I don’t think I have been this excited about a motherboard before. From the moment I saw the leaked colorful PCB of this motherboard I have been drooling over it. After all this time we finally get a motherboard that
GIGABYTE recently released a newspress regarding their Z690i Aorus Ultra motherboard. A number of users have been reporting instability and WHEA PCIe errors when using pcie gen 4 graphics cards paired with both DDR4 and DDR5 versions of the board.
Asus made a public annoucement on Facebook saying it identified a flaw on the Z690 Maximus Hero motherboard. As Buildzoid suggested, there a reversed capacitor on the PCB causing damage to the board. Asus is now aware of it and
Photo by Sven Finger on Unisplash Basic Concept A motherboard connects the processor with its random access memory (RAM) throughout different variations of DIMM(Dual Inline Memory Module) topologies. On most consumer motherboards the RAM ICs are located on memory modules