With two 10GbE ports and twin Thunderbolt 3, the X299X Designare 10G is the champion of connectivity.
Those looking for an affordable entry to X570 will find a lot to like with this board from Gigabyte. It lacks USB-C and debug LEDs, but includes an M.2 heatsink.
You can spend more and get extra features you may not use, but for around $300, this falcon board is very tough to beat, with lots of USB and three M.2 slots.
For less than $300, the Aorus CV27F delivers everything a performance-oriented gamer could want, including HDR with both FreeSync and G-Sync PCs.
With two M.2 slots, good performance, Wi-Fi and USB-C Gen2, at a price that undercuts the competition, this ITX board is easy to recommend for SFF Ryzen 3 builders.
The Gigabyte Aero 17 HDR has a great display and offers solid performance, but its AI software confuses and it has a webcam placed in a spot that makes it unusable.
With an impressive set of features, including front-and-rear Gen2 USB options and Wi-Fi 6, plus attractive looks, this $270 X570 board from Gigabyte is worthy of serious consideration.
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Gigabyte's Z390 Aorus Xtreme combines the best features of its top boards on a single product, and then adds external controllers. We take a closer look.
Gigabyte’s Aero 15 X9 is a sleek notebook with Nvidia’s RTX Max-Q graphics, but its attempt to integrate AI into gaming is a bore.
How does AMD's top-end 2990WX perform in a full-fledged recent X399 offering? Spoiler Alert: Gigabyte learned a thing or two and the X399 Aorus Xtreme board gets it right.
Gigabyte's GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming OC 8G is every bit as fast as Nvidia's Founders Edition model, plus it adds configurable lighting, semi-passive operation, and an optional four-year warranty.
Designed for connectivity and productivity, can the inconspicuous Desginare match its flashier gaming-themed rivals in performance, overclocking, and value?