The successor to its highly-rated Z370 Aorus Gaming 7, Gigabyte's Z390 Aorus Master is designed to support greater core loads without sacrificing features.
The Gigabyte X399 Designare-EX is a beautiful package, but is the beauty only skin-deep? We inspect this impressive specimen from box to socket to find out.
AMD's refreshed B450 chipset doesn’t disappoint. Gigabyte’s B450 Aorus Pro WIFI takes features from the Aorus 7 and delivers a value that’s hard to beat.
Dual Gig-E, dual M.2, and a 1.73Gb/s dual-band Wi-Fi controller…what else could we ask for in a Mini ITX motherboard? Let’s find out!
Gigabyte’s mid-priced alternative to its pricey Gaming 7, the Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 is still packed with features. Does that make it a great value?
What happens when you take the powerhouse of I/O and thread counts that is AMD’s Threadripper, and plug it into a prosumer motherboard overflowing with LEDs? Let's find out!
AMD is launching new 2nd Gen Ryzen processors, but the unsung hero is the X470 chipset. Does this Gigabyte board stand out among many competing mobos?
New mainstream chipsets integrate a couple formerly-pricey features for the first time in three years. We test three boards to find out more!
Gigabyte’s elite-class Designare EX brings a bunch of features to the “high-end desktop” (HEDT) X299 market. Is it worth the price?
With a superb screen and a solid build, the Aero 15X offers a competitive edge in the increasingly competitive Max-Q laptop market.
The newer Pro version of Gigabyte’s X299 Aorus Gaming 7 brings advancements in power management and cooling. Will it push our parts farther, faster, and more efficiently to promote value?
What kind of gaming PC can you get for less than $1500? Gigabyte's BRIX Gaming VR is a barebones mini PC, and it offers one potential answer to that question. We give it spin in our test lab.
With its GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Gaming 8G, Gigabyte satisfies Nvidia's specifications and presents a gap-filler that has to make due without factory overclocking.
Can the bite sized Gigabyte AB350N-Gaming WiFi flex its muscles when compared to its bigger X370 brothers?
Model 7 in Gigabyte’s Z370 Aorus Gaming line aims its teeth straight for the meaty middle of the enthusiast market.