Tuesday, March 1st 2016

BIOSTAR Takes to the Tracks to Launch New Motherboard Series

BIOSTAR recently concluded its first regional event for the official launch of its latest motherboard lineup: the BIOSTAR RACING motherboard series. BIOSTAR recently held a gathering to introduce its new lineup to Thai media and staying true to the RACING series tradition, the event was kicked-off with a racing challenge to the participants at the Easy Kart circuit. After a post-race celebration and awarding for the faster lap times, participants were introduced to the all-new BIOSTAR RACING series motherboards as well as the PRO series entry, the BIOSTAR H110 MD PRO and A68 MD PRO motherboards.

Attendees were given the chance to experience BIOSTAR products first-hand and experience the features of the BIOSTAR RACING series including the VIVID LED DJ which allows lighting customization of the onboard LEDs on the RACING series motherboards. On display were the available models of the BIOSTAR RACING series which includes the flagship RACING Z170GT7, the RACING B150GT5 and RACING H170GT3. All of which features the new Super 5 design of the BIOSTAR RACING series offering users a new level of quality and features from BIOSTAR.
Popular Southeast Asian journalists attended BIOSTAR media conference and have shown positive reception on the new BIOSTAR RACING Series products. The attending media have shown great interest in the new lineup and enthusiastically tried out the demo products once presented.

The event also serves as a celebration for BIOSTAR's 30 years in the industry. This milestone serves as a testament to BIOSTAR's long-standing commitment to its users to deliver cost-effective solutions to satisfy and exceed expectations. The company was founded 30 years ago by Eric Wang and Paul Wang and now steers the company into a future where they intend to become globally recognized brand, focusing on quality and performance.
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7 Comments on BIOSTAR Takes to the Tracks to Launch New Motherboard Series

#1
EzioAs
I...kinda like it.
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#2
Sempron Guy
srp? And any news on their HyperOC feature which allows overclocking on non-k cpus. It was announced last dec. and no news since then.
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#3
Caring1
Kind of following MSI with their Carbon Z170 series. Customizable leds etc.
The GT7 looks nice.
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#4
AsRock
TPU addict
Sempron Guy said:
srp? And any news on their HyperOC feature which allows overclocking on non-k cpus. It was announced last dec. and no news since then.
Intel are giving out fixes to manufacturers to stop that ability, so think that shit is coming to a end.
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#5
Sempron Guy
Shame. I just won a GT7 from a biostar raffle event and I was planning to pair it with a non-k skylake see how far I can play with it cooled with a decent aio. Guess I'll just have to set it aside as I have no plans building a skylake build as a main rig.
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#7
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Those are different. I wonder how the clock and hope and pray the tpowers come back
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