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Gigabyte Ga-Ax370-Gaming 5 Am4 Amd X370 Sata 6Gb/S Usb 3.1 Hdmi Atx Motherboard

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  • Socket AM4, Supports New Generation AMD Ryzen Processors
  • Dual Channel DDR4, 4 DIMMs, Ultra-Fast PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 with PCIe NVMe & SATA mode support
  • Realtek ALC 1220 *2 for Both Front & Rear 120dB SNR. RGB FUSION with Multi-Zone LED Light Show design
  • Operating system: 1.Support for windows 10 64-bit, 2.Support for windows 7 64-bit
  • Smart Fan 5 features Multiple Temperature Sensors and Hybrid Fan Headers
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  • Socket AM4, Supports New Generation AMD Ryzen Processors
  • Dual Channel DDR4, 4 DIMMs, Ultra-Fast PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 with PCIe NVMe & SATA mode support
  • Realtek ALC 1220 *2 for Both Front & Rear 120dB SNR. RGB FUSION with Multi-Zone LED Light Show design
  • Operating system: 1.Support for windows 10 64-bit, 2.Support for windows 7 64-bit
  • Smart Fan 5 features Multiple Temperature Sensors and Hybrid Fan Headers
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Description

The Gigabyte GA-AX370-GAMING 5 Motherboard supports the new AM4 socket for AMD Ryzen Processors, bringing a new era of efficiency and performance over the previous AM3 socket. Non-ECC DDR4 is supported along with 2-way graphics, PCIe Gen3 x4 U.2, and USB Type-C. Gigabyte's motherboards boast the most advanced LED system in the market today. With more customizability than ever and a convenient and intuitive UI thanks to the RGB Fusion App, you ll have a blast making your AORUS your own. LED enthusiasts now have even more options with the ability to customize multiple zones independently. For a more functional use, the bright and vibrant LEDs can be configured to display the PC's temperature or load.

The Gigabyte GA-AX370-GAMING 5 motherboard supports AM4 processors and will fit in a standard ATX case. This board is powered by the AMD X370 chipset and has support for 4 x 288-pin DIMM memory sticks with a max memory of up to 64GB. You can choose memory speeds of up to DDR4-2133 / 2400 / 2933 / 3200. This motherboard has 4 SATA ports and 2 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet built-in. Advanced features of the motherboard include: support for RAID, support for Crossfire, support for SLI, stylish Black / White design.

  • AMD X370
  • Supports AMD Ryzen 1st & 2nd Gen/ Ryzen 2000 Series / AMD 7th Gen A-series/ Athlon CPUs

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • GIGABYTE GA-AX370-GAMING 5 AM4 AMD X370 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 HDMI ATX Motherboard
  • SATA Cables
  • Driver Disk
  • Manual
  • Rear I/O Shield


Brand: Gigabyte

MPN: GA-AX370-GAMING 5

UPC: 889523009116

Compatibility: AM4 ATX

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New

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Product Details

Manufacturer
GIGABYTE
MPN
GA-AX370-Gaming 5 (rev. 1.0)
CPU Socket Type
AM4
Processor Type
AMD Ryzen processor
AMD 7th Generation A-series/ Athlon processors
Chipset
AMD X370
Number of Memory Slots
4×288pin
Memory Standard
DDR4 3200(O.C.)/ 2933(O.C.)/ 2667*/ 2400/ 2133
* higher than DDR4 2667 MHz may vary by CPU.
Maximum Memory Supported
64GB of system memory
* Due to a Windows 32-bit operating system limitation, when more than 4GB of physical memory is installed, the actual memory size displayed will be less than the size of the physical memory installed.
Channel Supported
Dual Channel
PCI Express 3.0 x16
1 x running at x16 (PCIEX16)
* For optimum performance, if only one PCI Express graphics card is to be installed, be sure to install it in the PCIEX16 slot.


1 x running at x8 (PCIEX8)
* The PCIEX8 slot shares bandwidth with the PCIEX16 slot. When the PCIEX8 slot is populated, the PCIEX16 slot operates at up to x8 mode.


