The X570 AORUS ELITE AM4 ATX Motherboard from Gigabyte is built on an AMD X570 chipset, supporting 2nd and 3rd generation AMD Ryzen processors with an AM4 socket. It has four memory slots for up to 128GB of dual-channel DDR4 RAM, which can be overclocked to up to 4000 MHz. For storage, it’s equipped with six SATA III ports and two M.2 slots. This motherboard is equipped with a PCIe 4.0 x16 slot for a graphics card. The Realtek ALC1200 codec provides 7.1-channel HD audio.
Gigabyte X570 AORUS ELITE AM4 ATX Motherboard
|Dimensions||13.3 × 10.8 × 3.3 in|
1 x USB 3.1 / USB 3.2 Gen 2 Header (Supports 1 USB Type-C Port)<br />2 x USB 3.1 / USB 3.2 Gen 1 Header (Supports 4 USB Type-A Port)<br />2 x USB 2.0 Header (Supports 4 USB Type-A Port)
1 x HDMI 2.0
|Ethernet / Controller||
1 x Intel Gigabit
4 x 288-Pin
DDR4 2133, 2400, 2667, 2933, 3200, 3300, 3333, 3400, 3466, 3600, 3733, 3800, 3866, 4000 MHz
Non-ECC, ECC Unbuffered
6 x SATA III
2 x M Key 2242, 2260, 2280, 22110 (PCIe 4.0 x4, SATA III)
RAID 0, 1, 10
2 x PCIe 4.0 x16<br />2 x PCIe 4.0 x1
Quad-GPU AMD CrossFireX
1 x 4-Pin CPU<br />2 x 4-Pin System
1 x Water Flow-Rate Sensor
1 x 24-Pin Mainboard<br />1 x 8-Pin CPU
3 x RGB
|I/O Connection Headers||
AAFP, USB 3.1 / USB 3.2 Gen 1
Realtek ALC1200 (7.1-Channel)
|Supported Operating Systems||
Windows 10 (64-Bit)
8 reviews for Gigabyte X570 AORUS ELITE AM4 ATX Motherboard
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Judge Klein (verified owner) –
Amazing board Solid layout and build quality 2 big complaints: Not enough 4/3pin fan headers (a must for ITX Builds – Ideally 3) And the USB 3.0 header had 3 badly bent pins
Shanny Runte (verified owner) –
The easiest motherboard I have ever used. I have been building my own systems for years. This MB has clear instructions and superior flexibility with memory upgrades. The M2 slots turn this motherboard into a superfast machine. The built in support in the BIOS is outstanding. This is a very well thought out Mother Board.
Sanford Baumbach (verified owner) –
This board works great with my Ryzen 9 3900X and B&H is awesome, Lightning fast shipping and service, Thanks B&H
Karson King (verified owner) –
Ordered this motherboard for a new computer build, AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Processor and AMD Radeon 6900 XT GPU. Motherboard was shipped safely with all the original parts. It has been working for the past three weeks and could not be happier. Motherboard was same price as other online realters and the reason I decided to go with B&H is: they have free 2 day shipping and are a small business compared to the giant website.
Paige Barton (verified owner) –
The new Windows Update just borked this motherboard and it’s not returnable anymore. I’ve only had it installed for less than 3 months. It won’t even load into bios anymore. Do NOT download the March 2021 windows update if you have this mobo. You’ve been warned.
Terence Bartoletti (verified owner) –
Got this mobo to go with my 3900X and 32GB of 3600MHz Trident Z Neo. Everything was immediately recognized and the XMP profile worked as expected once selected in BIOS. The only issue I had with initial setup was that it didn’t want to output through my GTX 1070, but a couple of restarts fixed that. Power consumption is around 100w idle and 250w while gaming. The VRMs stay nice and cool as well, which is a huge plus for watercooling setups.
Devyn Leffler (verified owner) –
I felt obligated to write a review for this board, it is amazing. I’ve been building systems since I was a kid (I’m over 50 now) and this is the best board I’ve ever used. I was a bit wary of potential bugs with the X570 chipset but I installed Fedora 33 with no issues whatsoever (I did do all firmware updates before the install). The high quality of the board is obvious from the moment you take it out of the box. Great attention to detail everywhere and great components. The system has been rock solid. I’m primarily doing audio/video/photo editing, but I also use the machine working from home for all sorts of tasks and it’s running 24×7. Bios is flexible and it’s very easy to customize settings. I could go on and on about the board but one big surprise was the audio quality. I listen to a lot of high-end audio equipment and computer audio has always sounded like garbage to me no matter what the vendor claims. The sound from this board is the cleanest I have ever heard from a motherboard, very nice. I think that the steps the vendor has taken on the audio side have definitely had a big impact, but additionally I think the overall quality, shielding and isolation of everything on the board helps too. I felt like a bit of an early adopter with this board but it paid off, absolutely loving it. My only complaint is that now I feel like I have to upgrade my speaker system to truly take advantage of the audio quality.
Gwendolyn Roob (verified owner) –
I’ve built countless PCs for family, friends, and myself over the years. This motherboard failed to POST after installation. So I checked all the usual suspects, such as, removing all internal cards, USB peripherals, etc. The motherboard would simply not boot, but it also wasn’t displaying typical DOA characteristics. So I ended up downloading the latest BIOS from Gigabyte and loaded it to a flash drive. I then ran the QFLASH feature (button on motherboard) with the USB attached to the specific BIOS flashing related USB port. The system flashed and then worked great. Everything appears to be running fine now, and I’m happy with the motherboard overall. However, I’m guessing most people will not figure this out and then end up sending the motherboard back as DOA. Be warned of this issue! I’m not the only person that has experienced this, and it reflects poorly on Gigabyte’s quality control department. Purchase with caution!