What an interesting time it will be with Intel slinging Z270's at the same time AMD's Z370 arrives on the scene; there is no possible way some people could get confused. It will also make the next generation of board names interesting as the two companies fight for numbering rights. GIGABYTE's Aorus Z270X Gaming 9 comes with an impressive price tag of $500, so it will be interesting to see if [H]ard|OCP finds the feature set on the board worth of that investment. The four 16x PCIe 3.0 slots will support four GPUs simultaneously and there are both a pair of M.2 and U.2 slots, to say nothing of the onboard SoundBlaster. Head on over to read through the full review.
"GIGABYTE’s Z270X Gaming 9 is one of the most feature rich and ultra-high end offerings you’ll see for the Z270 chipset this year. We were super fond of last year’s similar offering and as a result, the Z270X Gaming 9 has very large shoes to fill. With its massive feature set and overclocking prowess, it is poised to be one of the best motherboards of the year."
Here are some more Motherboard articles from around the web:
- MSI Z270 SLI PLUS Review @ OCC
- MSI Z270 Gaming M7 Motherboard Review @ Hardware Canucks
- MSI Z270 Gaming M7 @ Kitguru
- ASUS ROG Maximus IX Formula Review @ OCC
- Biostar Racing Z270GT4 @ techPowerUp
Intel slinging Z270’s at the
Intel slinging Z270’s at the same time AMD’s Z370 arrives on the scene; there is no possible way some people could get confused
Nope, no one will get those confused ;P
Between the sentence you
Between the sentence you quoted and the headline, I have to think PCPer is having fun at our expense. I approve.
The X’s and the Z’s are real
The X’s and the Z’s are real popular with the marketing folks! Motherboard or Car marketing monkeys love them some simple minded monobrow knuckle dragging fools to get their money separated and flowing towards the company’s coffers!