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GIGABYTE X670 AORUS Elite AX (AM5/ LGA 1718/ AMD/ X670/ ATX/ 5 Year Warranty/ DDR5/ Quad M.2/ PCIe 5.0/ USB 3.2 Gen2X2 Type-C/AMD WiFi 6E/ 2.5GbE LAN/Q-Flash Plus/M.2 EZ-Latch/Gaming Motherboard)

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Last updated on February 4, 2024 6:20 am
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  • 5-Year Warranty
  • AMD AM5 Socket: Supports AMD Ryzen 7000 Series Processors
  • DDR5 Compatible: 4*SMD DIMMs with ECC/Non-ECC Unbuffered Memory
  • Commanding Power Design: Direct 16+2+2 Phases Digital VRM Solution, 8-Layer 2X Copper PCB
  • Cutting-Edge Thermal Design: Advanced Thermal Design, M.2 Thermal Guard, Ultra Durable Armor
  • Next Gen Connectivity: PCIe 5.0, Quad NVMe x4 M.2, USB-C, BT 5.2
  • M.2 EZ-Latch: M.2 Connectors with a Quick Release & Screwless Design
  • Fast Networking: 2.5GbE LAN, AMD WiFi 6E 802.11ax
  • Dynamic Audio: 8-Ch HD Audio, Audio Noise Guard, High-End Audio Capacitors
  • Fine Tuning Features: RGB FUSION, Supports Addressable LED & RGB LED Strips, Smart Fan 6, Multi-key for Reset/RGB Switch/Direct to BIOS/Safe Mode, Q-Flash Plus - Update BIOS without installing CPU, Memory, and GPU

Specification: GIGABYTE X670 AORUS Elite AX (AM5/ LGA 1718/ AMD/ X670/ ATX/ 5 Year Warranty/ DDR5/ Quad M.2/ PCIe 5.0/ USB 3.2 Gen2X2 Type-C/AMD WiFi 6E/ 2.5GbE LAN/Q-Flash Plus/M.2 EZ-Latch/Gaming Motherboard)

RAM

DDR5

Memory Speed (MHz)

6666

Wireless Type (ax)

802.11

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

2

Brand

Gigabyte

Series

X670 AORUS ELITE AX

Item model number

X670 AORUS ELITE AX

Item Weight (pounds)

4.75

Product Dimensions

13.18 x 10.62 x 3.14 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

13.18 x 10.62 x 3.14 inches

Manufacturer

GIGABYTE

Language

English

ASIN

B0BF7FT26Z

Country of Origin

China

Date First Available

September 27, 2022

9 reviews for GIGABYTE X670 AORUS Elite AX (AM5/ LGA 1718/ AMD/ X670/ ATX/ 5 Year Warranty/ DDR5/ Quad M.2/ PCIe 5.0/ USB 3.2 Gen2X2 Type-C/AMD WiFi 6E/ 2.5GbE LAN/Q-Flash Plus/M.2 EZ-Latch/Gaming Motherboard)

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  1. Daniel Cianflone

    The motherboard has nice IOMMU groupings and many features. Fan curves are nice and the BIOS is nicely laid out. My problem with it is that it has no option to install a speaker to allow POST beeps and other beeps… I don’t see why they couldn’t have just replaced an rgb header so us few who value having a speaker installed could use it.

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  2. CRISTIAN MICHEL

    It was just like new and it appeared that it was not installed previously. Saved a good bit of money on a descent ITX 570S and it is performing very well

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  3. Joshua

    Lo primero que me llamó la atención fue su diseño elegante y moderno con una iluminación RGB personalizable. Además, el tamaño de la tarjeta madre es ideal para una construcción compacta pero potente.La AORUS X570S Elite está equipada con el chipset X570S de AMD, que ofrece una velocidad de transferencia de datos increíblemente rápida y una amplia compatibilidad con los procesadores AMD Ryzen. También cuenta con un VRM de 12 fases para una alimentación estable del procesador y una mayor capacidad de overclocking.Otra característica impresionante es la conectividad de alta velocidad, incluyendo Wi-Fi 6 y Ethernet de 2.5 Gb/s, lo que la hace ideal para juegos en línea y transmisión de video de alta calidad. Además, cuenta con numerosos puertos USB y SATA para conectar varios dispositivos de almacenamiento y periféricos.La BIOS de la AORUS X570S Elite es intuitiva y fácil de usar, con varias opciones avanzadas para overclocking y ajuste de hardware. También cuenta con una herramienta de monitoreo de hardware que permite ver las temperaturas y los voltajes del sistema en tiempo real.En general, la AORUS X570S Elite es una tarjeta madre de alta calidad que ofrece un rendimiento impresionante y una amplia compatibilidad con los procesadores AMD Ryzen. Su diseño elegante, conectividad de alta velocidad y características avanzadas la hacen ideal para usuarios exigentes que buscan una construcción de PC potente y confiable.

