|Wireless Type||802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
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- Socket TR4 (or SP3), Supports AMD Ryzen Thread ripper Processors. Operating System - Support for Windows 10 64-bit
- DDR4, Quad-Channel, 8 DIMMs
- Turbo B-Clock, Built-in Advanced Performance Tuning IC
- 4-Way Graphics Support with Dual Armor and Ultra Durable Design
- Ultra-Fast M.2 with PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA interface
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Multi-Zone LED Light Show Design
With more customizability than ever AORUS X399 motherboards boast the most advanced LED system in the market today. With more customizability than ever and a convenient and intuitive UI, you will have a blast making your AORUS your own. The onboard 5-Pin pin header can control RGB, RGBW, and RGB/UV LED Strips, giving you an even wider spectrum of colors.
Smart Cooling Done Right
Automatically detect fans/coolers and obtain up-to-the-second information on flow-rate and water-temperature through Smart Fan 5, our most powerful and comprehensive fan curve software to date.
Gigbayte X399 AORUS motherboards ensure your system is running smoothly with 9 temperature sensors and 8 hybrid fan pin headers.
Onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Stay connected with built in Wifi and Bluetooth modules. The X399 AORUS series comes equipped with the Intel Dual Band 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2 – AC 8265 WiFi Module, giving you the capability to start browsing right away. Eliminate wires and get the convenience of setting up your system in any room, anywhere. With Bluetooth, you can stay mobile and control applications on your computer directly through your phone.
Triple M.2 with Thermal Guard
X399 AORUS motherboards support triple NVME PCIe x4 M.2, allowing enthusiasts to maximize their system's potential.
With durability in mind, Gigabyte provides a thermal solution for M.2 drives-Thermal Guard. The M.2 Thermal Guard prevents throttling and bottlenecks from M.2 devices as it helps to reduce and dissipate heat before it becomes an issue.
With the ability to flash the BIOS without the need of a CPU or memory installed, Q-Flash Plus paired with the patented DualBIOS provides peace of mind for those that need to upate or may have corrupted their primary BIOS.
Front USB 3.1 Header
Equipped with next generation connectivity onboard AORUS X399 Gaming Motherboards already support the chassis of the future.
Onboard USB 3.1 front headers allow fast and convenient acccess to compatible USB 3.1 drives and mobile devices directly through case ports.
|X399 AORUS Gaming 7||X399 Designare Ex|
|Chipset||AMD X399||AMD X399|
|Memory Support||8x DIMM, DDR4, XMP Ready||8x DIMM, DDR4, XMP Ready|
|Max. Memory Capacity||Up to 128GB, 3600MHz (OC)||Up to 128GB, 3600MHz (OC)|
|PCIe 3.0 x16||2x PCIe x16 slots, running at x16 / 2x PCIe x16 slots, runnin at x8 / 1x PCIe x16 slot, running at x4||2x PCIe x16 slots, running at x16 / 2x PCIe x16 slots, runnin at x8 / 1x PCIe x16 slot, running at x4|
|M.2||3x M.2 Support with Thermal Guard + RAID Support||3x M.2 Support with Thermal Guard + RAID Support|
|USB 3.1||1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C / 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A / 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Internal header||1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C / 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A / 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Internal header|
|Audio||ALC1220 120dB SNR + WIMA||ALC1220 120dB SNR + WIMA|
|Network||Killer E2500 LAN / Intel DualBand Wi-Fi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2||2x Intel GbE LAN / Intel DualBand Wi-Fi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2|
|Gigabyte RGB Fusion Lighting||Yes, with Digital LED support||Yes, with Digital LED support|
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||Amazon Warehouse||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|CPU Socket||NA||Socket AM4||Socket TR4||Socket TR4||Socket TR4||—|
|Item Dimensions||14.09 x 11.57 x 3.19 inches||13.18 x 10.62 x 3.14 inches||3.70 x 12.36 x 13.86 inches||15.00 x 12.25 x 4.22 inches||12.00 x 1.50 x 10.60 inches||12.00 x 9.60 x 0.10 inches|
|Item Weight||3.70 lbs||3.00 lbs||2.20 lbs||6.62 lbs||4.50 lbs||3.00 lbs|
|Memory Slots Available||8.0||8.0||8||8.0||8.0||8.0|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4|
|Supported Motherboard||ATX||ATX||ATX||ATX||Extended ATX||ATX|
Socket TR4 (or SP3), Supports AMD Ryzen Thread ripper Processor RGB FUSION with RGB LED / ALC1220 120dB SNR HD Audio/ SMART FAN 5 + FAN STOP / SERVER CLASS Digital Power Design / Triple NVMe PCIe M.2 / Dual Armor / USB with Precise Digital Fuse / Front USB 3.1 Header / Q-Flash Plus. ATX Form Factor; 358x294x81mm.
