Biostar unveils the Racing H170GT3 motherboard

Biostar unveils the Racing H170GT3 motherboard

Biostar has announced a new Intel H170-based motherboard designed for Intel’s latest 14 nm Skylake processors. The board is called Racing H170GT3 and aims to give users some of the best features of the LGA 1151 platform in the popular micro-ATX form factor for a low price.

The new Biostar Racing H170GT3 motherboard measures just 24.4 x 23 cm (W x L) but it offers tons of options and features. The motherboard comes with full support for all Intel LGA 1151 processors, codenamed Skylake, with TDP of up to 95 watts, four DDR4-2133 memory slots for up to 64 GB of RAM memory, two PCI-E 3.0 x16 slots (x16 and x4), two PCI-E 3.0 x1 slots, two SATA 3.0 connectors, one SATA Express connector, support for SATA RAID, built-in Realtek ALC887 8-channel audio, Intel I219V Gigabit Ethernet PHY, four USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 ports, support for PS/2 mice and keyboards and support for SATA Express and M.2. In addition to this the board has VIVID LED DJ and 5050 LED FUN features allowing customizable lighting for gamers who want a color-themed rig. The Biostar Racing H170GT3 motherboard also supports dual-GPU configurations via AMD Crossfire. The board has optimal spacing in-between the PCI-E x16 slots for maximum airflow so both cards can operate in optimal conditions.

The new board by Biostar is now available for MSRP of USD 94.40.

Source: Biostar

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