GIGABYTE pristato „C621 Aorus Xtreme“ iššūkiui „ROG Dominus“


With ASUS monetizing its exclusivity as being the sole supplier of a Xeon W-3175X-capable client-segment motherboard by selling the ROG Dominus for 1,550€, it was only a matter of time before other motherboard makers came out with halo products of their own. GIGABYTE unveiled the C621 Aorus Xtreme, and it's nothing like the board the company supplied to Intel for its 2018 demo of the W-3175X. This monstrosity pulls power from as combination of two 24-pin ATX and four 8-pin EPS connectors, conditioning power for the CPU with a gargantuan 32-phase VRM that's cooled by a large aluminium heatsink that covers not just much of the upper part of the board, but also the I/O area, and much of the board's tail end. It also takes in two 6-pin PCIe connectors to stabilize power for the PCIe slots. The massive PCH heatsink extends to meet up with the VRM heatsink on the other end.

Sujungiamumas apima viską, ko tik galite, su stovo kortele, kurioje yra keturi M.2-22110 lizdai su kiekvienu PCIe 3.0 x4 laidu; U.2 prievadą ir aštuonis SATA prievadus, užpildančius saugojimo parinktis; dvi 1 GbE sąsajos, kurias varo „Intel I210AT“ ir „I219LM“ valdikliai, aukšto lygio integruotas garso sprendimas ir neišmatuojamas „overclocker“ funkcijų, apimančių diagnostinius POST kodo rodmenis, įtampos matavimo taškus, įtampos stabilizatorius ir turtingas funkcijas, kiekis. BIOS sąrankos programa. GIGABYTE neatskleidė kainų.