Biostar has announced the latest addition to their line of mini-ITX family of motherboards, with the introduction of the world’s first mini-ITX motherboards for AMD AM4 platform and the first mini-ITX RGB LED-capable motherboards with AMD X370 and AMD B350 chipsets. Giving a good balance of form and function, the company welcomes the BIOSTAR RACING X370GTN and RACING B350GTN mini-ITX motherboards into the RACING Series family. Both motherboards comes with BIOSTAR 2nd-gen RACING and features like 5050 LED Fun Zone with dual 505 LED header for DIY customization as well as BIOSTAR exclusive VIVID LED DJ with full RGB LED control which allows enthusiast to design their own lighting with precise control.
Both BIOSTAR RACING line motherboards come equipped with Realtek Dragon LAN ethernet solution, with built-in BIOSTAR LAN surge protection. Together with FLY.NET, which can automatically detect the best settings for your bandwidth by prioritizing applications that need it, increase performance and experience when it comes to gaming. BIOSTAR has also partnered with World of Tanks giving you exclusive invite codes for premium gift packs for World of Tanks Asia server players when purchasing these motherboards.
Both motherboards feature four USB3.0 ports, two USB3.1 Gen2 ports with traditional Type-A and Type-C ports. It also comes with legacy support by adding a PS2 port, supporting older devices and multimedia output including HDMI and DVI as well as SPDIF and 5 audio output ports for multi-channel speakers. On the board itself, it has two DDR4 DIMM memory slots supporting up to 32GB of memory, with speeds of 3200MHz to 1866MHz and four SATA3 connector.
The BIOSTAR RACING x370GTN and the RACING B350GTN comes with a MSRP of $129 (RM566.57) and $109 (RM478.73) respectively. A full breakdown of the specifications for both the motherboards can be found at BIOSTAR official website:
BIOSTAR RACING x370GTN: http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/introduction.php?S_ID=879
BIOSTAR RACING B350GTN: http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/introduction.php?S_ID=878