The board used in my AMD Ryzen Processor with Vega review is the Gigabyte GA-AB350N-Gaming WIFI, you probably have noticed it if you watched my videos closely. 🙂
As a board itself, there’s really nothing to talk about but what I must highlight is the awful placement of EPS12V connector. The SATA and front panel pins are towards the other end of the board too, whether or not it becomes a problem depends on the casing used.
The EPS12V connector is CONFIRMED to be a problem because really Gigabyte, Mini-ITX setup is often space constrained and we really don’t need to have another cable being dragged across an already narrow space.
Now with that done, the Gigabyte GA-AB350N-Gaming WIFI is a pretty neat board overall with many output connectors and of course, 802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi
I’m not a fan of Gigabyte’s UEFI but surprisingly this one turned out quite well, I was able to adjust the settings and overclock the system as needed.
Don’t expect too much from it though, after all it’s a board that’s towards the mid / low end.
The Gigabyte GA-AB350N-Gaming WIFI retails at just around RM 470 which makes it a great value board for Mini-ITX setup, furthermore it comes with Wi-Fi.
The only down side is the possible hiccup during setup due to the awkward location of the EPS12V connector. More details at the official product page.