Other X299 Motherboards
Down one level from the X299 Gaming 9 is the X299 AORUS Gaming 7, which is very similar to the Gaming 9, but is a bit cut down when it comes to premium features such as an integrated IO shield, M.2 heat sinks, and 5v/12v digital RGB LED support.
The poster-board cards near each motherboard show off its features and the differences between the motherboards. One different is the audio output SNR, which is a bit higher on the Gaming 9 at 217dB.
The lower-end motherboard in GIGABYTE's X299 fleet is the X299 AORUS Gaming 3, which offers slightly fewer features than the Gaming 7, and the Ultra Gaming which sits in the place of the X299 AORUS Gaming 5. It features Intel LAN, two M.2 slots, and digital RGB LED support along with traditional RGB LED support.
The X299-UD4 is GIAGBYTE's only Ultra Durable motherboard that will be launched at the X299 chipset launch. It has no RGB LEDs; it features an all-black aesthetics, and still maintains some premium features like USB 3.1 that most people care about. It's a solid motherboard designed for those who don't want all the flash of an AORUS motherboard.
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