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BIOSTAR announces new RACING series AM4 motherboards

BIOSTAR is expanding its AMD Ryzen motherboard lineup with the introduction of new RACING B350GT3 and RACING B350ET2 motherboards. These new micro-ATX motherboards have been designed to deliver the perfect balance of cost and performance, supporting AM4 socket processors including AMD Ryzen.

Both the RACING B350GT3 and RACING B350ET2 motherboards feature LED visual effects with various customization options that can be tuned using the VIVID LED DJ utility. The two boards come with two 5050 LED headers that unlock more lighting options for DIY lovers.

The B350GT3 comes with DRAGON LAN with FLY.NET bandwidth management software that detects the best settings for your bandwidth automatically, to ensure lower latency and an ultra-stable network connection when running multiple softwares. It also features dual BIOS protection, allowing users to manually select between two BIOS, with each BIOS chip being independent from each other.

The B350ET3 on the other hand features great audio with USB Music Power, targeted at iCafe owners who want to use LED-equipped gaming headphones from the USB port. It also offers a 1.5V USB charger functionality and SATA POWER characteristics.

Both the boards support the latest AMD Ryzen 8-core processors and up to DDR4-2677 memory. They also utilize 100% solid capacitors and Hi-Fi audio for a great listening experience.

Priced at $109, the RACING B350GT3 will be bundled with a VIVID LED fan and World of Tanks premium gifts (exclusive for Asia server). The RACING B350ET2 on the other hand will carry a $79 MSRP and come bundled with World of Tanks premium gifts (exclusive for Asia server).

Via: TechPowerUp

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