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8/16/2017: Updates to this review may come as time goes on. So far any issues I've had, I've been able to fix. None of them where board failure issues.
-Solid feeling board; heavy duty (no clue what the other reviewer was taking about, this thing is great build quality).
-Great M.2 placements with heat sinks
-Easy cpu install
-LED lights look fantastic; Add G.Skill TridentZ RGB And NZXT Kraken x62 comer for a fantastic RBG showing
INSTALLING THE CPU: For those of you complaining about the 1-2-3 screw tightening on this board when installing the CPU, it's kind of common sense. Don't tighten the first screw all the way down. Tightening down the first screw all the way will push the bracket towards that screw, raising the back end of the braket where screws 2 and 3 are. This makes it hard to get the threads on screws 2 and 3 to catch. Start all three screws slightly so the threads catch, and then tighten screw one all the way down, then 2, then 3.
-The placement of the 4 and 8 pin power ports for the CPU can be a pain to get too with certain cases, as they are close to the heatsink at the top of the board. Kind of a tight squeeze.
-Gigabyte app center doesn't always download the latest versions of apps. I installed RGB Fusion through app center, and when launching RGB Fusion, I'd get a BSOD. You need to uninstall gigabyte app center and all apps, and re- download app center and the individual apps like RGB fusion right off their website, and install those versions off your hard drive. Doing this solved my crash issue, and RGB Fusion launched.
First off, this is a brand new platform. Being this early in release, there WILL BE ISSUES. Don't down rate the board because of that. I am reading some of these reviews, and it is un-real how people will give a bad review just because they are frustrated. I have been up and running solid for 4 days now, doing video editing, audio production works, ect.
Be sure to install the latest bios for this board. Ryzen updates and memory support updates are still rolling in.
After installing Windows 10 pro, as soon as I booted up to desktop I would BSOD crash. Some sort of netwrk.sys error. Windows genetic Wi-Fi drivers for the onboard Wi-Fi where the issue. Booted into safe mode with networking, went to Gigabyte's website, download the latest drivers, no more crashing from that.
I did crash while rendering video in Vegas Pro, but that was due to an outdated graphics driver. Installing the latest driver fixed it. Nothing board related.
This is a new board, new chipset, new platform. I didn't have any issues with the board itself during install, and I've been stable now for 4 days after fixing the various driver issues I've had so far. So for now, I'm calling the board solid until my research proves otherwise. I have never had issues with Gigabyte boards before with over 10 years of system builds under my belt. I'm confident the board will continue to be solid as updates roll out.
UPDATE: 6-29-2018 - Been running this board for almost 2 years now. Gaming, heavy video editing, heavy audio production/project studio tasks. Still solid as a rock and still ripping rendering times apart. Great board for me!
1.Gigabyte AORUS 1080ti Waterforce would not insert all the way into any PCIe slot when using the Thermaltake F51 Case and this motherboard. The vid card's brackets would hit the left side of the motherboard (the plastic casing that protects the audio components). The case is to blame as there are no issues when the board is out of the case as I was able to firmly seat the vid card all the way in. I modified both vid cards so that the brackets are flushed.
2.Board will not boot, error code 9c shows up when I have my Sonnet Allegro Pro USB 3.0 PCIe card installed at top PCIe 4X slot. Once I removed the card, I finally got to the startup screen.
3.Got inside the BIOS, updated it successfully to Ver.F2K, but right after it reboots, error code 62 is showing and a blank cursor. Reset the CMOS didn't work, so I removed BOTH my Apricorn Velocity Duo X2's (installed on both PCIe 8X slots) and only then it worked. Proceeded to disable IOMMU so Windows would install properly and enabled XMP for my Dominators.