(The PCIEX16 and PCIEX8 slots conform to PCI Express 3.0 standard.)
PCI Express 2.0 x16
1 x , running at x4 (PCIEX4)
* The PCIEX4 slot shares bandwidth with all of the PCI Express x1 slots. The PCIEX4 slot operates at up to x4 mode when all of the PCI Express x1 slots are empty.
PCI Express x1
3 x PCI Express x1 slots
* All of the PCI Express x1 slots share bandwidth with the PCIEX4 slot. The PCIEX4/PCIEX1_2/PCIEX1_3 slot operates at up to x1 mode when the PCIEX1_1 slot is populated; the PCIEX4 slot operates at up to x2 mode when the PCIEX1_2/PCIEX1_3 slot is populated.

(The PCIEX4 and PCI Express x1 slots conform to PCI Express 2.0 standard.)
SATA 6Gb/s
8 x SATA 6Gb/s
SATA Express
2 x SATA Express connectors
M.2
1 x M.2 connector (Socket 3, M key, type 2242/2260/2280/22110 SATA and PCIe x4*/x2 SSD support)

1 x U.2 connector
* When the U.2 connector is populated, the M.2 connector becomes unavailable.
SATA RAID
0/1/10
Onboard Video Chipset
Integrated Graphics Processor:
1 x HDMI port, supporting a maximum resolution of 4096x2160@24Hz
* HDMI 1.4 version.
Maximum shared memory of 2GB

Audio Chipset
2 x Realtek ALC1220
Audio Channels
2/4/5.1/7.1-channel
S/PDIF Out
LAN Chipset
Intel GbE LAN chip
Second LAN Chipset
Rivet Networks Killer E2500 LAN chip
Max LAN Speed
Dual 10/100/1000Mbps
PS/2
1 x PS/2 keyboard/mouse port
RJ45
2 x RJ45
USB 3.1
1 x USB Type-C port, with USB 3.1 Gen 2 support
3 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports (red)
6 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports
S/PDIF Out
1 x Optical
Audio Ports
5 x audio jacks (Center/Subwoofer Speaker Out, Rear Speaker Out, Line In, Line Out, Mic In)
Onboard USB
2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 headers
2 x USUSB 2.0/1.1 headers
Other Connectors
1 x CPU fan header
1 x water cooling CPU fan header
4 x system fan headers
2 x system fan/water cooling pump headers
1 x front panel header
1 x front panel audio header
1 x S/PDIF Out header
1 x Trusted Platform Module (TPM) header
1 x CPU cooler LED strip/RGB LED strip extension cable header
1 x RGB (RGBW) LED strip extension cable header
2 x temperature sensor headers
1 x Clear CMOS jumper
1 x power button
1 x reset button
1 x Clear CMOS button
1 x OC button
2 x BIOS switches
Form Factor
ATX
Dimensions (W x L)
12.0" x 9.6"
Power Pin
1 x 24-pin ATX main power connector
1 x 8-pin ATX 12V power connector
Features
Multi-Graphics Technology:
NVIDIA Quad-GPU SLI and 2-Way NVIDIA SLI technologies
AMD Quad-GPU CrossFire and 3-Way AMD CrossFire technologies


I/O Controller:
iTE I/O Controller Chip

H/W Monitoring:
Voltage detection
Temperature detection
Fan speed detection
Overheating warning
Fan fail warning
Fan speed control
* Whether the fan (pump) speed control function is supported will depend on the fan (pump) you install.

