The GTX 1080 Ti Aorus Waterforce WB Xtreme Edition
Gigabyte has unveiled the new Geforce GTX 1080 Ti that will both be a part of its Aorus gaming lineup as well as feature a full-cover water block.
Based on B350 chipset
While there were plenty of mATX and ATX socket AM4 motherboards, the mini-ITX motherboards for Ryzen CPUs have been pretty rare but it appears that this will change as Gigabyte is also working on such a motherboard based on AMD's B350 chipset.
RGB lighting and possible VR-link
Gigabyte has released a teaser of its upcoming custom GTX 1080 Ti graphics card that will obviously be a part of its new Aorus series and should feature both RGB lighting as well as a couple of other exclusive features.
Killing partner’s profits
Nvidia’s Founders Edition graphics cards have angered its own partners who are complaining that the range is gutting their own profits.
Motherboard shipments may drop 10 percent in 2017
The latest bit of information from industry sources suggests that ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte will all begin hiking retail prices for motherboards and graphics cards in China beginning in early February after the 2017 Lunar New Year holidays.
Kaby Lake with Geforce GTX 1050/Ti, 1060 and 1070
Gigabyte had quite a few notebooks to present during its media event at CES, not the least of which included its Aorus thin and lightweight gaming series, along with some refreshes to its traditional Aero and P series lineups, and a new Sabre 15-inch design.
Kaby Lake, 144Hz and UHD displays, relatively lightweight
Gigabyte is a well-known PC company that has dofne a remarkable job in delivering top-tier components in its motherboard and notebook product designs over the last three decades for enthusiast overclockers and more recently a range of casual to serious gamers.
Perfect for SFF systems
Gigabyte has unveiled its newest Geforce GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 graphics cards with a low-profile design that will be perfect for small form factor (SFF) and HTPC systems.
No longer seeing growth in certain units
Since the first half of 2016, Asustek Computer has experienced a rapid decline of sales in its tablet businesses, while Gigabyte has not seen much profitability from its PC accessories unit.