Gigabyte releases AMD 50th Anniversary version X470 motherboard with gold Logo!

A courteous nod to a processing giant!

AMD has been around since quite some time. 50 years to be exact. On this May 1st AMD will celebrate its 50th anniversary. To mark this occasion computer manufacturer Gigabyte has released an AMD 50th anniversary version X470 motherboard with gold carving logo on it.

AMD also announced a 50th-anniversary edition Ryzen 7 2700X and a new RX590 along with the Gigabyte anniversary edition X470 motherboard has also been announced.

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The Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7  Wifi-50 is an ATX form factor motherboard. It’s based on AMD’s high-end X470 chipset. It has a black PCB featuring orange and silver trim. It also comes with Gigabyte’s RGB fusion 2.0 lighting system.

The Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7 Wi-Fi-50 motherboard also comes with a 10+2 phase power supply system. It has up to ten power phases which can deliver up to 40A to the CPU.

This motherboard comes with four DDR4 memory slots which can accommodate up to 64 gigabytes of dual-channel DDR4 memory at a frequency of 3600Mhz data rate.

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Gigabyte releases AMD 50th Anniversary version X470 motherboard with gold Logo!

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