Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7 WiFi review: A motherboard that is packed full of features, and competes with the best

Dull BIOS aside, Gigabyte has crafted a fine higher-end motherboard for the latest Ryzen chips

You don’t need an X470-chipset motherboard to use one of AMD’s second-gen Ryzen processors, or even the cheaper B450 models. Backwards compatibility means older 300-series chipsets, such as X370 and B350, will work with the new CPUs just fine. That said, with the updated chipsets promising better power efficiency and more stable overclocking, they’re absolutely worth a look.

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