The back panel has the usual connectors, and a USB Type-C with USB 3.1 Gen 1 support included as well, which is now becoming standard, but handy nonetheless. Above it is a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A in red and two USB DAC-UP 2 below the outdated PS/2 port. Lot’s to get by on, enough modern connections to keep most people happy, and the icing on the cake, a front panel USB Type-C front panel connector.
There are dual BIOS, both 128 Mbit flash modules and as you would expect, UEFI BIOSes. We are using BIOS release F9, which has been updated to F10 on the Gigabyte website as of this article.
Here are a few high-level screenshots of the BIOS, we won’t go into detail on the BIOS, though it’s a gaming motherboard, there are no outstanding features in the BIOS.