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Gigabyte Z97 and H97 Motherboards Gallery

Release date for the Z97 and H97 chipsets is rapidly approaching and motherboard makers are frantically preparing for the upcoming launch. We have a gallery of pictures for the upcoming Gigabyte motherboards based on the Intel 9-series chipset. No further explanation is required; simply sit back and feast your eyes on Gigabyte’s comprehensive range of 9-series motherboards.

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Z97 Gaming motherboards

Gigabyte will release a host of Gaming series motherboards. Highlights of the Gaming motherboards include a Killer E2200 series NIC, Realtek ALC1150- or Creative Sound Core 3D-based audio system and a red and black colour scheme.

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The Z97X-Gaming 3 (the motherboard in the picture is incorrect – it is actually the H97-Gaming 3), Z97X-Gaming 5 and Z97X-Gaming 7 will be offered in the ATX form factor. SATA Express and m.2 support is consistent across these three boards.

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Increased capabilities with multi-VGA configurations is offered by the Z97X-Gaming G1, Z97X-Gaming G1 WiFi-BK and the Z97X-Gaming GT. Both of the G1 boards utilise a Creative Sound Core 3D audio system.

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Two smaller form factor boards are present in the Gaming series – the mini-ITX Z97N-Gaming 5 and the mATX Z97MX-Gaming 5. Both boards utilise a Realtek ALC1150-based audio solution and a Killer E2200 series NIC.

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Also predominantly centred around gaming is the G1.Sniper Z97 motherboard. Last year Gigabyte introduced their G1.Sniper Z87 motherboard which offered many gaming features at a very aggressive price point.

Z97 Series motherboards

The Gigabyte Z97 series motherboard will span a variety of price points and offering differing features based on the target markets. A black and yellow colour scheme is new for Gigabyte on many of their Z97 series motherboards.

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Gigabyte are also going to introduce two black edition motherboards that will feature additional stability and reliability certification. We previewed the Gigabyte Z97X-UD5H-BK Black Edition motherboard over HERE.

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Three smaller form factor motherboard will be in Gigabyte’s Z97 series; two mATX and one mini-ITX.

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The Gigabyte Z97X-SLI sits in the Z97 series of motherboard but targets users who want a relatively low-cost route to SLI compatibility.

Z97 Overclocking motherboards

Two overclocking motherboards released by Gigabyte will specifically target overclocking enthusiasts.

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The Z97X-SOC and Z97X-SOC Force both use bright orange and black colour schemes. We previewed the Gigabyte Z97X-SOC Force motherboard HERE.

H97 motherboards

Gigabyte is also releasing a range of motherboards based on the lower-cost H97 chipset.

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Three H97 series boards will target all-round users.

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Gigabyte has the H97-Gaming 3 for gamers.

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Three H97-based micro-ATX and a mini-ITX motherboard cater for smaller form factor users.

High Resolution Gallery

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KitGuru Says: An extensive range of Z97 and H97 motherboards from Gigabyte. Check back soon for full reviews. 

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  • Anonymous

    Very disappointing,most boards are the overused red,the others that are gold is a bit too much like Asus last gen,and the only 2 orange boards is garbage.I mean 4 phases on the Z97X-OC seriously?And 8 phases on the OC force?And both are only
    x4(or x8)/x4/x4/x4?Thats is just retarded.Does gigabyte want to get rid of this series or something?And where are the Green G1 boards?Without them G1 is not G1.

  • John

    Guys don’t believe this, it is a bunch of really obvious photoshops. Check for other sources, and I am very disappointed in you Kitguru…

  • Dennis

    I gotta say that I’m rather disappointed in the fact that they’ve ditched their usual color scheme for the G1 boards. I know a lot o people will disagree with me on this, and the fact that they’ve also made a Black version is a great idea but changing the green and black color scheme with gold and black that is just a disappointment.

    Maybe there is a chance there will come a Sniper board with the original color scheme and to be honest i think that the whole gold is a bit overdone on these boards, I wouldn’t have had a problem with it if it had been more subtle but there will most definitely be some people out there who likes it.