Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Xtreme review

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The motherboard follows a big  XL-ATX form factor (32.5cm x 27.5cm). The flagship motherboard is located in an Xtreme enthusiast range of the Ryzen Threadripper Gen3 desktop processor product stack. This the motherboard includes all of the standardized TRX40 enhancements like the capability of four M2 SSD slots (properly shielded) and obviously can support SLI and Crossfire. Your PCIe lane configuration will be high at 88 PCIe Lanes, out of which 72 are usable to the end-user and spread out over the motherboard connectors. 

The motherboard features four PCIe x16 Gen 4.0 expansion slots, each dual-slot so graphics cards will not cover up a slot. A Realtek ALC4050H  combined with ALC1220-VB audio codec is the source for anything audio. The board gets an Intel 10GbE LAN jack (10 Gbit/5 Gbit/2.5 Gbit/1 Gbit/100 Mbit), supporting 2 RJ-45 and then a Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac module supporting 2.4/5 GHz Dual-Band as well as Bluetooth 4.1. You will hopefully agree with me that once powered up the aesthetics change quite a bit. The board has eight DIMM slots. Depending on your processor you can opt for dual- and quad-channel memory. This board supports up-to Support for DDR4 4400MHz memory (overclocked), you may install up to 256 GB of it. 










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