BIOSTAR's Latest Mining Motherboard Goes All-Out With 11 PCIe 3.0 x1 Slots

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅28.03.2022 08:14:51


28th of March 2022 Taipei, Taiwan - BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices today, announces the latest TB560-BTC PRO mining motherboard.

Designed to support Intel's 10th/11th generation processors in the LGA1200 package, the new TB560-BTC PRO mining motherboard brings outstanding utility to your next mining station.

Capable of supporting upto 12 graphic cards, the TB560-BTC PRO motherboard carries 11 PCIe 3.0 x1 Slots designed to extract the best performance out of modern-day graphic cards used in mining operations. Additionally, it also carries a faster PCIe 4.0 x16 Slot that users can utilize the maximum performance from a single GPU assisted by Intel's 11th Generation Core™ processors performing at the highest level at relative ease.

GPU-driven crypto-mining is at an all-time high, with more new systems added to the blockchain each day. BIOSTAR looks to cater to these entrepreneurs with the best hardware in the business at excitingly competitive price points.

Functional to its core, the new TB560-BTC PRO mining motherboard is robust, focused on extracting the highest performance out of its components. Complemented by two DDR4 Dual Channel RAM slots capable of supporting up to 2933Mhz clock speeds, Realtek RTL8111E LAN chipset, and ample storage options that include a single M.2 (M Key), the TB560-BTC PRO excels at any high-load tasks thrown at it.

Complementary to its full-ATX form factor, the TB560-BTC PRO motherboard comes with a standard rear I/O panel packed with all the essential ports significant for a mining operation or a DIYPC.

It packs a single PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Port for users looking to plug in traditional peripheral devices, ample USB ports that include 4 USB 3.2 Gen1 ports, and 2 USB 2.0 ports.

An HDMI 1.4 port and a single VGA out port provide crisp, crystal-clear image quality. Paired with three high-end audio output ports powered by Realtek®ALC897 chipset, the TB560-BTC PRO motherboard becomes a highly viable candidate for that next-level HTPC system with a jaw-dropping audio-video experience.

Specification Summary (see product page for full details)

Chipset:- Intel B560
CPU SUPPORT:- Support for 11th/10th Generation Intel Core™ i9/ i7/ i5/ i3 processors and Intel Pentium processors/ Intel Celeron processors in the LGA1200 package

- Supports Dual Channel DDR4 -1866/ 2133/ 2400/ 2666/2800/2933
- 2 x DDR4 DIMM Memory Slot, Max. Supports up to 64 GB Memory

- 4 x SATA III Connector (6Gb/s)
- 1 x M.2 (M Key) Socket:

- 10/ 100/ 1000 Mb/s auto negotiation, Half / Full duplex capability

- 6 x USB 3.2 (Gen1) port (4 on rear I/Os and 2 via internal header)
- 6 x USB 2.0 port (2 on rear I/Os and 4 via internal header)

- 11 x PCIe 3.0 x1 Slot
- 1 x PCIe 4.0 x16 Slot (x16 mode) (Supports PCIE Gen4 on 11th Generation Intel Core™ only)

- 1 x PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Port
- 1 x HDMI Port
- 1 x VGA Port
- 4 x USB 3.2 (Gen1) Port
- 2 x USB 2.0 Port
- 1 x LAN port
- 3 x Audio Jack

- 4 x SATA III Connector (6Gb/s)
- 2 x USB 2.0 Header (each header supports 4 USB 2.0 ports)
- 1 x 8-Pin Power Connector
- 2 x 24-Pin Power Connector
- 1 x CPU Fan Connector
- 2 x System Fan Connector
- 1 x Front Panel Header
- 1 x Front Audio Header
- 1 x Clear CMOS Header
- 1 x COM Port Header

DIMENSION:- 30.48cm x 21.0cm ( W x L ) (ATX Form Factor)

In conclusion, the new TB560-BTC PRO motherboard from BIOSTAR brings outstanding utility with a solid price tag that lets Crypto-mining enthusiasts and professional crypto mining businesses alike extract maximum worth for their money. BIOSTAR promises exceptional product quality and durability throughout the product lifecycle with globally renowned customer after sale support.

More info on the TB560­­-BTC PRO can be found at

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