Computex 2017: Gigabyte Shows Ryzen Mini ITX motherboard

Lots of people are waiting in this, imagine that with an 8-core Ryzen processor. Gigabyte is (from the top of my head) the second company that launches an Mini-ITX form factor Ryzen motherboard. The GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi is as you can derive from the naming based on the B350 chipset. The 17cm mobo comes with two memory slots and a metal toughened PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slot as well as an M.2 slot.

The motherboard is also properly fitted with four SATA3 ports. The WIFI in the naming is rather obvious about the folling line though, it has 802.11ac WiFi (1x1) embedded as well as a Gigabit ethernet jack from Realtek and Bluetooth 4.2. The I / O reveals four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 3.1 ports and some digital monitor outputs for use with an APU.

Missing however is SPDIF optical audio output. The audio solution is nothing to be ashamed about as Gigabyte SMT soldered a Realtek ALC1220 codec IC on there. Gigabyte could not state when exactly the GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi will become available or what it'll cost. Check some photos.

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