Gigabyte Aorus X570 Master Preview

hi everyone its TTL back with another video for you and yes that is an x5 70 Oris master on the table now is on the table but because of a rather strict NDA there's only a certain amount of stuff that I can talk to you about so I can't show you any performance you are not going to see a CPU today let alone actually have the board powered up with anything but we are going to show you as much as we possibly can do within the realms of the NDA the full review will be live on this channel on the 7th of July with the new CPUs and possibly with some Navi goodness – but for now you're just gonna have to put up with what I'm allowed to show you at the moment and before anyone asks this actually came from a trade show and I think it's the last one they've got that still working I got it so I have already taken the box out but I do want to show you in the box because obviously there's only a certain amount of stuff we can talk about today so you get a sticker pack passport kind of logo coveri things some stuff few fans and you also get some handy cable tabs now these you wrap around the cable so that you can indicate what each one is they might not disconnect to one by mistake you then get your manual your CD and then a multilingual installation guide if we were to open the actual main part of the box there is an awful lot of other stuff going on in here so you've got some velcro tabs these amazingly handy around the back of the board when you're trying to cable tidy but you actually want to be able to get them on and off rather than just put the zip tie on you've got your wireless dongle here which you will see the connections for on the back of the board in a sec you've then this is an addressable RGB cable extension you can tell it's addressable because it's only got the three pins and the gap rather than the four pins then you have got oh this is the noise connector ah I see that I was looking at the board just a second ago when I talked to you about the noise connector in a minute you'll know what this is and this is that's what it must be because it's like a little microphone on the end and the camera is going to go spaz if i zoom you in too much but there is I'm gonna this is gonna be fun to find out about when we actually do the full main review then there is this is a normal I say normal but it's not because it's an RGB W extension so it's got an extra channel on it so that you can have a dedicated white or for some of the cable connections UV cable would sell the RGB W and RG b UV strips if you are interested then we've got a thermal probe it's quite a long one as well but it's got the old two-prong thing and you can put that on the top of the cpu heatsink if you want or a certain part of the motherboard or underneath the backplate if you're g4u up on the vrm and you know you can put it wherever you want and then the good thing about it is here's another one it's then you can actually use the software in the OS to track that sensor as well you've then got a quick connect for the I uh body i/o I mean like your switches your LEDs and all that sort of thing for the case and then you get for plain black SATA connections there's two straight and two ninety degrees so that is our first look at the board itself now don't forget what I said I am under an NDA and we are skirting the kind of realms of what we're allowed to show you with this and I'm taking the the text in the NBA in a very literal sense so I'm hoping that this is going to be able to stay up and you can do it but if not share the bejesus out of it so that you can watch it while you can but what I will do is I'm going to give you a good look around the board because I can obviously not show you any performance or anything like so for now we can have a good down and dirty look everything in and around it so I'm going to move the camera around a lot I don't know whether we're gonna get nice pans or anything like that but because of the I can zoom in quite a bit you can pause and you're going to be able to get some decent detail on the the actual board and you may even spot stuff that I've missed in the rush to try and get you this content as quick as I possibly could yes it is a funny angle but you'll see why as we zoom in so you do get to eight pins at the top but what you can see is there is a four pin pwm header just to the left-hand side of the heatsink but then when we pan across you can kind of you get a good glimpse of the heatsink now the other reason why I wanted to give you a good glimpse of that heatsink is it's a proper finned an iminium heatsink it's not just a lump of metal going on there there are many many fins and what those many many fins do and they go right the way down here as well is they actually give you an amazing amount of surface area which makes our lives much easier when it comes to cooling because more surface area more cooling this is the way the old-school things used to be and admittedly they were copper and we are they have at least been anodized black but means that their cooling performance of those fins theoretically should be amazing one of the things I can say is it is actually a fourteen phase board as well you can see there's a lot of chunks and caps going on there and if I give you a look that way yes it's in my hand but you can see there's a ferrule whack and also looking in you can see that it's direct contact as well and they do say about that was it up there or up there I can't remember but they do say about direct close it there it is direct touch there we go back on the thing if we move across you get another two fan headers you got the CPU optional and the CPU fan there but then you can see that we've got our readout points for a multimeter so this is already giving us an indication this might be a good board for the overclockers this little connector here that is the noise connector for the noise sensor that was I think that little Sam looked like a little microphone that I showed you briefly before with the red and black cable so we've got that there then just to the right of all of their pickups here you can see we've got the RGB and then we have the addressable RGB they're little bit further down what we can see is we've got power and a reset switch and then we've got a couple of by off switches so the one to the left is the dual boil switch where you can actually choose between whether you're running one bias or two boils then you have the other switch to the right which actually chooses whether you're using the first by us or the second bias I don't know why you'd want to be able to do that it's a question I'm definitely going to be asking gigabyte but you know that's what they are for and I did look it up in the