4.My vid cards are the only peripherals installed occupying the PCIe X16 slots. I proceeded to install Win10. Installed the WiFi drivers from Gigabyte when I got on the Desktop (I read somewhere that Win10's default drivers would crash the system).
Installed all the Gigabtye drivers for the system, Corsair Link, Nvidia graphics drivers, Samung NVMe drivers, & etc. Now she's up and running like a champ! TR temps in the high 40's, low 50's (deduct 27deg, see gurud3d TR review for reasoning) when idle using Corsair H115i push/pull config and it's glorious 32 threads are locked and loaded.
I will update this later as I will plug back in the Apricorn Velocity Duo X2's and the Sonnet Allegro Pro to see if the system will boot up after the BIOS update.
After updating to BIOS F2k the board still would not boot with the Sonnet and Apricorn cards, along with vid cards in SLI. Tried different combinations (with/without Sonnet, Apricorn & etc) the board simply is not compatible with these cards. They're going back into the Mac Pro.
Anyone interested in a Mac Pro 4.1? lol
Everything is solid except the for the newest RGB fusion & Aorus 1080 ti Utility programs as I keep getting the BSOD (gdrv.sys driver is the culprit) when launching. If you want to use RGB Fusion make sure you download from the website, not through the APP center. The exe from the website works and it does not crash. As for the Aorus 1080ti Utility it just doesn't work, no matter which version so ignore it completely and use MSI Afterburner instead.
My Dominators were working then all of a sudden the system won't boot with all four sticks. It'll boot with two though. I'm in the process of returning these for a G.Skill 3200C14's instead. I'll update this review again in the next coming days.
UPDATE: I updated my BIOS to the latest, F2 (F3d is out though). No problems with encountered so far.
My Dominators were NOT defective after all. They were not pushed in all the way so everything is fine. Also a friend of mine has the same mobo & 1950X but using G.Skill F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR and confirmed it's working even though its not on the QVL list (this is also the same kit guru3d.com & other reviewers are using).
Ran Memtest86 and my Dominators passed (entire test was 7 hrs long)! The Dominator kit i'm using is CMD32GX4M4B3600C16 and it is on the QVL list.
I am now encountering Prime95 instability as a couple of threads are failing the test so I suspect my Corsair H115i can't handle the full load heat its producing. Mind you I haven't OC'd the Threadripper yet, so it's stock! I'm now considering a custom loop with a 360 radiator to cool it down.
Gigabyte updated their QVL and my Dominators were no longer Quad channel supported on BIOS version F2k, so maybe that's why they're not stable. Either way It doesn't work properly so I returned it and got GSkill F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR. After 14 hrs testing using memtest86 and Prime95 it's solid like a rock and no errors!
Swapped the Motherboard initially because it could of been bad board, in doing so found out that the original motherboard had issues with Active State Power Mangement (PCIe thing) which had to be disabled on one board. Kept the replacement board, replaced the CPU and the RAM (not necessary, but the Vengence was on Corsairs website as X399 compatible where Dominator memory was only on QVL list and most likely tested against 1950X only).
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The TR4 socket suffers from the known Foxconn issue that you have to put ludicrous amounts of force to get the first screw to engage. Why, on such a premium board, is the IO shield your normal cheap tat and not built in?
The only audio line out is the same port that has the headphone amplifier feature, so I have had to plug my headphones into the "Speakers" output, and my speakers into the "Headphones" output. It appears you can't even change the names.
The bios it shipped with had no support for virtualisation, and the latest bios has it hidden about 3 submenus deep. Of all the bioses I've used dating back to 286s and earlier, this is the worst, most badly laid out, confusing unintelligible mess.
The software is atrocious. When it's not crashing, causing bluescreens or ignoring user input, it will sit there consuming 100% cpu. This includes the autostarting app installer/launcher rubbish, which actually installs older versions of software than are available from Gigabyte's website!
This is 7 months after release. The latest BIOS is 5 months old and none of the utility software has seen an update in 5-7 months - Gigabyte have evidently just abandoned this board.
The BIOS is easy to use.