Monday, August 16th 2021

BIOSTAR Announces Z590A-SILVER Motherboard

BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices today, unveils the brand new Z590A-SILVER motherboard. Designed to support Intel's 10th/11th Generation Intel Core Processors and High-end graphics cards, the new Z590A-SILVER motherboard is highly versatile. Powered by Intel's Z590 single-chip architecture this new motherboard is highly efficient and robust in any use case.

Modern features like PCIe 4.0 and PCIe M.2 4.0 and other cutting-edge functionality add up to a great platform tailor-made for gaming and content creation. With the support of up to 128 GB of DDR4 memory across 4 DIMM slots and an overclocking capability of up to 5000+(OC) MHz, the Z590A-SILVER motherboard can handle all high-intensive tasks thrown at it.
Backed by BIOSTAR's proprietary Digital PWM technology and the 14 Phase power design, the new Z590A-SILVER motherboard is safe and long-lasting, capable of supporting the best hardware with ease.

The Z590A-SILVER packs all the essentials in its rear I/O panel. Designed with 8 USB ports consisting of 3x USB 3.2 (Gen1) Ports, 2x USB 3.2 (Gen 2) Ports, 2x USB 2.0 Ports and a single USB 3.2 (Gen 2x2) Type-C Port. Furthermore, a single 1x PS/2 Keyboard / Mouse Port provides extra connectivity to connect an older device into the system.

Additionally, 2x WiFi Antenna ports that support WiFi 6 and a single LAN port powered by Realtek RTL8125B chipset are readily available for faster internet connectivity.

For video output, the motherboard comes with a single DVI-D port, a single DP-Out port in addition to an HDMI 2.0 port capable of supporting up to 4k vivid crystal-clear images. Three powerful audio ports controlled by the ALC1220 chipset provide an immersive audio-visual experience with 7.1 Channels, High-Definition Audio output.

BIOSTAR's globally renowned product quality carries on with their new Z590A-SILVER motherboard. Engineered with the best features and functionality, this new motherboard brings Reliability, performance, and cutting-edge technology into the hands of consumers making it the best choice for any business or casual use.
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8 Comments on BIOSTAR Announces Z590A-SILVER Motherboard

#1
Dammeron
What's the point of DVI/D-Sub outputs on expensive MBs?

If someone has enough cash to buy Z590 board, then they surely already have a display with HDMI/DP.
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#2
maxfly
Biostar sure doesn't do themselves any favors in the looks department do they?
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Chrispy_
DammeronWhat's the point of DVI/D-Sub outputs on expensive MBs?

If someone has enough cash to buy Z590 board, then they surely already have a display with HDMI/DP.
It does also come with HDMI, DP, Thunderbolt over USB-C

I agree it's a bit archaic but DVI/D-Sub is useful for KVMs and other display devices; Not everything is a monitor/TV and most high-end graphics cards don't have DVI outputs (and even if they do, they don't support D-Sub either). It's therefore refreshing to see that on the board.
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#4
Operandi
maxflyBiostar sure doesn't do themselves any favors in the looks department do they?
Neutral color scheme and clean graphics, whats the problem?

Looks is probably the only thing going in their favor.
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maxfly
OperandiNeutral color scheme and clean graphics, whats the problem?

Looks is probably the only thing going in their favor.
The goofy giant heatsink, the lack of a io plate. Is it silver or white? I cant tell...Even if i blacked out the rig, Id have to rattle can the sinks to hide it. Just not my cup o tea.
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Chrispy_
maxflyBiostar sure doesn't do themselves any favors in the looks department do they?
maxflyThe goofy giant heatsink, the lack of a io plate. Is it silver or white? I cant tell...Even if i blacked out the rig, Id have to rattle can the sinks to hide it. Just not my cup o tea.
It's exactly as ugly as the other three most popular boards at this price point, all lacking an IO plate, hard to tell if they're silver or white, and covered in pointless, ugly off-angle slashes and stripes.

Asus/Asrock/Gigabyte:




I'm sure everyone knows how much I hate Asian design language by this point, but it seems hard to criticise Biostar when they're doing what everyone else is doing.
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maxfly
I feel the same about them all. Take em apart and rattle can em otherwise bleh.
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