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BIOSTAR Preparing To Launch New "Hi-Fi Mainboard"

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    BIOSTAR is getting ready for the launch of a new Hi-Fi series motherboard, with a brand new outlook design, cutting-edge features and innovative durability enhancements. The board, based on the Intel Z97 chipset will come with key features and BIOSTAR's exclusive Hi-Fi Audio technology.

    BIOSTAR's in-house technology will be evident with features such as Hi-Fi technology, Golden Plated Audio Connectors, 8 Phase Power Design and Super Conductive Heat sinks.

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    In addition, the board will feature new BIOSTAR innovations that improve durability and stability such as Super Rapid Debug3, Super Durable Box Headers, Super Durable Solid Capacitors and Super Durable Ferrite Chokes.
     
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    Looks like Biostar ripped off the new Asus design almost exactly. The shame! Where is the classic Biostar blue?
     
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    Is it just me or does it look like an MSI board and Asus board did the fusion dance and this is what happened?

    Reminds me of the color scheme of a Z97-A from Asus and the Heatsinks of the MSI Gaming board.
     
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    Yeah, this looks like an ASUS series Z97 ripoff,.....
     

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