BIOS:
2 x 128 Mbit flash
Use of licensed AMI UEFI BIOS
DualBIOS
PnP 1.0a, DMI 2.7, WfM 2.0, SM BIOS 2.7, ACPI 5.0

Unique Features:
APP Center
* Available applications in APP Center may vary by motherboard model. Supported functions of each application may also vary depending on motherboard specifications.
@BIOS
3D OSD
AutoGreen
BIOS Setup
Cloud Station
Color Temperature
EasyTune
Fast Boot
Game Boost
ON/OFF Charge
RGB Fusion
Smart Backup
Smart Keyboard
Smart TimeLock
System Information Viewer
USB Blocker
USB DAC UP 2
V-Tuner
Q-Flash
Xpress Install

Bundle Software:
Norton Internet Security (OEM version)

Operating System:
Windows 10 64-bit
Windows 7 64-bit
* Please download the "Windows USB Installation Tool" from GIGABYTE's website and install it before installing Windows 7.

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
4.0
Reviews
5
55.1% (27)
4
16.33% (8)
3
6.12% (3)
2
8.16% (4)
1
14.29% (7)
By
Amazing board with more features that it's competitors!
After receiving a faulty board from a completely different manufacturer i was on the market for a new board.I wanted durable quality, epic on board sound and led's since i am using a full windowed side panel. Aorus delivered all of that and then some!!!!! The led's are amazing, it has 2 amps (one for front jacks and one for rear) and the audio is amazing at 32bit by 192000khz. The audio software by sound blaster really delivers. The pci-e are all metal for extra durability and as an added bonus the gigabyte apps for the board are amazing! This board is king of the hill as far as features go! Highly recommended!!!!!!!!!!!
By Soham Crawford
Good ryzen board
Easy set-up and even easier bios upgrades with q-flash.
By Alyssa Renaud
Gigabyte refuses to support linux
This gigabyte motherboard has issues running linux and gigabyte refuses to support linux. I will never buy another gigabyte product again until they show they are willing to support the open source community.
By Johnni Hunt
Ok but...
This motherboard is ok but it kinda falls short on advanced features that should be obvious to have, specially considering the price:it has full customizable leds but it has a power, super bright debug, and bios red leds that can't be turned off/color customizedit doesn't have any option to set specific sata ports as external (to be able to eject sata drives from windows)it seems to not be usable for hackintoshall that might be fixed with bios updates but there's no guarantee of it.Something important that i didn't think about before is that the m.2 port is right below the 16x pci-e port, so at least some of the heat from your video card will transfered to the m.2.
By Bobbie Graham
Disappointed with gigabyte for the first time in 15 years
This product was a huge let down especially at the price point of $200+ usd at which you expect to get a product that works flawlessly. I've had several gigabyte boards in the past and they have never let me down or disappointed me in anyway until now. The bios on this board is clunky sometimes i had problems getting it to recognize both the keyboard and mouse at the same time. This is something that might get fixed with a bios updated i guess. Then there are the memory issues the board was constantly throwing up some debug codes that were not in the manual and even though the pc did boot into the os the debug code kept changing while in operation. When i reached out to gigabyte to request information on this the response rate was atrocious as it took them over a week to respond to my ticket. I got so frustrated with the product that i ended up returning it and replacing it with an asrock killer sli/ac which has a lower price point and has yet to give me any trouble at all.
By Jamim Pereira
Five stars
This board is amazing
By
Solid x370 board!
Good board. Came out of the box to support automatic overclocking on my ryzen 5 1600x. Ram had no issues running the xmp profile at 3ghz (corsair vengeance). Leds are good and bright and board looks good overall.
By Noah Garza
Been running since launch. With the latest bios = now near perfect.