manual as well because even I found it a little bit confusing I'm hoping because of the quality of the camera and the fact we can zoom in so much as well you are going to be able to pause and get some really really good ideas on what is actually going on with this board now we've obviously got the PCI poster down here in the bottom corner but you can see the bracing around the DIMM slots to the left I'm just gonna zoom down very my zoom I'm gonna go down slowly so that you can get an idea of all the componentry that's going on but also you're going to be able to get an idea of where the fan headers are because we've just found another three but you'll also be able to read things on the board so fragments like here you can see that you've got a 1 a 2 B 1 B 2 so that means when you install dim on the board you would need to install it in a 1 and B 1 because you want a and B because you don't want to eyes then we come down a little bit more we'll stay on this side you can see here just here these are the lights when you're posting the board so you'll see it going through the different stages so you've seen the VGA stage the boot stage and you can see the other ones so that's all there for it now this I will come out a little bit for because this is the heatsink there is a fan underneath it we do know that we've got PCI Express 4 gonna be available with the CPU so the boards are ready for it maybe because it I don't know whether it's going straight to the C for you or whether you know it's going through the chipset it's questions again that needs to be asked but it's also questions that I can't really answer until we do do the main review and talk about all the performance and all of that sort of stuff we can see here that there is another voltage pickup point or is it a bit of missing hardware let me try and get the camera to give you a better look there we go it could be a connector that may have been there I think it might have been another SATA connector it might be available in one of the other boards because you can see there are six below it so right in the bottom right-hand corner you can see where you put your power you reset switches your LEDs and all that sort of stuff above it the two little prongs that are above it just there would be the jumpers for their clear CMOS you can actually see the text just up here as well the fact I've got you zoomed in just to helps you get a better idea for it you can see that you've got two internal USB threes we got another sis fan you can see that sis fur six then you can see that you've got two internal USB twos is well always handy for those of you that may plug your power supply in or your AIO in for extra monitoring and then when we come across a little bit further you can see we've got another addressable RGB and the normal RGB header then you've also got a front panel audio connector there as well when we do come up you can see some Japanese capacitors there but you can also see those for very high grades audio capacitors as well now this is something that I've not read into much about because we're it's so early gigabyte literally haven't even sent me any official PDF stuff to talk about specifics about what's underneath or anything yet so we're just gonna have to speculate they're gonna make a really nice decent onboard audio then when we pan out a little bit what you can see is we've got three onboard m2 so you've got 210 millimeter long ones here and then there's a shorter eight T just down at the bottom again I can't really talk to you too much about how they're wired into the chipset or whether it's the CPU or anything like that because that's a little bit too close to the NBA for me to want to risk too much about when we do have a look around the back though you can see that we've got a CMOS clear here and then you've also got the D flash plus I'm gonna assume that's like a very quick onboard bios kind of updating thing a bit like some other companies use I'm struggling to not call it by what they would call it you can see that you've got the buyers header here and essentially it so you don't necessarily need a cpu in the board to be able to update bass it does make life a lot easier anyway for USB twos then we've also got the USB 3s here one of them is the BIOS USB but you can obviously still use that USB 3.1 gen2 you can see you can a MSC then you've got USB 3.1 gen2 here as well these are both all they're not looked that one is Gigabit but then there's a two point five gigabit internal land header now I do have to be a kind of a bearer of bad news so that's not going to make your internet quicker but if you've got an internal home networking that's going to work with maybe you've got high-speed cables a quicker switch or maybe even a router with 2.5 kick available then you might be able to connect to other machines on your network with a little bit more speed then you've got gold plated connectors for the audio at the back which kind of does give you a hint towards the that the capacitors those red caps that I spoke to you about before where on the back of the board massive backplate can't really see too much of what it's whether it's in direct contact with anything yet I will strip it and take it apart at a later date so I've saved this part for the end because it's one of the most difficult gray areas that we've got and that is the lighting because I'm not allowed to power the board up but it's not got a CPU in it and I've technically not powered the board up I've just powered the LEDs up now this is just in a demo mode it's literally just a power there and it will just cycle but it shows us where the lighting is and it's actually quite light on this board if I'm honest I was I was I was genuinely expecting a bit more but for those of you that don't like RGB there's not a great deal on it and it is incredibly subtle if you had any other kind of light in going on inside the case and it probably wouldn't show very much but I do think lighting in and around the heatsink here if I was to just turn it on to like a white mode I think it could be a really nice subtle effect and it does catch that Oris logo quite nicely and that's where I'm going to finish this because this is the first of my x5 70 previews there will be more on the channel but don't forget the main NDA is the 7th of july 2019 so if you're watching this and the NDA is past the full review for this board with all the performance and the different CPUs and all of that sort of stuff and maybe even some Navitus will be live if you want to go and take a look thanks for watching this has been a tiniest one please don't forget to subscribe and hit the bell if you like the content there will be much much more thank Lord for AMD launches you

