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Compare Prices of Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5

Best price for Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 in Malaysia is RM 535.00

You can buy the Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 at the lowest price of RM 535.00 from Lazada which is 35% cheaper than the Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 that is sold by AppAsia at the price of RM 829.00, you can also buy it from Shopee and AppAsia.
Alternatively, the Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 is also sold in Indonesia at Lazada with the price of RM 1,191.00 and Philippines at Galleon with the price of RM 2,349.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of RM 673.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

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

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 4.155.000 MYR 1,191.00
Malaysia MYR 535.00 MYR 535.00
Philippines PHP 31,387.00 MYR 2,349.00
Thailand THB 5,490 MYR 673.00

Specs of Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5

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

Reviews of Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5

pcgamers.net.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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pcgamers.net.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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