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- Z390 AORUS PRO WIFI
Socket / CPU
Black / Silver
- 2-Way SLI Capable
- CrossFire Capable
PCI-E x16 Slots
PCI-E x8 Slots
PCI-E x4 Slots
PCI-E x1 Slots
SATA 6 Gb/s
Depends on CPU
Onboard USB3.0 Headers
- 148 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Rowlet
Wow it was my first time getting a board with WiFi - I highly recommend it because before I installed my own internet, but with this, everything works out of the box. I was a bit wary because it seemed like it was marketed towards gamers, and you know how they like to add flashy things and packaging, but it's a very solid board.
The bios worked well. I don't think I liked their manual very much - if someone is inexperienced, I think their newer manuals seem to cut out some details like if it mattered if the ram were in the first or second set of channels.
- 29 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build First time build in H510 Elite
Best motherboard for its price bracket in terms of VRMs. Software isn't amazing but I can put up with it just for how good the price is. Motherboard looks good with a vertical GPU setup and the black PCB is really nice. Took a star off cause the first one that I got had defective wifi chip but besides that the new board is excellent!
- 24 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build H500m, i7-8700 3.7,NZXT Kraken X72
Could do with an extra 3.0 internal for my build
- 22 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Stealthy Creative Workstation
Great VRM's. Possibly the best for it's class. Looking for awesome VRM's for overclocking for a motherboard under $160? THIS IS IT.
Also still comes with plenty of bells and whistles; onboard RGB lights, 2 M.2 slots, WiFi, USB C.
- 20 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Spidey's Lab
The build quality and features of this board are top notch and not overly expensive. The ability to overclock using the UEFI seem pretty simple enough, but it could certainly use some tweaks to be less tedious in navigating. The utility software definitely needs some major improvement though. Their App Center doesn't recognize that you have more recently updated software for its own programs and RGB Fusion also definitely could some use major updating and provide more options for RGB control.
- 14 points
- 27 days ago
from completed build First Build - White and Compact
A great IO assortment including 4 USB 2.0s, 5 USB 3.0s, and a USB-C. Wifi and Bluetooth both work great, which is good as I lack ethernet in my room. BIOS is simple enough to navigate and set fan curves, and through Gigabyte's software I set the LEDs to white to match my build.
- 12 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Another White NZXT H500 - "Super" first build
Really nice motherboard, simple to work with and fit. The inbuilt IO shield did mean I had to remove a rear fan however in a slightly larger case it would have fit in with no issues. The RGB settings are nice and it works well with other software.
- 11 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Z-Machine
No complaints with this board. It came with the F10 BIOS installed which I then updated to F11 downloaded from Gigabyte's website to a USB key. I then updated the BIOS within the UEFI BIOS itself. The F11 BIOS added refinements to the UEFI interface making it easier to navigate and find things like setting up fans and enabling XMP on the RAM among other things.
Enabling XMP automatically set my Corsair RAM modules to their rated speed of 3200. The board has plenty of headers for fans. I am using 4 fans total... Three 140mms (two in the front one in the rear) and a 120mm for the CPU. The BIOS can control fan speeds depending on how hot certain components are (CPU, PCH, or you can use the supplied temp probe) as long as the fans have three or four pins. My two front fans only have three pins each but the motherboard is still able to vary their speed depending on how hot the PCH and the CPU are which is what I set their speed to respectively. The rear exhaust fan I pegged the speed to the CPU temp just like one of the front fans and the CPU fan.
I am using both NVMe slots (for the Samsung 1TB Evo Plus and the 500MB Evo Plus) which means only three SATA ports are usable. This is fine with me as I only use three anyways... One for 2TB Samsung 860 Evo, one for the 4TB WD HDD, another for the DVD-RW drive.
I have to mention the sound quality from the integrated audio chip on this board is great. I have an old Logitech 560Z 5.1 system which can decode Dolby Digital (DD) 5.1 and is hooked up to this board via optical connection. When I use the Windows 10 Netflix app, PCM sound is streamed via the optical connection and is decoded in DD 5.1. The Gigabyte Realtek Audio Console for Windows 10 is somewhat barebones but is very usable. The important thing is I get distortion free sound whenever I play games, watch movies, or stream music from Spotify or Youtube. It allows you to control either the Digital or Analog input stream applying effects, equalization, etc. to which ever you are using.
The integrated Wifi / Bluetooth on this board is also great... The board comes with a folding antennae that has a magnetized bracket making placement on the top rear of my case very easy. I am using the built-in Bluetooth to connect my mouse.
In addition to the Gigabyte Audio Console, the other Gigabyte software I am using is the RGB Fusion to control the RGB lighting on the board itself and the case. I am using both the 12 V RGB headers (to control the lights on the CPU and Case fans) and 5V Addressable RGB headers (to control the LED lights that provide additional highlights to the case). The Addressable RGB LEDs enable more effects with each LED on the strip able to display a different color.
I have no complaints with this board at all. My previous PC which was my desktop for 9 years also had a Gigabyte motherboard. I am hoping this board lasts as long.
- 11 points
- 15 days ago
from completed build Project Aurora
Got this board because it was reasonably priced at the time of purchase ($150 which was the same price as the non wifi pro at the time). Reviews of it were good saying that the VRM's were well done which you need if overclocking as I intended to do. Other features I wanted were at least 2 nvme slots, 6 sata slots, and a usb c header which this checked all of the boxes. Although I don't have other boards to compare to, I did not think the RGB on this board looked all that good, especially the around the ram, so I disabled it in the bios.
- 9 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build Intel 8th Gen for Gaming/Streaming/Rendering
I have was using a Gigabyte board on my computer for 8 years, and now I am using this one. The BIOS was easy to navigate and there is even an EZMode to help make setting up the CPU and RAM speeds.
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