AORUS would like you grab a Coffee and take a guess

Subject: Motherboards | September 11, 2017 - 03:17 PM |
Tagged: gigabyte, aorus, Z370, Intel, coffee lake

Obviously this is neither raven nor writing desk, instead it is confirmation we will see a new Z370 motherboard arrive soon, October 5th being the expected end of term.  While the picture below is from AORUS' official Twitter feed; in this rare case the social media platform is a reliable source, there have also been a few leaks about AORUS' Z370 lineup.

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The models include the Aorus Z370 Gaming K3, Z370 Gaming 3, Z370 Gaming 5, Z370 Gaming 7 and Z370 Ultra Gaming with no Gaming 9 model announced as of yet.  You can expect quad channel memory support as well as at least two M.2 ports and support for Intel Optane on these ATX boards when they arrive for sale.

 

Source: Twitter

September 11, 2017 | 05:21 PM - Posted by John H (not verified)

Changing the Z270 label to Z370 is very impressive engineering work by Intel and board vendors..

September 11, 2017 | 11:36 PM - Posted by cookstar

quad channel memory? Z370 is mid ter yes?do you think this will make much change ?

Im running a x79 RAMPAGE IV FORMULA with a 3970x 6c12t @4.5ghz do you think that updating to Z370 would be worth it? im looking for-would to see power compare , im still happy with what i got not much i cant do atm

PS. and yes im running quad channel memory , its a
Dominator® Platinum Series — 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3 DRAM 2133MHz C9 Memory Kit (CMD32GX3M4A2133C9)with the light barkit. its more a side thing. not really need as i game for the most part with some right room photo editing from time to time. i love that there some competition pushing cpus forwood .
i have been looking for a core i7-4960x there going for about 350-400 on ebay here in aus , this would save me $$ and update

September 16, 2017 | 10:14 PM - Posted by Evan (not verified)

I still prefer their practical line of motherboards, the Gigabyte Ultra Durable, where the only LEDs are small diagnostic ones. It's a computer part not a Lite Brite.

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