How did they get the bubbles in it?
Gigabyte is shipping a new generation of laptops in its AERO series for content creators. The new generation laptops come with 10th Gen Intel Core H-series processors and Nvidia GeForce RTX 20 SUPER graphics.
10th gen Intel Core i7/i9 CPUs and Nvidia RTX 20 Super Mobile GPUs
Gigabyte is yet another laptop maker that has updated its gaming laptops with new hardware, including its Aorus and Aero series. While most of these laptops will be getting new Intel 10th gen Core CPUs, only some are destined for Nvidia RTX 20 Super series GPUs.
Plenty of custom cards from day-one
A couple of Radeon RX 5500 XT graphics cards have leaked ahead of its rumored December 12th launch, suggesting there will be plenty of custom cards available from day-one.
For that matching color scheme
Gigabyte is preparing an all-white RTX 2060 graphics card which will be a part of its Gaming Pro series.
1440p, 144Hz monitor with RGB lighting
Gigabyte has recently teased a rather interesting Aorus gaming monitor at a couple of its social media accounts and it did not take long before it was detailed as the Aorus AD27QD, a 27-inch 1440p monitor that will have some unique features.
Leak suggests that there will be 40 varients
Gigabyte will have at least 40 variants of the GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card according to an Eurasian Economic Commission)product listing.
Keeps all the ports
It appears there is indeed a market for mini-ITX high-end graphics card as after MSI, Gigabyte's Geforce RTX 2070 has been spotted online.
Possibly based on a cut-down GP104 GPU
It appears that Gigabyte could be working on a GTX 1060 graphics card that will be equipped with faster GDDR5X memory and a cut down GP104 GPU, and while other specifications are unknown, faster memory could give the GTX 1060 a fighting chance against the upcoming 12nm Polaris-based Radeon RX 590.
RGB LED is the theme
It was just a matter of time before Nvidia AIC partners started to announce their own custom NVLink bridges for Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 graphics cards, including ASUS, EVGA, and Gigabyte.
Also has dummy modules for extra RGB bling
Gigabyte has decided to expand its product portfolio and go for the memory market with its newest Aorus RGB DDR4 memory.