First up, we have the Gigabyte AORUS X399 Gaming 7 motherboard which is absolutely gorgeous when looking from an enthusiastic view point.
Having multiple HEDT options from Intel and AMD this generation is going to benefit the consumer a lot.
Few days ago I published a short article about overclocking non-K CPUs.
Depending on the CPU you can increase the clock between 15-70 % without any problems.
I haven’t got any “at the wall” readings for single card installs.
You can find out which memory chip your GPU uses by using GPU-Z quite easily: Below is a link to the bios roms for this cardhttps://anorak.tech/t/asus-rx-570-expedition-oc/4981After flashing with the card with the rom Anoraks_Asus RX 570 Expedition 4GB Elpida_powersave-1500.rom, rate improved by 5MH/s to Right since I was testing this card with all my other cards, GPU-Z reports between 86W – 100W power consumption using the Anorak rom.
Both motherboards come with a very similar design scheme.
The non-K BIOS is skipping some parts of the power-management, so there are few things you have to keep in mind: For 24/7 overclocking and gaming you don’t have to worry about any of these points.
Pentium, i3 and i5 CPUs have a low power consumption which results in a low core temperature for 24/7.
Expansion slots include four PCI-e 3.0 x16 slots and triple M.2 slots.
For storage, we are looking at 8 SATA III ports along with tons of connectivity on the I/O panel and PCB for users.