GIGABYTE has released only a handful of its professional focused and creator-driven Designare branded motherboards, one for X299 and X399 for HEDT, as well as a Z390 version for desktop users. At Computex GIGABYTE unveiled its plans to launch a new variant, the X299G Designare-10G which drops flashy RGB LEDs, and opts for more professional features including dual 10 Gigabit ports. The X499 moniker on the heatsink is a name placeholder, not a confirmed chipset The GIGABYTE X299G Designare-10G is targeted at professional users, content creators and enthusiasts with its 12-phase power delivery, dual 8-pin 12 V ATX CPU power inputs, and four full-length PCIe 3.0 slots. It also marks a shift in the Designare range with more subtle and classier aesthetics with a black and...
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