With a 12-plus-1 phases digital VRM solution that features a 90 A smart power stage and shielded memory routing, the Gigabyte Z590 AORUS PRO AX motherboard is a good solution for overclocking LGA 1200 Intel 11th and 10th Gen processors. Amazon has it discounted to an attractive US$120, down from the list price of US$289.99.
Released with multiple solutions aimed at improving its stability and overclocking potential, the Gigabyte Z590 AORUS PRO AX was described by its makers as “a true beast among motherboards” that packs together a wide range of features and capabilities in the ATX format. Although it arrived in the first part of last year, this LGA 1200 motherboard has just become an attractive system building option thanks to Amazon’s 59% discount.
After no less than 2,369 Amazon users reviewed it, the Gigabyte Z590 AORUS PRO AX has a 4.4/5 rating. The score comes after 73% perfect scores and 11% 4/5 ones. However, 9% of its users who shared their opinion gave it a single star. The breakdown by feature includes a 3.6 score for tech support, 3.8 for value, 4.0 for stability and material quality, 4.1 for gaming performance, and 4.2 stars for its ease of installation.
The technical highlights of the Gigabyte Z590 AORUS PRO AX include WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, 4 X M.2 connectors with thermal guards, RGB Fusion 2.0 support, AMP-UP audio, a direct 12 + 1 phases digital VRM with 90 A smart power stage, as well as DisplayPort, Intel 2.5 GbE LAN, and multiple USB ports.
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Codrut Nistor, 2022-11-22 (Update: 2022-11-23)