50 thoughts on “Gigabyte Aorus X570 Master Preview”

  1. RGB, where has all the RGB gone and for the amount that it's going to cost it should be lit up like a Christmas tree.

  2. 1. air goes in the top and moved around by the fan.
    2. ??????
    3. Profit.
    that lump of plastic and metal on the chipset is NOT making me feel good. Not only can I not see anything resembling cooling fins under that cover, but there also does not appear to be an exhaust for the fan as well. Very very very bad looking, with what little they are letting you show us.

    the rest looks ok, Great vid TTL and crew. B)

  3. Dear Gigabyte… PLEASE work on your software. Specifically RGBFusion. I cant recommend or even consider buying your rgb enabled parts until it gets completely revamped. Which is a shame bc I would absolutely love to get on… board… with your x570 stuff (C wut I did thur), RTX gpu's, new memory kits (which look amazing), peripherals, etc etc etc – some of which look great.
    Thanks in advance!
    -PC Enthusiasts everywhere

  4. where have you been! i haven't seen a video from you for dome time? what's up? btw? it's nice to see this video!

  5. go check out buildzoid he actually does a pcb break down and he actually knows what each part is for and will explain in depth

  6. Hello brother, enjoyed the sneaky preview, it's definatly a Mobo on the short list…looking forward to seeing the Asus boards also.
    P.S…Don't suppose there's any chance of selling an old dog like me that Aorus logo is there??

  7. Looks ugly and lacks all the cool RGB looks compare to its Z390 counterpart, yet I will buy it if I go with the AMD route.

  8. what i find really funny is that these companies put proper heatsink on VRM that will never need it and they let the lower tier VRMs that actually do get hot cook under insufficient cooling …

  9. Damn the old x470 Aorus Gaming 7 has way more rgb compared to these board and way cheaper too.

  10. Gigabyte's dual BIOS implementation has been super annoying for overclockers. After failing to post a few times in a row, which can easily happen when pushing memory OC, it will (without telling you) switch over to the other BIOS. And since profiles are stored on each BIOS separately you'll have to enter all the settings again. Having the switches to select which BIOS to use will solve this problem.

  11. Review the extreme please. Would like to know if it will work in the h500m. Most eatx boards won't but this one looks like it may do well.

  12. Planning to make a comparison test in Audio ?
    Just to be sure that ESS chip does "something much better" than Non-ESS'ed version boards like Aorus X570 Pro ?
    PS: I know what ESS DAC is but wonder about the performance on Non-ESS'ed DACs.

  13. At 9:00 you can see 5 solder bumps at the right edge of the board. Those are where the thunderbolt headers are supposed to go, but the header is not soldered onto the board. So apparently gigabyte have think about putting thunderbolt on Ryzen but unlike AsRock, they cannot make it work

  14. B450 Tomahawk+3900x or x570+3900x? Does it actually really matter??? Actually curious.

    – Thanks for anyone that can assist me here.

  15. Can't decide if I want the 3700x or 3800x and which mobo to pair either with. Either the x570-f or crosshair viii. Thoughts on beat combo for strictly gaming

  16. check out some buildzoid videos at actuall hardcore overclocking, he will explain what those bios switches do. basically when the board thinks there's an issue with your overclock it might flip over to the backup bios and with these switches you can lock down which one you want.

  17. I never understood why they put WiFi antennas on high end boards. Who the hell uses their PC over WiFi? Such a waste. They could've added more USB and Thunderbolt.

  18. I'm not going to waste my money on X570 board as there prices will drop after about six month so will stay with my ROG Crosshair VI Hero . Just can't make my mind up on which processor to purchase yet as i was thinking about the 16 core but that just over $1000 NZD so most likely flip a coin to make up my mind.

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