GIGABYTE shows X399 AORUS Gaming 7, world’s first Threadripper motherboard

Published: May 30th 2017, 05:37 GMT   Comments


It’s here guys, first motherboard for AMD’s HEDT platform — Ryzen Threadripper. Just like X299 platform, AORUS Gaming 7 has 8 DIMMs with quad-channel support. The datasheet reveals that Ryzen Threadripper will support up to 64 PCIe Gen3 lanes for 4-way multi-GPU support. This motherboard is ready for up to 16 cores and 32 thread Threadripper CPUs.

AORUS Gaming 7 has three M.2 slots, ALC 1220 audio chipset, Killer E2500 network card and lots of RGB galore. The CPU is powered by 8+4 pin power connectors.

Source: MyNavi

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