The processing of the mainboard is first-class and the design is really well done in our eyes. There is basically nothing to complain about in terms of equipment either. Biostar has packed pretty much everything on the mainboard that is currently possible. In terms of overclocking skills, the Z690 Valkyrie leaves absolutely nothing to be desired, since almost everything can be modified.

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BIOSTAR J4105NHU – Hardware-Inside

Biostar sent us another board with a soldered CPU, the Biostar J4105NHU. This is a Mini-ITX mainboard with an energy-saving Intel Celeron J4105 (4K/4T), which clocks at a clock frequency of 1.5 GHz to 2.5 GHz. The Biostar J4105NHU is not aimed at gamers, but it should be a good choice for a very compact and energy-saving multimedia or living room PC. You can find out in our test whether the Biostar J4105NHU meets these expectations and what else it offers.

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The motherboard we are looking at today is the BIOSTAR Racing Z690 GTA (Z690GTA Ver. 5.0) Socket 1700 motherboard. It is a DDR4, LGA 1700 motherboard based on Intel’s Z690 chipset. Given the transitional nature of the chipset, you can get some motherboards with either DDR4 or DDR5 support. However, none of the boards we’ve seen that have variants supporting either memory technology do so at the same time, meaning you have to buy the version you want and you are stuck with it.

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Such features includes the now standard PCIe 4.0 support for both expansion and storage devices, support for the AMD Ryzen 5000 series CPUs and high frequency DDR4 memory kits. Now notable in-house features includes a dedicated row of LED headers, surge protected 2.5GbE LAN, auto overclocking and support for an additional M.2 2230 Wi-Fi card.

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BIOSTAR B660MX-E PRO – Vmodtech

The motherboard in BIOSTAR B660MX-E PRO is supported by DDR4 RAM, it has 4 working slots and has heatsinks for cooling the power supply on both sides, making it compatible with top-of-the-line CPUs. relax That’s it, including a PCIe M.2 4.0 64Gb/s slot that can be used as a powerful M.2 support (Non Pro models only support 32Gb/s). The design is also designed for general use. The same deep black tone as in the previous version, the difference is as I mentioned above. It has all the necessary features to use. Importantly, this version supports WiFi 6 & 6E comes with me.

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The Z690A Valkyrie from BIOSTAR has impressed us in terms of performance, even when running with the memory at a lower speed of 3600MHz. The UEFI BIOS is well optimized and we can obtain good results with top CPUs from Intel’s Alder Lake generation, while the VRM hardware implementation with 20 phases ensures and a beefy cooling system will keep the temperatures at bay, even while overclocking. The connectivity options are top-notch and besides a lot of USBs on the I/O, we can install more thanks to the internal headers, up to 4 M.2 SSDs and also slower drives such as HDDs or 2.5’’ via the eight SATA ports.

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On the other hand, in the “B660 GTQ”, which is positioned in the middle range of the Intel B660 chipset, a powerful 12-phase power supply circuit by “70A Dr.MOS”, which is the highest class in the same price In addition, the memory slot is equipped with four DDR4 slots that can be expanded up to 128GB. In addition, the memory slot is equipped with a large 2-block configuration Equipped with a heat sink as standard equipment .

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BIOSTAR Racing B660GTA – FunkyKit

After the successful launch of Z690 based motherboards last year (Q4 2021), Intel have now released their lower-end 600-series with B660, H610, and H670 chipsets. The B660 chipset is dedicated to gamers who don’t need special controllers or additional PCIe lanes, but still want to enjoy the new platform and its improved features. For most users, the difference between the B660 chipset and the Z690 won’t be significant, while for sure B660 motherboards will be much cheaper.

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BIOSTAR B660MX-E – Vmodtech

Biostar sent us a motherboard for testing, the model BIOSTAR B660MX-E.Which is a motherboard in the MX Series in the M-ATX size, medium size, small model that is affordable, focusing on value for money, designed to focus on general use, perfectly compatible with Intel 12th Gen CPUs. The motherboard in this BIOSTAR B660MX-E model supports DDR4 RAM. Emphasis on ease of use, complete with all the necessary features. Most importantly, this model supports WiFi 6 & 6E as well. really not common

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BIOSTAR Racing Z690GTA – [M]adShrimps

The Racing Z690GTA mainstream motherboard for Intel’s Alder Lake generation does feature a catchy color scheme and is very well equipped in terms of interfaces. The BIOS is easy to configure/understand and has support for high-speed RAM as well (32GB kits should work fine till 4200MHz at least, while with 16GB you might get lucky and run at 4600MHz as well). The top VRM heatsink is complimented with two small fans in order to keep temps in check which can get loud at times, but their fan curve can be customized as well via UEFI or the Windows application.

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