Today, Biostar announced a pair of B560 mATX motherboards for Intel’s 10th/11th Gen processors, the B560MX-E PRO and B560MH-E PRO. These business-to-casual use motherboards have remarkably similar features including connectors for two M.2 4.0, four SATA III (6GBs), two PCIe 4.0, as well as WiFi 6. The main difference between the two is the lack of a DVI-D port on the B560MH-E PRO motherboard. Pricing and availability have not been disclosed at the time of this writing so if you’re interested in a light use or business class motherboard, follow the links at the bottom of this press release.
Biostar has just announced two new motherboards in preparation for the upcoming 11th Gen Intel CPUs. The Z590GTA and B560GTQ fall in line with Biostar’s Racing series high-end motherboards designed for overclocking and enthusiast-level performance. The Z590GTA is a full-size ATX board featuring a 14 phase power delivery system and rated for DDR4 5000+ MHz (OC) memory. The B560GTQ motherboard is a micro-ATX format that features a 12 power phase design with a DDR4 memory rating of up to 4000+ MHz (OC). Pricing and availability have not been released as of this writing but we will update you as soon as it becomes available. Here is Biostar’s official press release along with complete specifications.
Among the other announcements from yesterday is from Colorful who offering new Z590 based motherboards, the Vulcan W, VulcanX, Gaming Pro/Frozen and Z590 Battle-Axe boards for the upcoming Rocket Lake CPU from Intel. The new boards include full PCIe 4.0 support (with RL based CPUs), 2.5 GbE and Wi-Fi 6 networking, capable power delivery and more. Keep an eye out for reviews of these boards in the coming months.