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  4. Tyler

    A pesar de que es reciente esta tarjeta, me esta mostrando un gran potencial y adaptacion. Para dar un gran salto a los nuevos procesadores, es una opcion interesante

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  5. synonomnomnom

    Like all of the AM5 motherboards right now this thing is way WAY overpriced for what you get. If it was AM4 it would’ve been around $250 or so for most of the same features.That is the main reason I took stars off.The motherboard OEM’s claim its due to the increased costs from the socket, materials from inflation, and the 8 layer requirement with more copper to allow for the best possible signal integrity for PCIe 5.0 for whatever that is worth. They might possibly be right but it still seems ridiculous to me. Server motherboards have had some of these features with HUUUGE sockets, WAY more complex memory set ups, and similar prices for a while now for instance! Adding RGB does NOT cost that much!!!Feature-wise the board is solid and has lots of good stuff. Its very well made so I wouldn’t be surprised if it easily lasts longer than 5yr. BIOS support is usually good too from Gigabyte. Where Gigabyte’s rep goes bad is on the v1.x revisions that they tend to do for all their products. They usually start cutting corners to improve their bottom line so watch out for that!This is however a v1.0 board so I’m not worried.Having lots of M.2 slots is a standout feature for this board, and it is cool, but I think they went a bit overboard with the heatsinks. Or at least how they’re attached. Beaware that if you’re wanting to use M.2 to U.2/3 adapters with cables attached that you won’t be able to do it. The heatsinks are used as retention devices for the M.2 drives and the adapters won’t fit under them.Also its pretty hard to get at the battery if you need to remove it. Its hidden under a heatsink as well and requires taking the motherboard out of the case to get at. In my opinion that is a mistake. I dunno how many times I’ve had to pull the power cord AND battery to get a BIOS to clear properly! Being able to do so quickly and easily is a big deal for troubleshooting!I also would’ve perferred if the 2 PCIe slots would’ve been able to support x8 PCIe 4.0 instead of more M.2. I can always get a M.2 adapter if need be but I’m stuck with a x4 and x2 PCIe 4.0 slots respectively which is a disappointment since I want to run some 10Gbe NIC’s.Provided documentation is barely existent with this board FYI. It wasn’t a issue for me because I’ve been putting PC’s together for a long time but I don’t like that only very basic IKEA-esque paper fold outs were in the box. I would’ve preferred a good paper manual to all the stickers and stuff!Stability has been rock solid at defaults and not bad when pushing the overclocking settings. There is of course the overvoltage issue with all AM5 motherboards but that seems to have been fixed with BIOS updates that have AGESA 1.0.0.7 or higher.I don’t think I ever went over 1.3v anyways on the SOC line for what its worth and yes I have a 7800 X3D and yes I checked in HWinfo. The overclocking capabilities of this board far exceed what you can do with air cooling by the way. You’d really have to resort to LN2 to get to the point where the VRM or motherboard would be getting serious stressed. So don’t worry about that.Memory overclocking is incredibly RAM and CPU dependent right now with AM5. For me the BIOS I’ve used has hardly mattered at all. About the best anyone can do is something like 6600 and that is with a golden CPU and RAM with air or water cooling. The good news is that 5600 or 6000 are much easier to pull off. And that 6000 is the ‘sweet spot’ for AMD right now due to how the memory controller and IF bus work when in sync. Going higher than that won’t get you much in real world applications anyways since they’ll be out of sync.I strongly, STRONGLY, suggest you get a memory kit that supports EXPO at 6000 or 5600 with lowest timings you can and just turn it on and forget it. Manual overclocking the RAM on AM5 is easier than Intel right now (AMD’s memory controller is more predictable) but its still a huge time sink to get it working right. XMP can work on this motherboard but its a real step down vs EXPO since EXPO gives you the AMD optimized secondary and tertiary timings too.All of that is true with 2x sticks of RAM right now. If you want to use 4x sticks of RAM then the best you’ll likely achieve is around 4800. Even that might be a stretch! Right now Intel is a little better for reaching higher clocks with 4x sticks but even on a 13700K getting past 5600, and keeping it stable, is usually difficult.Its looking DDR5 is the touchiest and most difficult RAM to overclock that I’ve ever seen! I’m hoping it improves over time much as things did with AM4.Looks are subjective but I think it looks great. If you don’t like the RGB stuff its easy to turn off in the BIOS. Hmmm what else? Oh yeah don’t install Gigabyte’s crapware. Its basically spyware that keeps trying to install Norton and other garbage on you and totally unecessary! Make sure to turn off the BIOS option to install it everytime you update the BIOS too because it’ll reset.Anyways, its a solid board it just needs to come down about $200!

