Biostar Releases RACING B150 GTN Mini-ITX Motherboard

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅11.08.2016 21:36:54


BIOSTAR today releases their coolest mini-ITX motherboard, the RACING B150 GTN motherboard under BIOSTAR's RACING series motherboards. The ultra-compact motherboard features a high-performance build perfect for gamers looking into building a small form factor system.

Low-Profile and Feature-Packed

The BIOSTAR's new RACING B150 GTN motherboard promises an aesthetically expressive and powerful that will help gamers achieve the best gaming experience. The RACING B150 GTN supports Intel's latest 6th generation processors as well as the next-gen storage solutions such as the high-speed U.2 storage connection. For aesthetics, BIOSTAR boasts the world's first ever mini-ITX motherboard that offers full RGB LED lighting control with the help of the 5050 LED FUN and VIVID LED DJ. These two LED lighting controls are fully customizable and even expandable. Add additional RGB LED strips compatible with 5050 headers for a full RGB LED lighting on your gaming rig.

The RACING B150 GTN also features a X16 PCIe 3.0 socket which fully supports the latest high-performance graphics cards from NVIDIA and AMD. It also features BIOSTAR's flagship Hi-Fi audio technology for the best audio experience.



Super 5 Design

BIOSTAR's RACING series motherboards uses the Super 5 Design concept to address the demands of both enthusiasts and gamers.

Super Face –RACING design theme for visual appeal
Super Power – powerful hardware design
Super Sound – signature BIOSTAR HI-FI audio experience
Super Fun – unique DIY concept for enthusiasts and modders
Super Easy – User-friendly design and accessible touch control

For more details on the BIOSTAR RACING B150 GTX mini-ITX motherboard, check out the BIOSTAR website.

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