Gigabyte has unveiled their first Ryzen mini ITX motherboard, the GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi, which based on AMD’s B350 chipset and support overclocking. The board will support Ryzen CPUs, 7th generation Bristol Ridge APUs and AMD’s upcoming Ryzen-based Raven Ridge APUs. To power the CPU, this board features a 6-phase VRM design provided by 8-pin with the standard 24-pin power connector.
The GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi only support two dim slots with dual channel DDR4. The board has one PCIe 3.0 x16 slot and a single 32 Gbps M.2 slot on the back of the motherboard. Other connectivity includes 4 SATA 6Gbps connections and front 3.0 USB header. For rear IO, the GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi will sport four USB 3.0 ports, alongside dual USB 3.1 ports, with HDMI, DisplayPort outputs which will be usable with AM4 APUs and an 802.11ac WiFi.
Gigabyte didn’t announce any pricing or availability information, though the board expects to launch next month.