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Gigabyte - GA-AX370-Gaming K7 ATX AM4 Motherboard

( 4.6 Average / 5 Ratings )




Part #

GA-AX370-Gaming K7



Form Factor


CPU Socket



AMD X370

Memory Slots

4 x 288-pin DIMM

Memory Type

DDR4-2133 / 2400 / 2666 / 2933 / 3200 / 3400 / 3600

Maximum Supported Memory


RAID Support


Onboard Video

Depends on CPU

CrossFire Support


SLI Support


SATA 6 Gb/s


SATA Express




Onboard Ethernet

1 x 10/100/1000 Mbps

Onboard USB 3.0 Header(s)


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mined_diamond02 18 points 7 months ago
from completed build Overkill? What's that?

Another such thing; I got the CPU right March 2nd, the mobo however... different story... it arrived on april 1st. Other than that it's great, looks amazing, works flawlessly (even the RAM runs at 2933 with F3b BIOS) and it of course has a ton of RGB lighting - what else...

adrian209x 14 points 5 months ago
from completed build High End Gaming and Editing Build

Looks great and after the new beta BIOS with the Agesa microcode my memory was able to reach stable 3200MHz. Higher than that and it wouldn't boot but I am positive that will be sorted out.

RadicalVision 12 points 4 months ago
from completed build AM4 Unlimited Power

The most completed mobo for AM4 socket it have tons of features for not so much money, dual bios, dual lan, dual audio, dual USB, many RGB lights, great quality even the box feels so premium. I see it way better then the offering from asus ROG Crosshair that have only a slight better OC, and not much futures, and higher price... One star less because of the poor/small VRM heatsink, and no pipe there, a fan there is the fix.

gbyakko 20 points 13 days ago
from completed build Nine Breaker

I am growing to like this board more and more. It has a plethora of features and slots. The BIOS is pretty easy to understand , dual bios is nice (as I crashed my main BIOS by accidentally messing up my overclock), and the LED's are much nicer than I had originally anticipated. The error code at the bottom is quite helpful though some codes aren't particularly helpful in pinpointing issues. The included audio is pretty great. There is no on-board Wifi, but it's alright considering everything else the board does have. The fan headers are all hybrid which is also a plus for PWM fan set-ups. I would appreciate it if the RGB Fusion program did a better job of controlling the LEDs however. I thought I would be able to control specific LEDs via the program, but everything changes at once regardless of what I select.

Daemonicus819 13 points 5 days ago
from completed build Vacuity

What to say? It's Gigabyte's biggest and best AM4 board out there at the moment. The K5 is the better value for certain, but the K7 has all the bells and whistles. I think it's also the best looking AM4 board. I would have liked to have another USB2 header since there are only two, but as anyone who has had any past experience with Gigabyte probably knows, two is gigabyte's favorite number. Dual BIOS, two audio codecs, two headphone amps, both Killer E2500 and Intel Gigabit LAN, two USB 3.0 headers...for some reason.... The post code display is a great addition, as are the LED's in the DIMM slots. Everything plugs in where you expect it to, allowing for a clean build. As to my knowlege, this is also the only X370 board that allows you to adjust the BCLK. Plus the traditional Gigabyte ultra-durable build quality of the last few years.

All this good takes a smack from Gigabyte themselves. After owning three Gigabyte motherboards (990FX, B350, and X370) i've come to the conclusion that Gigabyte is trash at making software. The board's RGB looks great, but the software lets it down so hard it's frustrating. Changes to color in the software do not take effect until restart, trying to adjust the brightness on my RAM's LED's leads to an instant crash. To get around this I have downloaded Corsair's LINK software. BIOS updates are slow to come as well.

A fantastic board, but it's hampered by Gigabyte's inability to compete with ASUS's RGB software and MSI's mytic light.