GIGABYTE is proud to announce the grand launch of its premium graphics card lineup powered by AORUS. With the latest Pascal gaming flagship GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti leading the way, each new AORUS graphics cards is powerfully built with dominating performance, unrivaled aesthetics, and rock-solid durability to elevate gaming experience to the next level for PC gaming enthusiasts.
Exclusively on the Z270X-Gaming 9 and Z270X-Gaming 8 GIGABYTE has included integrated liquid cooling blocks. These water blocks, G-Chill and G-Frost from Bitspower and EK Waterblocks, respectively, can support both passive and active cooling. These AORUS Gaming Motherboards are ready for gamers to push the limits in performance especially with overclocking.
With the recent VRM cooling debacles, many of you who bought GIGABYTE GTX 10 series graphics cards are also curious about what exactly it is like below the heat sink of your cards and whether the internal components are properly cooled. To answer to your requests, we summoned all of our GTX 1080, GTX 1070, and GTX 1060 graphics cards and had the heat sinks removed for a full-scale showcase, providing a close look at the cards' internals to satisfy your curiosity at once.
GIGABYTE is the first in the business to adopt this technology on graphics cards. The protective layer of aerospace-grade PCB coating makes XTREME GAMING graphics cards invulnerable to moisture, dust, and corrosive contaminants. Here we list three types of users that would reap the most benefit of this awesome feature.