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Default Gigabyte's X170 and X150-series mobos offer ECC DDR4 support

Gigabyte recently released a few motherboards based on the Intel C232 and C236 chipsets, and today the company added a new ingredient to that formula: ECC DDR4 support. This new recipe comes baked into the X170-Extreme ECC, X150-PRO ECC, and X150M-PRO ECC motherboards.

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