Photos of GIGABYTE AX370 Gaming K3 Socket AM4 Motherboard PCB

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Izi Cheeseborn

    Izi Cheeseborn Active Member

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    In the second picture it seems to be staked in 3? If that's accurate, it'll be a very thick mobo! More copper perhaps? Hope to see it full fruition in complete. Might look really cool =D
     
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    Only 2 x16 slots for graphics..... Meh....
     
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    Well bro incase you were not aware crossfire/sli is becoming a dying breed so no need anymore for x16 x 4 on a motherboard. But I sure do miss those days when Z77 and x79 has multi-gpu support. I wish it would go back to the way it use to be also!:)
     

  5. xchuck

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    hey.. what about the hdmi port? is it going to have a apu support? all high end ryzen is gonna be apu?
     
  6. Amx85

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    People still saying " the chipset x370 supports X PCIE lanes" the chipset does'nt supports PCIE 3.0 lanes for graphics, the PCIE 3.0 controller is on the CPU the CPU and motherboard Will deciede how many lanes, not chipset...

    About phases, i see 7+1 i think... 3 for NB/iGFX (on APU) and 4 for Cores thats enoght for 95w, maybe higher versiones will have 4 phases for NB/iGFX and 6 to 7 for Cores thats enought for overclockers simce this CPU is'nt FX9590 or 83x0 OC lol
     
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    APU and CPU shares AM4 socket, but non-APU no has iGFX
     
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    X3 like UD3 lesser on higher end, you will see 3 PEG and 4 PEG porta for upper models
     
  9. Neo Cyrus

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    So AM4 chips will still have the pins on them... I don't like it. It's far more difficult to bend pins in a motherboard socket than on a chip. Especially if you're going to delid it. Hopefully that won't need to be a thing with Zen, which I refuse to call Ryzen because that's retarded.
     
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    Jajaja

    Zen sounds more cool

    Is easier fix pin in CPU than board, i used needles to replace pins in s370, 478, Socket 7, Socket A, 939 and others
     

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