Tuesday, May 4th 2021

GIGABYTE Launches AORUS Model S and Model X Gaming Desktops Powered by Intel 11th Generation Processors

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today presented two gaming systems of Intel Z590 platform with AORUS MODEL X and mini system AORUS MODEL S, which adopt the top-notch components and materials for extreme performance. Enhanced by the strict verification and leading technology, GIGABYTE provides the PC system of premium performance with optimized heat dissipation and acoustic control. The system maintains cool and quiet even under the overclocking, which balance the high performance and low temperature to keep the system acoustic under 40dB without throttling. Furthermore, the three-year warranty of full system offers reassuring and comprehensive service for users.

"When tackling the uplift of PC performance, multi-core, high frequency, and copious storage become a standard to the premium PC platform, as well as how to make the best components matrix to provide the optimized performance with reliability turns into more inevitable." indicated by Eddie Lin, Vice President of the GIGABYTE Channel Solutions. "The new AORUS system is well-tempered by multiple verification and tuning of GIGABYTE's R&D team, which provide a perfect match of cool, quiet, and powerful performance with optimized compatibility, Expandability, and three-year warranty of whole system.
AROUS MODEL X and AROUS MODEL S are both built with Intel 11th gen i9-11900K processors and NVIDIA RTX 3080 VGA cards, while AROUS MODEL X specially equips pre-binned processors and VGA cards with it. Through the best-matching tests, MODEL X gears with DDR4 4400 MHz 8 GB*2 and MODEL S gears with DDR4 4000 MHz 16 GB*2 for the extreme performance within the compact size. The storage of 1 TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSD and 2 TB NVMe M.2 SSD provides more than sufficient storage capacity.

AORUS MODEL X
Your gaming system for extreme performance, overclocking in cool and no throttling
AORUS MODEL X sports 360 liquid cooler and tempered chassis with highly effective thermal dissipation design, which performs lower than 40dB acoustic (as in library) while running 3D Game. The accessional cables are well-settled in the chassis to provide premium scalability, and the thoughtful design of plug-and play SSD further enable a simple expandability without exhausted cable arrangement and screwing. Two options of metallic and transparent side panel offer a distinctive look, and integrated VGA bracket shroud presents a neat and attractive showcase.

AORUS MODEL S
Small but powerful! The quietest mini system with exclusive thermal dissipation technology
AORUS MODEL S boasts exclusive All-in-one thermal design which can significantly improve thermal dissipation by maximizing the usable space on the thermal fin within the chassis. The concealed intake exhibits the optimized heat dissipation with stylish aesthetics. The CPU temperature can be remained in a healthy state under running the 3 A games while controlling the acoustic below 36dB (quieter than the library), which deliver a smooth and stable gaming experience. Featuring a 14L system with powerful thermal dissipation, the quietest operation, and premium performance, AORUS MODEL S becomes the first choice of mini system for gamers.
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13 Comments on GIGABYTE Launches AORUS Model S and Model X Gaming Desktops Powered by Intel 11th Generation Processors

#2
DeathtoGnomes
silentbogoIncoming lawsuit from Elon Musk?
:roll:

I thinking one of the consoles has a model S
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kayjay010101
DeathtoGnomes:roll:

I thinking one of the consoles has a model S
Series S, not Model S. Close, but not quite a Tesla-ripoff.
This is just straight up lifting the names from Tesla.
Not that Tesla's naming is that original, they did have to concede the Model E and go for the Model 3 instead after Ford threatened to sue them. Despite the fact that Ford never actually made a Model E...
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#5
bonehead123
AleksandarKwhich adopt the top-notch components
hummm....

thats a stretch, seeins how there aint no 3090ti/FE/super-duper-extra-platinium-OC-to-da-Max WC'd GPU's in there, let alone any 4TB m.2's, or 1200w psu's hehehe.. :cry:..:eek:..o_O
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#6
voltage
What about Model Y ? oh wait, I get it, they didn't want to launch a Y just yet, it would be too obvious for a lawsuit. :roll:
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#7
Vendor
silentbogoIncoming lawsuit from Elon Musk?
kayjay010101Not that Tesla's naming is that original, they did have to concede the Model E and go for the Model 3 instead after Ford threatened to sue them. Despite the fact that Ford never actually made a Model E...
but doesn't the context of tech matters? i mean one is a car and other is a PC, i can't recall rn but i have seen such things happening before.
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kayjay010101
Vendorbut doesn't the context of tech matters? i mean one is a car and other is a PC, i can't recall rn but i have seen such things happening before.
Yeah, but also no. It depends, like so many things in law. I'm not a lawyer nor am I even qualified to comment on US law, but I would lean towards not using other copyrighted material even if it isn't in the same industry.
I can't go and make a car called an Xbox, for example.
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#9
Vendor
kayjay010101Yeah, but also no. It depends, like so many things in law. I'm not a lawyer nor am I even qualified to comment on US law, but I would lean towards not using other copyrighted material even if it isn't in the same industry.
I can't go and make a car called an Xbox, for example.
well xbox is a brand name but here we are talking about model name of the product
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kayjay010101
Vendorwell xbox is a brand name but here we are talking about model name of the product
Fair enough.
Again, I'm not qualified to talk about US copyright law so I'll cease commenting any further so I can't talk out of my ass.
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#11
Caring1
Vendorwell xbox is a brand name but here we are talking about model name of the product
Try selling a car called Big Mac.
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#12
silentbogo
Vendorbut doesn't the context of tech matters? i mean one is a car and other is a PC, i can't recall rn but i have seen such things happening before.
I was half-joking, but trademark is trademark.
www.gerbenlaw.com/trademarks/cars/tesla/
Caring1Try selling a car called Big Mac.
My dream car? :D
But yeah, something like that.
Just a few months ago I was watching a vid on YT about Eleanor from "Gone in 60 seconds" and how many great replica projects that trademark has ruined (including confiscation of said project).
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DeathtoGnomes
silentbogoI was half-joking, but trademark is trademark.
www.gerbenlaw.com/trademarks/cars/tesla/


My dream car? :D
But yeah, something like that.
Just a few months ago I was watching a vid on YT about Eleanor from "Gone in 60 seconds" and how many great replica projects that trademark has ruined (including confiscation of said project).
I love a good smash and grab.
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