I have had this board with a ryzen 7 1700 in it (cooled with a corsair h110i aio) along with 32gb (2x16gb) of g.Skill tridentz 3200mhz cl15 dual-rank ddr4 up and running since march 13th (just 11 days after the ryzen 7 launch), so i feel like i have a pretty good background of experience on this particular motherboard and how it's changed/improved since launch. First things first, if you are having any problems with yours (esp. Ram compatibility issues), update the bios!!!!!!!! The latest bios update from mid-june fixes just about every major problem i still had left with this motherboard (vastly better memory compatibility/stability, advanced memory timing options, much improved overall system stability, slightly faster cpu oc with less voltage then pre-update, etc...), so i'd like to give an a+ shout-out to the gigabyte bios team!!! You guys have consistently beat the other am4 mobo manufacturers in getting the latest agesa updates from amd tested, baked into the different mobo model bios', and finally released to the public (including releasing beta versions before all the bugs have been squashed; letting people test out the new agesa changes waaaay before they would appear in any kind of bios update (even a beta) from another company (for 1.0.0.6, gigabyte had a beta out more than a month before anyone caught up, and were 1 of the first to drop the real thing). In continuation on the bios topic, the interface (advanced, not the 1-screen) is largely great (love smartfan 5 to freaking death), and has steadily improved since launch with added features, options, and refinements.Moving to the hardware itself, i have nothing but good things to say. The 6+4 vrm power phase design (at least on the gaming 5 & k7, the k5 uses their b350, 4+3 vrm setup instead (despite being an x370 board)), which might not match some of the others in sheer phase numbers (looking at you asrock using 2x, 2x worse performing power phases to look better in a # vs # comparison), they are superior in both efficiency and longevity per phase, when compared to those being used in other manufacturer's high end x370 boards. It might not hit the absolute highest oc's of any am4 out there, but what it can hit (which is absolutely nothing to scoff at, 4ghz @ 1.38v on my 1700 in my case) will be likely be more stable & power efficient, with cleaner power delivery than on most competitors boards (esp. Those from asrock. No matter how many power phases they try to throw on their new boards, it still doesn't change the fact that the phases are almost always pieces of leaky, absolute garbage. A crappy vrm's dirty power delivery can't be cleaned up no matter how many more crappy vrm phases you add to send the current through). While the vrm phases themselves might be absolutely top of the line (for a mainstream platform like am4), the heat-sinks on them definitely leave a little to be desired. Using an aio (i.E. No active cooling) and 1.38v vcore, and 1.125v vsoc, they tend to sit in the low-mid 70°c's during stress-testing, which isn't out of control by any-means (these particular phases only start to truly lose efficiency after around 80°c or so), but definitely warmer than i would like or needs to be. By adding significantly more, and finer fins on top of the heat-sinks, (so they aren't visible when the boards looked at, head on) instead of the just a handful they have now, they could have kept vrm temps smack-dab in the efficiency sweet spot, even when the board/cpu is absolutely cranked; without requiring active vrm cooling (i.E. Like a downward facing cpu air cooler, ala the wraith spire). Now, moving on from the cpu, as far as memory is concerned, it's power phase is of the exact same premium quality as the cpu's and should have no problems pushing whatever ddr4 voltages you might need (within reason). And with the most recent bios/agesa update, memory support has become plug-&-play for the vast majority of 2-dimm kits clocked 3200mhz and under, using the built in xmp (or similar) profile. The exceptions to this are primarily high-capacity, dual-rank sticks like the vast majority of 16gb dimms, which might require a little manual adjustment still (i.E. Mine works at either 3200mhz cl 16 (, 18, 18, etc...) or 2933mhz cl 14 (14, 14, etc...), but not quite the rated 3200mhz cl15 yet). Another thing to be aware of is that max ram clock-speed drops significantly when going from 2 to 4 dimm's so keep that in mind when putting your build together. If you need 32gb, 16gbx2 will be far superior to 8gbx4 for ex (for ex. I can hit 3200mhz with my 2x16gb, but you'd be lucky to break 2666mhz w/ 4x8gb sticks).Moving away from primary performance (solid to freaking exceptional), the build quality is absolutely fantastic!!! All electronic components are of very high quality (i.E. Using premium capacitors throughout the entire board, and not just for audio (though the nichicon caps used there are totally fantastic), all the pci-e & dimm slots feature well anchored steel shielding to prevent any flex/bending (no matter how big a gfx card you throw in there), the fit and finish of all machined parts is damn near impeccable and put together in a completely rock solid fashion with no cheap flex or give to be found. The premium fit & finish continues with the matte black pcb, which is not only absolutely striking, but manages to near