At a showcase held in Zouk KL, Gigabyte had a lot of new and recent products on display. The Gigabyte AORUS Gallery had the brand’s latest Nvidia GeForce RTX 2000 series GPUs, Intel Z390-based motherboards, new PC components and even gaming peripherals.
During the event, Gigabyte Product Manager for Taiwan, Brian Chang, gave a briefing on the brand’s need to rework its product naming convention for motherboards as there were many customers who have expressed confusion before. In response, Gigabyte will be segregating the boards into even more segments before, rather than use roman numerals for the boards that don’t have a specific designation. Right at the top of the pile will be the AORUS Enthusiast category, followed by the AORUS Gaming and Designare, while Gigabyte Gaming and the Ultra Durable series are the lower-end models.
It should also be mentioned that the Z390 AORUS Master is a new and upcoming model that was introduced at the Gallery. This new motherboard comes with 12 VRM power phases and solid pins in the 24-pin power connector, which is supposed to improve power efficiency. It also has two instead of one 8-pin power connector, allowing users to provide higher and more stable voltage to the CPU.
Gigabyte also went all in with the PC component market, adding a PSU to its product lineup in addition to the DRAM and SSD that was first introduced at this year’s COMPUTEX.
Peripherals were also on display, with many of the usual gaming variants all in attendance. This includes a headset, mouse, keyboard and mousepad.