AORUS cooperated with George, known as Overchilled, to build a case with Z490I AORUS ULTRA and RTX 2080 SUPER™ WATERFORCE WB 8G. As you can see, this case mod is AORUS-THEMED with classic orange & gunmetal gray. Let’s find out all of the details.
The GIGABYTE G32QC is here! And it will change the way you game. We are here to tell you the goods and the bads about this gaming display and why this new contender is upsetting the market.
The laptop is usually equipped with the GeForce series independent graphics card, which can be divided into the MX series of entry-level, GTX of intermediate level and RTX series of high-end level. Basically, the gaming laptop and creator laptop usually require the GTX/RTX series graphics cards. The difference between GTX and RTX is that RTX has better performance, and features real-time ray-tracing technology. RTX has better performance in rendering the game image, video editing software adjustment and ultra-high resolution video editing.
Sound quality on motherboard has been emphasized more and we’ve done lots of effort on improving it like utilizing top-grade DSP or DAC and yes, it did sounds immersive when you plug-in your headset or earbuds to the motherboard directly. However, things didn’t get that easy whenever you try to access the sound via the front panel of the case. So we proudly present you the Essential USB DAC, our solution for accessing premium sound with the front panel. Check out the video below to know why you can’t have the immersive sound while plug-in headset or earbuds to the audio jack on the case front and learn how Essential USB DAC perfectly solve the problem.
Intel Core™ H series processor is the most frequently used intermediate to high-end processor in the laptop. It's common to see a lot of numbers and letters coming after Core™ H, such as i7-10XXXH. In general, the greater digit represents the better performance. We can further look into the code and divide it into 4 parts.
It’s hard to imagine that a few years ago many gamers would never have expected that their dream PC would be based on the AMD platform. However, its obvious that AMD is back and is here to stay, ever since they launched Ryzen back in 2016.
The Ryzen platform has evolved over the past 4 years with its initial die size at 14nm, reducing down to 12nm, and finally with this iteration using a 7nm process. All the while improving on overall clockspeed and PCIe technologies which we’ll cover shortly.
Intel's Core series processor platform for the laptop is updated almost every year. Whenever a new generation is released, it usually comes with the enhanced core functions and graphics performance. The advanced circuit design and high processor frequency deliver higher performance while lowering the power consumption of the processor and the built-in graphics card. Intel's yearly CPU update varies according to different generations and processor classes, from the adjustment of manufacturing process or the core number to the improvement of each generation's frequency and the circuit design optimization.
At Gigabyte, every time, on every chipset we try to push limits but always keep the high quality standards that we’re known for.
The new high-end AORUS Z490 motherboards couldn’t be excluded from the above. Despite the improvement on the CPU power design for the new 10th generation CPUs, this time our engineers improved the DDR power delivery too. We’re very excited to show you what the improvements are.
It’s finally here, the latest Intel® 10th Gen platform – Z490, and it’s bigger and better than ever. Built on a brand new socket, LGA1200, Intel’s 10th Gen processors offers an additional two cores, and improved overclocking performance that has yet to be seen on the desktop platform! Of course, there’s other improvements that push the envelope of next gen such as, CNVi, support for Wi-Fi 6 connecting you to more—faster than traditional Gigabit ethernet!
So, it’s time, time to build that brand-new gaming rig that you have been saving up all year for, but what motherboard, also known as a mainboard, do you buy? Well, we have put together 5 tips for you that will show you how to choose a motherboard and to help ensure that you pick the best one for the job. As always, once you have an idea of what you might want it is recommended to do a motherboard comparison and compare motherboards so that you can compare your selection against all offerings available.
With all that said, let’s jump into our 5 tips so you can go ahead and pick the best motherboard for that new gaming rig. Afterall, the motherboard is one of the key components in your new gaming build. It is easy to pick things like your graphics card and hard drives but the motherboard can be hard to choose.
