Reviews Gigabyte Z370N-WiFi Review

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  1. bit-tech

    bit-tech Supreme Overlord Staff Administrator

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  2. Neutronman

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    Good read. I looked through the documentation and see that MCE can be enabled in the bios on this motherboard. Does MCE work with non K model cpu's like the core i7 8700? Or just the K version? It would be fun to be able to enable this on an 8700 and run all cores at max turbo boost of 4.6ghz instead of 4.3ghz......
     
  3. jrs77

    jrs77 theorycrafting

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    The M.2 slot configuration is very odd indeed. It really would've made much more sense to have the SATA M.2 on the back.

    I'm really thinking about building a new USFF-workstation with one of those, using two M.2 drives and a picoPSU.
     
  4. TheMadDutchDude

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    It's still good for NVMe, though... as far as I'm aware.
     
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    Is the wifi card replaceable? I have to change it to make it compatible with the os, whatever my reason is :)
     
  6. Anfield

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    Nope, not physically removable.
     
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    Thanks for the reply Andfield, I know it is in the protective metal shied, wondering if I removed it (there are 2 screws below), inside it, is it a removable card or soldered?
     
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