Biostar company announced these days the first motherboard on the AMD X370 chipset, which is the top in the line for working with Ryzen processors on the AM4 socket. The product received the marketing name Biostar X370GTN and was built using black textolite form factor microATX. It will be released within the framework of the proprietary racing line Racing.
On board the novelty is implemented a 7-phase power subsystem with a set of connectors 24-pin ATX and 4-pin ATX. To install the DDR4-3200 memory slots with a maximum total capacity of up to 32 GB, the manufacturer has provided here two corresponding DIMM slots. Also on the PCB, or rather, almost at its very edge, is the PCI-Express 3.0 x16 connector.
The Biostar X370GTN model received four SATA-III ports, two of which have a direct connection to the socket, and the M.2 slot with NVMe support, which is located on the back of the PCB, also entered the solution. The manufacturer has implemented a total of ten USB ports, including two USB 3.1 (with one type-C) and six USB 3.0.
It reports the presence in the motherboard of the company’s sound Biostar Hi-Fi, as well as a gigabit network based on the controller Realtek DragonLAN. From the video outputs, users will be able to access one DVI and HDMI connector.
It is expected that the model Biostar X370GTN will be available to users at a cost of approximately $150.