completely hide any visible wire traces across the entire board from a normal viewing distance (even around the cpu socket, which is almost nothing but wire traces) giving the board an exceptionally clean & consistent look/finish that contrasts most wonderfully with all the board's off-white accent pieces (vrm heat-sink's, i/o shield, chipset heat-sink, etc...), leading to a totally brilliant visual design for any black & white monochrome build. What if you're build isn't monochrome though? Gigabyte has got you covered there with one of the most in-depth and extensive rgb led board setup's i've ever seen. Practically every part of the board has (or is lined with), fully, on-the-fly controllable (even from your phone in real time) rgb led's letting you change/adapt your build's color visible scheme on a whim (as the board itself is neutral colors, any "color" scheme would have to come from the led's and other parts, though being b&w, it fits with, and accentuates nearly any color combo in existence). This is something i really like for a number of reasons, 1st - it's entirely up to the end user whether to use them at all, and with led's being a very personal preference, that's a great thing, 2nd - the boards base-colors (or lack thereof) are perfect for showcasing colored lighting, true making it one of the most visually adaptable/flexible boards i've ever laid eyes on, and 3rd - it's so easy to change or turn on/off (turning the led controller sw into a phone app was genius) that it promotes experimenting. Overall, i find it extremely difficult to find any fault with gigabyte's visual result/performance on the aorus x370 gaming 5.Finally, from a features standpoint; it might not be the most absolutely feature (and often gimmick tbh) packed am4 x370 board out there, but the one's it does bring the table are almost entirely actually useful, or at the very least, serve a discernible/testable purpose. For example, this is perhaps the only am4 board to use 2x, high-end audio chipsets/codecs. (2x realtek alc1220 in this case); one to solely control the rear panel, and another exclusive to the front. This lets you use both at the same time with absolutely no quality/bit-rate/cleanliness loss. Even the single codec boards that can run multiple audio inputs/outputs simultaneously; there is a huge performance/quality hit to doing so; not here. For musicians, this lets you record from 2 audio devices at once (via the 1/8" input jacks, using a 1/4" adapter if necessary) without needing any kind of audio interface/ i/o on hand, with no quality loss. For many, that's huge. Other similarly handy/forward thinking features included are the 5x "hybrid" fan headers which can automatically take either a fan, aio pump, or custom loop pump without any work on your part (the fan/pump's temp curve can then be custom edited with gb's smartfan 5 software either in the bios or win), along with having 2x bios chips on-board (vs 1) giving you a backup in-case an update ever gets botched, or you screw up the settings to the point it won't post anymore. For oc/tweaking enthusiasts like myself, this is huge!!!! (saves more headaches than any other single board feature i can think of).In conclusion, nearly every problem i've had with this board since launch has been the fault of amd, not gigabyte (from rushing the am4/ryzen launch, though with very good reason); and with the most recent bios/agesa update have nearly entirely been fixed. As long as you update the bios first thing after you put your pc together, i literally cannot think of a reason i wouldn't recommend this board to somebody else outside of it's price-range. Someone looking for a true budget option would likely be far better served with 1 of the many b350 offering's available than a high-end (but not quite top-o-line) x370 board such as this.
By Christian Sanchez
First motherboard in almost eight years
I purchased this from the brick and mortar store known as micro center. It's where i buy most of my computer hardware. My last high end gaming motherboard from a tower i ordered in april 2010 finally bit the dust after almost a decade of giving me gaming pleasure. I went from a motherboard that had a 24 gb ram limit in ddr3. The rgb lights are just beautiful. I actually spent the extra money on a side panel that is clear just to watch the rgb lights change. I have the amd ryzen 7 1800x processor with 32 gb of ddr4 ram in here. A geforce gtx 1070 gives it the muscle to power my games at good resolutions.
By Erwin Junker
I'm using it now. Had no problems with windows ...
I'm using it now. Had no problems with windows 10 or any of my peripherals. Very fast motherboard.

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