The Z270X-Gaming 7 has two BIOS chips, selectable by two switches at the edge of the motherboard.
Besides that, it has RGB LEDs all over the motherboard. The color of the lights and even a flashing pattern can be set in the setup or using an application that comes with the product.
There is also a display that informs the error code in case of unsuccessful boot, shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7: BIOS select switches and POST display
Other features include the presence of an on/off, reset, and clear CMOS buttons. There are also an ECO button (that enables a low-consumption mode) and an OC key that loads an overclocking setup, and points to measure the voltages.
Figure 8: buttons
In Figure 9, you can see the accessories that come with the Gigabyte Z270X-Gaming 7. Besides the traditional ones, there are velcro straps to menage the cables and two temperature sensors.
Figure 9: accessories