Gigabyte Z370N WIFI review

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The Gigabyte Z370N WIFI motherboard is a more mainstream solution in that Z370 series motherboard range. However, Gigabyte still packs this tiny 17x17cm PCB based motherboard with proper features like DDR4 XMP support Up to 4400 MHz (OC), a PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 (with thermal protection), dual Intel Gbe LAN and very nice AC WIFI, everything you can expect from a performance motherboard really.




The motherboard includes all of the standardized Z370 enhancements but obviously cannot support SLI and or Crossfire, and due to its' two DIMM slots, a maximum of 32GB memory is supported. These are the biggest downsides of this form factor. You'll even spot a variety of USB 3.1 Type-A & Type-C Gen2 ports.  The board comes with one x16 slot, however, that is one full x16 slot.



Gigabyte implemented a Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WIFI solution supporting 2.4/5 GHz Dual-Band as well as being compatible with Bluetooth 4.2, 4.1, BLE, 4.0, 3.0, 2.1+EDR. A WIFI Antenna is included.


The I/O panel of the board reveals seven 3.1 ports with one type-c connector. A Realtek ALC1220 audio codec is the source for audio which will be enhanced quality capacitors. The board reveals two 0/100/1000 Ethernet jack, both an Intel ones. The single PS/2 combo port that can be used with either a keyboard or mouse is however missing. Coffee lake has an integrated IGP, ergo the display connectors are dual HDMI and DP. 


The board is powered by one 8-pin ATX power header to the processor.  This board supports up-to DDR4 4400 MHz memory (overclocked), you may install up-to 32 GB of it. 




There isn't a fancy RGB LED system, just a halo of blue LEDs at the bottom side of the PCB. However good to note is that you can connect RGB LED strips to the motherboard as there are connectors in place which allows regulation with RGB FUSION.

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