Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Ultra Gaming Motherboard Review: Page 3 of 9
Posted by Damon Bailey on Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 9:00am
Packaging & Unboxing
Like many of the Aorus branded products, the Z370 Aorus Ultra Gaming comes in a black box with the Aorus eagle taking up most of the box. The model itself is written mostly in orange lettering.
The rear of the box is quite colorful. Features take up two-thirds of the rear, with a picture of the motherboard taking up most of the rest.
Three edges of the box shows just the model and the Aorus logo.
The last edge shows very basic specs in a multitude of languages.
Opening up the box, we find the motherboard wrapped in an ESD bag and cradled in a cardboard tray.
The tray itself is an origami folded sheet of black cardboard.
Under the tray is all of the documentation and ‘goodies’ included.
Inclusions in the box are pretty basic, but cover all of the bases. You get the manual, rear I/O shield, Driver disk and a few SATA cables. You also get a multilingual Installation guide and Gigabytes ‘G-connector’ that lets you snap all of your front I/O cables into it, and then plug them all into the board in one fell swoop. This is a very handy addition for anyone with a cramped case.