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- B360 AORUS Gaming 3 WIFI
Socket / CPU
Black / Orange
PCI-E x16 Slots
PCI-E x8 Slots
PCI-E x4 Slots
PCI-E x1 Slots
SATA 6 Gb/s
Depends on CPU
Onboard USB3.0 Headers
- 19 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Mean Green Gaming Machine
Wifi works good and has plenty of features. Only complaint is for an "RGB' board it has very little built in lighting.
- 16 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Satisfying First PC Build ($930)
It worked, had enough features for my needs, and even gave me some LEDs to play with. WIFI cable/tower system is a little dumpy looking but it works.
- 7 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Dreadnought
Being on the more high end B360 motherboards, it has a lot to offer. The main reason I bought this board was not because of the RGB although that is a nice added bonus. The integrated Dual band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth V5 was the main. When compared to another motherboard without this feature, the price of that board is much cheaper, but when an Wireless card with just dual band Wi-Fi is added with that board, the price is almost the same. The 3 chassis fan head headers allow control of all my case fans, future support for NVMe SSD's, plenty of expansion ports and great I/O make this board versatile, aesthetically pleasing and an overall solid all-round B360 board.
- 5 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build My Doomsday Machine (First build)
Bought this mother board for the built in wi-fi. The RGB was a bonus, looking forwards to playing with the RGB fusion software. My only complaint is that ohe of the fan headers is really hard to access under the powersupply, but this was my first build, so that might be a common issue.
- 5 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Non OC Workhorse for Dad
Went for this one because I needed on-board WiFi, slightly expensive for the price but cheaper than a MoBo+PCIe Card combo.
I've not checked this but I've heard installing the WiFi card disables one of the USB ports.
Gave some minor issues: The CPU Error LED lit up and stayed on a week after I bought it. There was no problem with the CPU and everything was working fine. It went away after restarting a couple of times. I had already updated the BIOS. The onboard LEDs also reset to default colours arbitrarily and I had to customise them again. The LEDs can be customised both from the BIOS and from Gigabyte's software though.
Downloading and installing drivers was a pain since Gigabyte's website has two versions up there. Had to do some research to find out which ones were for me. And then I had to download each one, unzip and install one by one.
Other than that has worked fine.
- 3 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build First PC Build Ever
- The motherboard itself is very good quality and the Wifi on it is exceptional.
- Definitely not a fan of the RGB software (RGB Fusion). It really limits what you can do with your RAM's RGB and there is a delay between the different RGB components for the patterns it can perform. The only mode that actually looks good despite these issues is the Pulse pattern. The worst thing by far, however is that the desktop version of the RGB software will demand the computer's attention every 2 hours or so and minimize my game while I'm trying to play.
- 2 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Basic Work Station
I did have a hard time getting the display to work when I first built this. I found that it was a motherboard setting that was giving me issues; on first start up with this motherboard you need to use the processor's onboard GPU so that you can go into the BIOS and switch to have it start up using a GPU other than the onboard graphics if you're trying to use a dedicated graphics card. Not sure how you would use this motherboard if your processor didn't have integrated graphics, unless you stuck a spare processor on temporarily just to change the default setting. Other than that, the MOBO has worked great.
Also, I like the antenna that the wifi card comes with. The wires are a decent length (haven't measured, but if I had to guess I'd say 3-3.5 ft). My machine sits under my metal desk, so I set the antenna on top of my desk behind my monitor and get full signal from my router in the other room crossing one wall and about 15 feet away.