Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Ultra Gaming review

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When we place the motherboard in an angle we see the rather familiar socket LGA1151. It will support Coffee Lake procs, this is referred to as the 8th generation Core series processors. The board has an 8-pin power header for the processor.



Storage ports then -- Gigabyte is equipping the board with six SATA3 ports (two facing upwards all the way to the left). There's no U2 or SATA Express connectors. 



Here we see that a bit better. Just a proper six SATA3 6Gbps ports, two M2 slots that have been tucked away close to upper PCI-Express slots. See that in the photo below.  


There are two M2 SSD slots available, one 8cm type type 2242/2260/2280 and one 10cm type 2260/2280/22110 sslot. Both support PCIe x4/x2 Gen 3.0. With NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 connectors onboard, AORUS brings to the user PCI-Express connectivity for SSD devices. Delivering up to 32 Gb/s data transfer speed per connector, the M.2 solution supports RAID modes.



The memory DIMM slots have been reinforced with metal shielding as well. As stted on the previous page it supports single, dual channel with support up-to DDR4 4133 (O.C.) and starts at 2133 MHz memory modules. 4 x DDR4 DIMM sockets can sport up-to 64 GB of system memory.

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