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Gigabyte Z170X-Gaming 7 Motherboard Review

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Gigabyte ships the Z170X-Gaming 7 in a box that highlights the board's core features and general specifications.

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The decent bundle consists of four clear-coloured SATA cables, a black SLI ribbon, Gigabyte's chassis connector header, and an IO shield with active multi-colour lighting. I am happy to see Gigabyte supplying a plastic shroud that helps users connect the front panel chassis cables to their motherboard with relative ease.

The standard affair of documentation is supplied, in addition to a chassis sticker and a World of Warships poster (on relevant versions of this board).

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  1. Bought it and am loving it. The one complaint I have is that the mouse lags like hell in UEFI. I haven’t tried a different mouse with it yet though (currently using Cougar 550M). The SB audio is superb.

  2. how the settings for memory on the mainboard? is it stable with xmp auto settings?