Tenth generation fever Core X directly on Gigabyte X299X AORUS MASTER motherboard tushang
With the release of Intel's 10th generation Core X, Gigabyte also brought X299X motherboards, there are three different models: X299X Aorus Master, X299X Auros Xtreme Waterforce, X299X Designare 10G. The first two models are for high-end players, enthusiasts, and overclockers, while the latter are for professional workstations.
The biggest feature of GIGABYTE's X299X series is its strong scalability. It is the only motherboard on the market that has both Thunderbolt 3 and dual 10 Gigabit network cards. It can provide the highest transmission speed without occupying a PCIe expansion slot.
We have already got the Gigabyte X299X Aorus Master motherboard. Here is a tushang for everyone.
GIGABYTE X299X AORUS MASTER uses the E-ATX large board version, which is a larger than ATX. The motherboard uses an 8-layer PCB design, and the front and back are covered with thick armor.In addition, in order to fully dissipate heat, the motherboard has installed cooling fins at the I / O interface, the south bridge, and the memory power supply.
The 24Pin power supply of the motherboard adopts a side-mounted solution and is provided with a metal cover. This design facilitates the ventilation of the rear cooling fins.
X299X Aorus Master has 12-phase digital power supply, pre-installed Aquantia 5 Gigabit network card, one PCIe 3.0 x16 and three PCIe 3.0 x8 expansion slots.
The motherboard I / O interface part has two USB 2.0 interfaces, six USB 3.2 Gen1 interfaces, one USB 3.2 Gen2 interface, and one USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C interface.