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  6. Steve Goad

    I bought this motherboard to replace an MSI X570S board that got hit bricked with the common BIOS update bug they have. This Gigabyte motherboard not only looks better, but performs better as well, as well as accommodating a ridiculous amount of M.2 drives for future storage expansion.Overclocking my 5900X on this motherboard is a breeze using either PBO or Active OC Tuner. Buildzoid has a video about utilizing the Active OC Tuner if you really want to get the most out of whatever CPU you’ve installed. The dual 8-pin power connectors are very welcome, and not a feature you’d see on motherboards in this price range.I absolutely love the debug LED to let you know exactly what is wrong if the computer is not booting, which is again a feature not common on other boards in this price range. It also has a power switch on the motherboard itself in case you wanted to use it as a test bench or want to test the motherboard outside of the PC chassis.Of course it has all of the other common features you’d expect, a plethora of USB ports including a Type-C connector, dual front panel USB 3 connectors, BIOS flashback, WIFI, RGB headers, and 7-channel audio. All in all, a great purchase and something I’m confident will last me years to come.

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  7. Thomas Crouse

    First, I’m not an overclocker … I’ve heard that they (X570 boards) are not great overclockers … so be aware of that. Moving on, the BIOS is powerful and easy to use. There are plenty of USB ports on the back panel. There is one app you need to install and that is the system identifier … (SIV). I use it to set fan curves for the computer. There are a bunch of fan headers. I have nine fans, each of them got their own header, which is great as each fan can now be individually addressed in the SIV app referred to above. The board is also physically stout … and heavy … feels like great construction. Previously I had an ASUS mobo that had a lot of problems … for example it would randomly reboot … sometimes the keystrokes, using a wireless keyboard, were not processed … it just hung there. This board, solid as a rock.The last computer I built using a Gigabyte board is still running, 15 years later. So I’ve benefited from Gigabyte’s quality motherboard products for some time now. I don’t know what possessed me to switch to ASUS motherboards for these builds, but I truly will never make that mistake again.Buy with confidence …

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  8. Steve Goad

    I can’t really say what’s already been said about this board(x670e Aorus Master). It’s a great board with a lot of features and I picked this one due to the fact that it rated one of the best for low thermals. The 4 m.2 slots is a plus and I especially like the PCIe 5 for future upgrades. I usually pick up a Asus ROG board but with the recent issues with the 7000 series CPUs I decided to go with Gigabyte. To my surprise though this board right out the gate had the same issues as the Asus boards with instability (errors, not being able to install anything, not booting..etc) But a quick bios flash to the latest version (F12a) fixed all issues. Been running great ever since.Some tips that might help fellow gamers.1.Put your ram in dimms slot 2 and 4.(the board I received wouldn’t boot with them in 1 and 3)2. Disable the integrated graphics, even with your RTX/AMD vide card and telling windows to default to it, some games still try and run the game on the igpu. So if you’re wondering why you’re getting low frames on that fancy new 4090/7900xtx, this is why.3. Get the ram that is stated intel/amd optimized. I’ve seen others having issues getting their ram to run at higher speeds but I haven’t had issues with my ddr5 running at 6000mhz with the expo profile enabled in the bios.

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  9. Charles Blankenship

    I made the very expensive mistake of not listening to the reviews, my product came in and I was so excited to finally build my PC.Then came the problem.Nothing would turn on, at all. I couldn’t figure it out! Then I checked the reviews and everything made sense..Faulty motherboard, didn’t work at all.

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