For a lot of users, the only time they’ve checked their BIOs might have been when the clerk at the PC store is showing them the BIOS settings for their new systems. Other than that, they might not even revisit the BIOS and tweak settings after. They may find it too complicated to use so they don’t even bother with it. However, ever since the launch of UEFI, many manufacturers have designed an Easy Mode that makes using the BIOS even more intuitive. For novice users, it’s time to throw away the idea that tuning the BIOS is only for hardcore users!.
In Part 2 we looked at how to use the @BIOS update utility for updating your BIOS. Although @BIOS is the most user-friendly way to update your motherboards BIOS, a lot of people prefer the option of accessing the BIOS itself to perform the update.
This is where Q Flash comes in.
So, you've purchased yourself the brand new Z390 AORUS Ultra motherboard to go into your new beast of a gaming rig. The motherboard is installed, the RTX 2070 is hooked up and ready go, and your keen to jump straight into some CS:GO to start laying down the law to those that oppose you.
However, it's not quite time to spray and pray just yet. There is still one more crucial piece of the puzzle before your new build is complete. The dreaded BIOS update… Ok, that’s probably a little overdramatic, but there was a time that BIOS updates were the cause of pain for many PC users. A time where it was very common to see computers failing to boot because of problems from flashing the BIOS.
PC gaming is becoming increasingly more popular, thanks to the explosive popularity of streaming, eSports, and competitive gaming.
New people, young and old, are entering the arena of PC gaming, and those familiar with the PC master race are looking to delve deeper by putting together the best battlestation that they can.
Wide-eyed gamers with dreams of being the next gaming sensation scour online pc retailers with the aim to build a formidable computer, capable of raining fiery vengeance on their foes, but it is here they hit the first stumbling block.
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
No hardware was present, not even a mouse;
The stockings were hung by the desk with such care;
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.
The gamers were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of graphics cards danced in their heads;
And motherboards, keyboards, and even mice too;
All hoping St. Nick will bring just a few.
Gaming has entered a new era; Gone are the days of gaming alone in a small corner of your house. Gaming has broken through stereotypes with E-sports, professional gamers, cooperative play, and widespread adoption. Gaming at high levels now incorporate specific training regiments, ergonomic designs, and precise calibration to push competition further. AORUS has embraced this trend and designed all our gaming accessories with features that enhance gaming performance at every skill level.
If you are in the market for a gaming monitor, having a curved display is definitely recommended. Curved monitors designed for PC gaming make your gaming experience more immersive and comfortable to your eyes with a larger field of view. But with so many curved gaming monitors flooding the market right now, which curved monitor is the best for you? In this article, you will learn some of the important things you need to know when purchasing a curved gaming monitor.
The PCIe 4.0 Era is here so the AORUS NVMe Gen4 SSD is a must-have!
PC enthusiasts have probably heard about the start of the PCIe 4.0 era following the launch of the AMD X570 chipset!
Faster NAND flash memory and better performance from graphics cards means that PCIe 3.0 bandwidth is gradually becoming insufficient for this rise in performance. PCIe 4.0 comes with twice the bandwidth so that new graphics cards and SSD storage devices are no longer restricted by bandwidth limitations and deliver better performance.
AORUS and AMD took Computex by storm this year with the announcement of the newest X570 AORUS Motherboards. PCIe 4.0 is here and AORUS has engineered the X570 AORUS motherboards for users to take full advantage of this new, faster interface! The new X570 AORUS Lineup brings not only the most highly-sought after features on consumer desktop motherboards but offers something for everyone. Regardless if you’re an enthusiast, overclocker, gamer, or looking for a high-end motherboard at incredible value, the X570 AORUS Lineup checks all the boxes for what users are expecting from premium motherboards and is one of our most complete lineups of gaming motherboards to date. Let’s take a quick look at what these motherboards have to offer.
Higher core counts, faster clock rates, everything users desire from high-end CPUs are coming to the market at a blazing pace. As powerful as these new consumer desktop processors can be, whether or not this performance potential will actually translate to significant performance improvements depends highly on your motherboard.