We can expect GIGABYTE to unveil a new AORUS-branded M.2 Thermal Guard, a new M.2 heatspreader for your M.2 SSD - and hopefully, on your GIGABYTE/AORUS motherboard.
MSI recently released their own M.2 Shield, a M.2 SSD heatspreader that wasn't as well received as they probably thought - as most people didn't report that it made their M.2 operate any cooler. Hopefully GIGABYTE does things differently with their upcoming AORUS M.2 Thermal Guard, and I'm sure we'll see a new high-end motherboard unveiled at Computex - most likely on Intel's next-gen X299 chipset, something they're expected to unveil on May 30.
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