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BIOSTAR RACING Series Motherboard Lineup for AMD RYZEN Announced

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    BIOSTAR is proud to announce the newest entry in its RACING Series family of high-performance motherboard with its debut entry for AMD with the BIOSTAR RACING X370 and B350 motherboard line up. Featuring the latest 2nd-generation RACING Series technology, the race to the future has just become more intense with support for the new AMD RYZEN processors.

    True to the legacy of the BIOSTAR RACING series, the new motherboards for the Super 5 concept as well as the BIOSTAR's revolutionary VIVID LED Armor and 5050 LED Fun Zone. In conjunction with this are BIOSTAR's new improvement to component stability and performance with its new feature of Digital Power+ for overclocking and M.2 Cooling Protection. Also debuting with this model is the FLY.NET network performance software that works in tandem with the new DRAGON gaming LAN solution designed for gamers that want absolute network performance without lag when every second counts.

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    RACING X370GT7
    The flagship AM4 motherboard for the AMD RACING Series lineup supporting AMD RYZEN processors, the BIOSTAR RACING X370GT7 features all the best technologies from the RACING Series. Featuring support for AMD Socket AM4 processors and up to the latest DDR4 memory, the X370GT7 is the next-level of AMD platform performance. Exclusive to the BIOSTAR RACING series boards, the X370GT7 features M.2 Cooling Protection for optimal performance of SSDs in the most intense situations.

    The BIOSTAR RACING X370GT7 motherboard will be offered with a special bundle and will come with a BIOSTAR M200 M.2 240GB solid-state drive.

    RACING X370GT5 / RACING B350GT5
    Joining the family of RACING Series boards is the RACING X370GT5 / RACING B350GT5 featuring the stylish VIVID LED Armor as well as the 5050 LED Fun Zone allowing gamers and enthusiasts to fully customize and tailor their rigs for their personal style.

    RACING X370GT3 / RACING B350GT3
    Enjoy premium RACING series entertainment with BIOSTAR RACING X370GT3 / RACING B350GT3 featuring PURO HI-FI technology as well as VIVID LED DJ for your custom lighting. All BIOSTAR RACING Series motherboards feature FLY.Net network optimization software for advanced network management together with BullGuard antivirus for your system protection.

    BIOSTAR RACING 2nd-Gen Series Features
    The full-wave of features from the 2nd-gen BIOSTAR motherboards echo throughout the series with M.2 Cooling Protection for optimal operating conditions for M.2 storage, Lightning Charger for fast charging of your mobile devices so you can get more of your PC instead of tying up the wall outlet. Another feature designed for overclockers is Digital Power+ for stable power delivery and endurance. For added style, all the new motherboards feature VIVID LED DJ support and 5050 LED Fun Zone with dual header for full customization freedom.

    Break limits and enjoy uninhibited speed with BIOSTAR performance features that offer speed that gamers need to dominate their games. These new features will bring a new level of experience for gamers and enthusiasts.

    New Features to Enhance Gaming Performance
    Break limits and enjoy uninhibited speed with BIOSTAR performance features that offer speed that gamers need to dominate their games. These new features will bring a new level of experience for gamers and enthusiasts.

    • M.2 Cooling Protection: BIOSTAR RACING 2nd-generation motherboards will be the first to have an M.2 heatsink that features ultra-high cooling efficiency to protect M.2 devices connected to the onboard M.2 slot and chipset from thermal issues thus expanding M.2 device lifespan for long-term usage and overall stable operation even under high system load.
    • Digital Power+: Perfect for overclockers, Digital Power+ uses IR's digital power controller to bring your PC and processor exceptionally high-performance and ultra-stable operation. BIOSTAR RACING motherboards offer excellent stability and voltage delivery with exceptionally cool operating temperatures maintaining great reliability under load than competing designs.
    • Lightning Charger: The new 2nd-generation BIOSTAR RACING motherboards will be the first to have the new Lightning Charger which helps the battery of enabled devices, including smartphones or tablets, to achieve up to 75% charge in just 30 minutes. It supports QC2.0 (12V/1.5A output), Apple Mode (5V /2.4A) and BC1.2.
    Advanced Gaming Network Optimization
    • FLY.NET: AMD AM4 RACING motherboards come with the new networking solution for gaming: the DRAGON LAN together with FLY.NET bandwidth management software which automatically detects the best settings for your bandwidth, maximizing priority to those that need it the most meaning games will receive a smoother experience with improved lower latencies and an ultra-stable network connection when running multitple software that utilize the network.
    VIVID LED Armor
    The new VIVID LED Armor enhances the Armor protection for the I/O interfaces and electronic audio components without static electricity. It comes integrated with onboard LED lighting for DIY fun. This feature also enhance performance as it keeps the system stable and protected from dust build-up and static interference.

    5050 LED Fun Zone
    The brand-new 5050 LED Fun Zone comes with two 5050 LED headers to bring more colorful lighting options to DIY lovers. This improves upon the original feature allowing for a much more flexible way of adding lights to your system.

    For more information, visit the product pages of the Racing X370GT7, X370GT5, X370GT3, B350GT5, and B350GT3.
     
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    No love for good vrms on b350 ?
     
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    I assume the retail version of the GT7 will have the other half of the CPU cooler mount right.
     
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    Aint it in violation of NDA?
     
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    Which part? NDA is for the performance of the CPU.
     
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    the chipset naming bothers me the most, I mean really X370 and B350? Why not AM4 and AM4+ so we don't get confused with Intel chipset?
     
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    Because that is the name of the socket. This is not unusual except they moved the letter to the front.

    This is actually less confusing from AMD's perspective. Since currently we have AM1 AM2, AM3, and AM3+ sockets with chipsets for the FX series being 700, 800, and 900 series with sub-devisions of 990, 970, 990X, 990FX, 760G, etc. Then the other get an entire array of A55 to A88 with E,T,L,M, blah blah blah.

    AMD has reduced all of that down to 1 socket for all, three letters for class and (for now) four numbers for series.
     
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    Am4 is the CPU socket not the chipset
     

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