap in the ultra-high-end segment, but until then, the Gaming 7 is the most feature-rich Z370 board you can get right now from Gigabyte.
That said, the laundry list of features reads more like that of a balanced all-rounder rather than that of an enthusiast-oriented model. For instance, there are no auxiliary power connectors for the CPU or an LN2 mode switch for serious overclocking. You also won’t find things like DIP switches to disable select PCIe or DIMM slots when you’re troubleshooting or tweaking your system.
The Gaming 7 features three full-length PCIe 3.0 x16 slots, and supports up to two-way SLI or three-way CrossFire. As with most boards today, all three slots have been reinforced with metal to ensure that they stand up well under the weight of the heaviest graphics cards.
Gigabyte says it uses a one-piece stainless steel design with additional anchor points for an even stronger implementation.
An extra large gap sits between the first and second PCIe 3.0 x16 slots, which is good news for two-way setups as it provides more room for cooling the first card, and makes space for larger and thicker cards. The slots will run in x8/x8 mode when both are filled, while the third slot draws on four lanes from the chipset. This means that it shares bandwidth with all three M.2 sockets and any other device connected to the PCH, and will drop to x2 mode if the third M.2 socket is occupied.
The latter will probably be the most egregious case of bandwidth sharing on this board for enthusiasts, but most folks probably aren’t going to have more than two M.2 drives and two graphics cards at once.
Similarly, the first M.2 socket also shares resources with two of the six SATA 6Gbps connectors, but I don’t see many people having more than four SATA drives. And speaking of the SATA ports, they’re thoughtfully located a little closer to the bottom edge of the board, so your graphics card doesn’t end up blocking access to them.
The topmost M.2 socket is equipped with a Thermal Guard that looks inspired by MSI’s M.2 Shield. The M.2 drive is shielded by a metal cover that acts as a passive heat sink for the tiny SSD, which is particularly important given how close it is to heat-generating components like the CPU and GPU.
That said, it’s a little disappointing to not see the other two sockets receive the same treatment.
Finally, the board also has a couple of nice features that tend to slip under the radar. This includes an ESS Sabre 9018 DAC for onboard audio, a second Ethernet port powered by the Killer E2500 Gigabit Ethernet controller, and an internal USB 3.1 (Gen 2) header that feeds a front-panel USB-C port. To cap things off, you can replace the overlay at the top right with your own 3D-printed design, which will change the lighting pattern of the LEDs underneath.
Currently, Smart Technologies (BD) Limited offers the product @ BDT 27,000.
Considering all the features, finally, it can be said that this GIGABYTE gaming motherboard is combined with incredible and smooth functions for better performances. So, in case of having your one, please visit www.smart-bd.com or make a call @ 01777734165, 01730317764 or +880258153636, +880258157002, +880258157003.