With triple-fan cooler
As you might already be very well aware of, NVIDIA currently working on a GTX 1070 Ti in order to respond to AMD's RX Vega 56. At the moment there isn't a lot of detailed information available on this topic but nevertheless there is finally information on custom models. Current rumors suggest that the GTX 1070 Ti will be available as a reference as well as custom graphics card.
Facts can change
Stocks not expected until mid-October
Over the past weeks we have heard several reports regarding the lack of custom RX Vega 64 graphics cards. According to an anonymous AIB rep, there won't be any custom graphics cards because there is simply no stock until mid-October. Following a report over at Tom's Hardware, it looks like Gigabyte won't even release a custom RX Vega 64 card.
Called Aorus GTX 1080 Gaming Box
External graphics card docks are not that common, yet there are many reasons why this could change. During this year’s Computex, Gigabyte has shown their Aorus GTX 1070 Gaming Box and it looks like one of the best solutions so far. The box not only comes pre-packed with an ITX-sized GTX 1070 it's also one of the smallest external GPU cases out there. Today the company is ready to announce a more powerful model based on GTX 1080 graphics cards.
On a Facebook post
A few days ago, we have posted a rumor from the Chinese website Mydrivers showing a picture of an alleged GTX 1070Ti STRIX O8G. Although this could have also just been a typo, it looks like NVIDIA is working on a GTX 1070 Ti in order to respond to AMD's RX Vega 56. Meanwhile Gigabyte have confirmed via Facebook that such a card is really in the works.
And silver color scheme
Gigabyte has finally revealed the X399 Designare EX motherboard, which is the first motherboard that comes with a Thunderbolt port. On top of that there is a whole bunch of other features as well as an exceptionally good looking color scheme. The Designare EX series currently represents Gigabyte’s flagship motherboards.
Less than 13 million units in 2017
Gigabyte's motherboard sales numbers have been declining for a few years already and for 2017 it looks like the vendor will struggle selling 13 million units. For 2018 market analysts are predicting that Gigabyte might even have a hard time selling 10 million units, which would be a 50% decline compared to the 20 million boards sold in 2014.
With WindForce 3X GeForce cooler
New color scheme
X299 for the masses
With silver color scheme
A compact GTX 1080
Juicy bundle from Gigabyte
Gigabyte has partnered with AMD to combine its GA-AX370-Gaming K7 motherboard with the Radeon RX Vega64. The bundle packs quite a lot of value combining a GA-AX370-Gaming K7 motherboard an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU and a Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card. Together those components make for a seriously performing AMD gaming rig.
Another ATX model
During this years Computex, Gigabyte has shown their first batch of X299 motherboards for Intel's Basin Falls platform. So far Gigabyte has unveiled three ATX models which are all based on the same PCB. What differs is the color scheme, the audio solution and a few connectors. Meanwhile Gigabyte has started adding more models, which are still based on an ATX form factor. According to the first details, the upcoming X299 Aorus Gaming is supposed to mark the entry-level segment in the case of the X299 platform.
First Gigabyte X399 motherboard
During Capsaicin 2017, Gigabyte has shown an upcoming AMD X399 motherboard. The Aorus Gaming 7 is a high-end motherboard which features several PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots. Furthermore the motherboard sports a good amount of SATA-III ports and M.2 slots. In addition each M.2 slot comes with a M.2 heatsink.
First Gigabyte X399 motherboard
During Computex 2017, several manufacturers have shown their upcoming AMD X399 motherboards. Meanwhile Gigabyte is ready to present their upcoming Aorus Gaming 7 model. According to Videocardz, X399 preorders start today on Newegg, NCIX and Amazon. The motherboard might be bundled with a HyperX Cloud headset or $50 US Steam gift card.
Aims for higher profits
According to a report from DigiTimes, Gigabyte is planning to merge their graphics card and motherboard divisions into a single unit. Starting August 1st, the new department will be led by Eddie Lin, sales and marketing associate vice president of Gigabyte's Gaming Product Business Unit. The executives of each individual division will be reshuffled under Lin's leadership.
Available next week
Called Gigabyte AB350N-Gaming