Thursday, January 28th 2016

Biostar Announces the Racing H170GT3 Motherboard

BIOSTAR proudly introduces the latest addition to its new flagship gaming series with the BIOSTAR RACING H170GT3. Meeting the needs of gamers' by providing features perfect for an all-around gaming system. Like all BIOSTAR RACING series motherboards, the H170GT3 features improved features dedicated for gaming and entertainment with the RACING H170GT3 focusing on a balance of features and accessibility for light-purpose machines to heavyweight muscle rigs.

The BIOSTAR RACING H170GT3 simplifies decision-making for gamers by providing a platform which can scale with the gamer. Supporting the latest 6th-generation Intel Core processors, the RACING H170GT3 enables gamers to have the latest technology powering their systems for the best experience when they play. Support for high-speed storage via M.2 and SATA Express enables high-speed access to data so games load faster so you can get to the action quicker. Gamers will also be able to show-off their personal style via VIVID LED DJ and 5050 LED FUN features allowing customizable lighting for gamers who want a color-themed rig.
The BIOSTAR RACING H170GT3 supports dual-GPU configuration via AMD Crossfire for upgraders looking to get more FPS in their systems with another AMD Radeon GPU which supports AMD Crossfire technology. The motherboard has optimal spacing in-between the PCI-e X16 slots for maximum airflow so both cards operate at optimal conditions.

With upgraders in mind, BIOSTAR has placed legacy PS/2 ports in the RACING H170GT3 to allow players who prefer legacy peripherals to still use their devices on this motherboard. Support for dual HDMI output and DVI are also available on this motherboard together with plenty of USB3 ports for your high-speed devices.

MSRP: US $94.40. For more information, visit the product page.
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7 Comments on Biostar Announces the Racing H170GT3 Motherboard

Thermaltake fanboy
a budget saver board maybe?
looks interesting ...
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9700 Pro
Oh great, from Gaming to Racing, what next?
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I wonder if changing the color scheme/adding LEDs, then putting some gaming oriented label on a product actually increases sales.

As long as the motherboard does its job without breaking, a gamer couldn't care less about whether a 'gaming' motherboard is in use. What matters is that the CPU/GPU keep up.
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Racing? I'm tempted to do a build in a race car now and sue them when it breaks on fast cornering or something.
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Cool. Nice layout, features for the price.
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TPU addict
Not some thing i would buy, but o why o why those blue caps lol, like they go though all that effort for the looks then add blue caps lol.
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