Gigabyte Z370XP SLI pictured

Published: Sep 13th 2017, 06:38 GMT   Comments

We continue our Intel Z370 coverage with more motherboards. 


Today we are looking at a cheaper variant of the Z370 motherboard from Gigabyte. This is a new iteration of XP SLI series. Compared to Z270XP SLI, the new board has new design and color scheme. It is covered in white stripes, and the whole board is kept in black/gray tones.

Same as ‘old’ gen, the Z370XP SLI has three PCIe x16 slots and three PCIe x1 connectors. What’s new, are two M.2 slots (the Z270 only had one).

The Z370XP SLI supports RGB Fusion, but I’m not sure where those LEDs are hidden exactly. It might be just the red line on the left side going to the audio chipset.

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