A professional crypto mining motherboard
During the past months, Biostar has unveiled several motherboards and graphics cards for crypto miners. With the TB250-BTC D+, the company unveils a motherboard that looks rather similar to the Colorful CB250A-BTC Plus V20. According to Techpowerup, this might be just a re-brand and an easy way for reach markets that aren't covered by Colorful.
New flagship model
Biostar has unveiled a new flagship motherboard, which is compatible with Intel’s Coffee Lake processors. Like the previous model this one features an entirely black color scheme with gold labels on the PCB. According to the manufacturer, the Racing GT7 should be the right motherboard for gamers, overclockers and content creators.
Compatible with Coffee Lake CPUs
At the moment there is only one picture showing the layout of the Z370 Racing GT7. Like the previous model this one features an entirely black color scheme with gold labels on the PCB. According to the first leaks,Z370 motherboards appear to be very similar to the Z270 models, but besides this Coffee Lake chips won't work on the 7th generation platform.
Based on RX 470
These days, the Bitcoin is experiencing another hype as currently the price for 1BTC is at a whopping $2'638 US. That means the value of one Bitcoin tripled within a very short period of time. As it always is with Bitcoin mining a big hype kicks in when the exchange rate explodes - as it just did. A few weeks ago we have seen rumors about upcoming mining GPUs and well here is a new card from Biostar now.
The first Biostar X299 motherboard
During Computex 2017, one upcoming Biostar X299 motherboard has been pictured by our friends from Guru3D. This time Biostar has unveiled the Racing X299 GT9 which is based on an E-ATX form factor, comes with eight DDR4 DIMM slots and several M.2 slots. Due to the name of this board, we believe that it might be the new flagship model from Biostar.
The first professional crypto mining motherboard
During the past weeks, Biostar has unveiled several AMD AM4 300-series motherboards. Although Biostar only showcased AMD X370 and B350 gaming motherboards, but it looks like they’re also going to release professional products as well. Biostar is one of the first to have an almost entire AM4 lineup and we hope to see more details even from other companies.
X370 and B350 chipset
Biostar has been the first manufacturer to come up with AMD AM4 300-series motherboards. Already a few months ago, during an event they’ve held in Taiwan, Biostar presented details on upcoming mini-ITX models, which are based on AMDs AM4 chipset. Meanwhile, there are finally more details on the Racing X370-GTN and the Racing B350-GTN motherboards.
First mini-ITX model
Biostar has been the first manufacturer to show AMD AM4 300-series motherboards. A few months ago, during an event in Taiwan, Biostar has shown a few details on an upcoming mini-ITX model, that is based on AMD’s AM4 chipset. Meanwhile there are all the details on the Racing X370-GTN motherboard.
Based on the AMD B350 chipset
A few days ago Biostar has unveiled several new AMD AM4 300-series motherboards. Now the company is proud to introduce even more B350 motherboards. Biostar is one of the first to show an almost full AM4 lineup and we hope to see more models from other companies soon as well.
The first mini-ITX model
Biostar has been the first manufacturer to show AMD AM4 300-series motherboards. A few months ago, during an event they’ve hold in Taiwan, Biostar has shown a few details about an upcoming mini-ITX model, that is based on AMDs AM4 chipset. Meanwhile, there are finally some pictures on the Racing X370-GTN motherboard.
On Biostar motherboard
According to latest reports, AMD Ryzen samples have been sent out to reviewers a few days ago. HWBattle has now shown a picture where you can see such a CPU LN2 cooled. Therefore it could be that already at launch day there might be extreme overclocking scores available when the new chips launch.
AM4 X370 motherboards
Biostar has unveiled several AMD AM4 300-series motherboards during an event held in Taiwan. Although Biostar only showcased AMD X370 and B350 motherboards, they will release A320 chipset based products as well. Biostar is one of the first to show an almost entire AM4 lineup and we hope to see more details even from other companies.
More Kaby Lake boards incoming
On their official Facebook page, BIOSTAR have shown a little preview regarding their upcoming next generation Intel Z270 motherboards. At the moment there is only a little teaser which shows a few features of the BIOSTAR Racing series. However, thanks to the GGF Lan Party Facebook page, we also found a picture about from the high-end model, which is part of the same series.
Based on Intel Z170 Express chipset
Biostar has unveiled its newest mini-ITX motherboard that will be a part of its Racing series and offer some high-end features on a mini-ITX form-factor, the Biostar Racing Z170GTN.
With Intel Celeron N3150 on-board
Biostar has announced its latest motherboard based on Intel's Braswell quad-core Celeron N3150 CPU.
Still in engineering sample state
Biostar's upcoming socket LGA1151 motherboard, the Gaming-Z170X, designed for Intel's 6th generation Core Skylake processors, has been pictured in full glory.
Three new AMD FM2+ motherboards
With the launch of AMD's new socket FM2+ Godavari APUs, Biostar has launched three new motherboards that will support these new AMD Godavari APUs, the Biostar Hi-Fi A88W 3D, Hi-Fi A70U3P and the Hi-Fi A68U3P.
Based on Intel B85 chipset
Biostar has unveiled yet another motherboard based on Intel's B85 chipset and aimed to be used with Intel's 4th generation LGA1150 socket CPUs, the Biostar Hi-Fi B85S1 motherboard.
Gaming series based on Intel Z97 Express chipset
Biostar has announced two new gaming motherboards based on Intel's Z97 Express chipset and LGA1150 socket, the flagship GAMING Z97X and the slightly cut-down version of it, the GAMING Z97W.
With GTX 750 Ti
BIOSTAR had abandoned the graphics card market a long time ago, but it seems that the company has decided to come back with the earlier introduced GM107 Maxwell based graphics cards, the GTX 750 Ti.