Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 Price in Philippines & Specs

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Cheapest Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 Price in Philippines is ₱ 35,732.00

The Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 price in Philippines is ₱ 35,732.00 from Lazada. Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 price details are updated November 2018.

Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 2.800.000 ₱ 10,020.00
Malaysia MYR 535.00 ₱ 6,764.00
Philippines PHP 35,732.00 ₱ 35,732.00
Singapore SGD 974.50 ₱ 37,468.00
Thailand THB 5,490 ₱ 8,833.00

Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelGA-Z170N-Gaming 5
DateSep 2015

Reviews of Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5

thepcenthusiast.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-07
Small form factor builders are in for a treat as Gigabyte got you covered with their latest GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 motherboard. Today we are going to review the Gigabyte Z170N-Gaming 5 mini ITX motherboard. Despite its small footprint, this ITX gaming motherbo...
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pctechreviews.com.au
Reviewed on 2018-05-05
Feature rich with a well implemented audio solution, Easy to use BIOS, Build quality improvements on what was a very solid predecessor, Good overclocking capability, M.2 SSD slot underneath the board, Intuitive and functional software utilities
Orientation of the side SATA/SATA Express slots may be an issue for some cases, The placement of the internal USB 3 header is central and close to the CPU socket
Gigabyte impressed us with their previous Z97N Gaming 5 ITX board and we were very keen to check out the Z170 version because there wasn't much room for improvement. Did their Z170N Gaming 5 hit the mark? Read on to find out.When I think of mini ITX gamin...
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pctechreviews.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-05-15
Feature rich with a well implemented audio solution, Easy to use BIOS, Build quality improvements on what was a very solid predecessor, Good overclocking capability, M.2 SSD slot underneath the board, Intuitive and functional software utilities
Orientation of the side SATA/SATA Express slots may be an issue for some cases, The placement of the internal USB 3 header is central and close to the CPU socket
Gigabyte impressed us with their previous Z97N Gaming 5 ITX board and we were very keen to check out the Z170 version because there wasn't much room for improvement. Did their Z170N Gaming 5 hit the mark? Read on to find out.When I think of mini ITX gamin...
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apcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-13
Mini-ITX boards are the smallest (170mm x 170mm), but often have to make some sacrifices, such as only a single PCIe x16 port. micro-ATX (mATX) boards are significantly bigger (244mm x 244mm), and can often be found for very affordable prices. Connectivi...
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lanoc.org
Reviewed on 2016-02-27
With companies finding ways to pack more and more features into Mini-ITX motherboards the small form factor market has flourished over the past few years. We are finally seeing a lot of people running smaller builds at events as LAN rigs and the idea of a...
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thinkcomputers.org
Reviewed on 2016-01-21
Killer E2200 WiFi, Dedicated audio and Sound Blaster X-Fi MB3 software suite, PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 slot, USB 3.1, 802.11ac WiFi, Good overclocking
None that I found
The mini-ITX form factor is becoming extremely popular with gamers who will be using a single graphics card because it allows them to build a system with premium components that is small and easy enough to take with them to LAN parties or other events. Th...
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silentpcreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-17
The Gigabyte Z170N-Gaming 5 and Z170N-WIFI take a decidedly more pragmatic approach. Though based on the same Z170 chipset and mini-ITX form factor, they're more barebones, offering little in the way of extras and premium features. Priced at about US$150...
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aphnetworks.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-22
When I first built a computer, I asked Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Kwan what size of motherboard I should be going for. As this would be for my daily driver, and initially my test machine, he suggested I get a standard ATX. This would mean better options for...
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