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Gigabyte X670 motherboard warranties are extended by two years in the US

Gigabyte makes a new offer. (Source: Gigabyte)
Gigabyte makes a new offer. (Source: Gigabyte)
Gigabyte has already debuted its new X670-type motherboards for new AMD Ryzen 7000-series processors. Now, the OEM has announced a new extended warranty program for the same new DDR5-, PCIe 5.0- and Wi-Fi 6E-compatible components. It applies to boards sold in the United States only, and, according to the company, further enhances their "Ultra Durable" appeal.

Gigabyte has announced its X670-series motherboards for those aspiring to build a new PC around new Ryzen 7000 silicon with the AM5 socket. Now, the same OEM has released what might be good news for those located in the US.

Gigabyte already includes 3-year warranties with all motherboards sold in this market; however, it has now revealed that it will throw in 2 additional years in the case of upgrading to X670, for a grand total of 5 years of official support.

This program includes the new X670E models now listed on Amazon, which include the X670E AORUS Xtreme and AORUS Elite AX as well as their Master variant. They all purport to augment their extensive warranties with an Ultra Durable Armor design. It also features the latest Fins-Array III with NanoCarbon Coating cooling solution, albeit only in the Xtreme and Master boards.

The AORUS X670E series also feature the first-party EZ-Latch Plus system for M.2 drive installation, which also applies to PCIe 5.0 components in the Master and Xtreme boards.

All in all, Gigabyte touts these new boards as capable of "exceptional power delivery and stability with rich features" when gaming on a new Ryzen 7000-series platform.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-10- 8 (Update: 2022-10- 8)