BIOSTAR Introduces the Top 3 Intel Motherboards for 2022

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today introduces its best Intel motherboards, suitable for gaming content creation and casual use in 2022.

BIOSTAR and Intel are an inseparable partnership that has thrived throughout the years, delivering highly efficient motherboard-processor combos that work well in any use case scenario. Today we introduce BIOSTAR’s best 12th Gen Intel motherboards for gaming, content creation, and casual content consumption from their popular 600-SILVER series range.

Robust and resilient, BIOSTAR’s SILVER series motherboards provide the highest value for your money in the market. Built to provide a feature-rich platform for users to assemble their dream systems, the 600 series motherboards from BIOSTAR bring strong durability and leading-edge performance to the user’s desktop. Deriving from BIOSTARs RACING motherboard range, the SILVER series motherboards come in Intel, and AMD variants, designed to satisfy all use cases.

Starting the list strong, BIOSTAR’s SILVER series Z690A-SILVER motherboard is the perfect choice for high-performance gaming systems. Engineered with an efficient 18-phase power design, combining the latest features like PCIe 5.0, WiFi 6E support, and reliable PCIe M.2 4.0, low latency storage technology, the new Z690A-SILVER motherboard carries any gaming rig in style. Combined with Intel 12th generation processors, it excels in AAA single/multiplayer games, streaming, and PCVR gaming experiences. Furthermore, its ATX form factor enables engineering space for a plethora of expansion slots, making it highly scalable for future needs.



Considered the Jack of all trades, the B660M-SILVER (micro-ATX)motherboard brings big buck performance for a fraction of the price. Excellent for casual gaming, content creation, and daily workstations, the B660M-SILVER motherboard provides unparalleled performance compared to its competition. Styled in BIOSTAR’s classic SILVER series DNA, the B660M- SILVER carries fan-favorite RGB Rock Zone features for optimal user customizability. Intel’s 12th gen core i5 processors are the go-to chip among the B660M- SILVER motherboard users primarily due to their insane cost-to-performance ratio. With support for up to 4 x DIMM slots of DDR4 RAM 5000+(O.C) and features like PCIe 5.0 powered by BIOSTAR’s proprietary 12-phase power design, the B660M- SILVER motherboard is built to satisfy all use cases.

Last but not least, the B660T- SILVER mini ITX motherboard is the best choice for small form-factor builds. Extremely popular and trending, Mini ITX builds are sleek, refined, and space-saving. Designed for users who look for efficiency above all else, the new B660T-SILVER Mini ITX motherboard enables users with raw power and stable performance in a compact form factor.

Carrying big-boy specifications like PCIe 5.0, PCIe M.2 4.0, and WiFi 6E, the B660T-SILVER Mini ITX motherboard brings top-shelf performance for gamers, content creators, and home/business workstation setups. Powered with the latest Intel® Alder Lake B660 chipset and designed with a 9-phase power design that delivers highly stable power across all its components using BIOSTAR’s proprietary DIGITAL PWM technology, the new B660T- SILVER motherboard leaves all its competition in the dust.

When run together with Intel’s latest 12Th gen processors and any latest graphics card installed on the PCIe 5.0 16x slot, the B660T- SILVER performs like an awakened beast unleashing maximum performance out of its components with jaw-dropping consistency.

In conclusion, BIOSTAR’s latest 600- SILVER series motherboard range is robust and capable of catering to a wide range of users, they are extremely proficient at extracting maximum performance out of Intel 12th gen processors. With multiple choices for form factor and price range, BIOSTAR’s SILVER series motherboards are a no-brainer choice for that shiny new PC.

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Richard aka PapaShango is from England. He's been interested in computers for about 12 years and more. He's a keen gamer and he's also interested in hardware side of things as well. Richard has been a member of the Funky Kit team since the earlier days of 2004, contributing more than 8,800+ hours to Funky Kit over the course of 8 years! ...