Friday, September 29th 2017

ECS Elitegroup Announces Z370-Lightsaber Motherboard

Elitegroup Computer System (ECS), the global leading motherboard, Mini-PC, Notebooks and mobile device manufacturer, is proud to announce the new LEET Z370-Lightsaber motherboard supporting Intel 8th generation Core "Coffee Lake" LGA 1151 desktop processors. ECS Elitegroup Z370-Lightsaber is built in the ATX form-factor, supporting up to 64GB of dual channel DDR4 memory rated at 3200MHz+; three PCIe 3.0 x16 slots and three PCIe x1 slots for expansion. For storage slots, two M.2 32Gb/s Gen3 slots with one slot also supports SATA, and six SATA 6Gb/s ports that supports RAID 0/1/5/10. For users requires faster storage options, the board also supports Intel Optane technology for PCIe SSDs as well.

On the power & audio side, the motherboard comes with DiGi Power - Digital power designs with durable chokes and MOSFETs, offering more stable power delivery and more stable overclocking across the board, and Superior Audio - Featuring Realtek ALC 1150 8-channel(7.1) HD Audio along with Independent power delivery for the audio chip to avoid electromagnetic interference, onboard audio amplifier, Nichicon capacitors and golden audio connectors to provide an exceptional audio experience.
In addition, the motherboard offers a total of fifteen USB ports (two USB 3.1, six USB 3.0, seven USB 2.0) with lightning USB technology, offering better and faster transfer rates via USB devices, Multi-BIOSes, easy buttons for hassle free CPU OC, and LED illumination lighting that is adjustable via BIOS.
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7 Comments on ECS Elitegroup Announces Z370-Lightsaber Motherboard

#1
noel_fs
Wow, looks pretty good
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bogami
One of the few who has not forgotten the audiointusiast. It offers everything that is needed for a good Pc .
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natr0n
ECS always reminds me of purple pcb's.
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timta2
bogami
One of the few who has not forgotten the audiointusiast. It offers everything that is needed for a good Pc .
audio enthusiast
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#5
micropage7
natr0n
ECS always reminds me of purple pcb's.
yeah, but most move to black now
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hapkiman
Just don't know how well ECS brand will hold up compared to ASUS or MSI. Looks decent though.
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lexluthermiester
bogami
One of the few who has not forgotten the audiointusiast. It offers everything that is needed for a good Pc .
Funny thing, was about to comment on the sound chip and suggest they could have made a better choice. However, it's good to see ECS making a come-back with such a strong offering. Would definitely go with a SoundBlaster card for audio. Of course I do that anyway.
hapkiman
Just don't know how well ECS brand will hold up compared to ASUS or MSI. Looks decent though.
ECS has always been a brand that aimed at mid-range and budget market sectors, and they did so with quality offerings. Seems like they have kicked it up a notch with an offering of a solid board with all of the essential features. It would be interesting to see a review.
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