Even though the official launch of Intel’s B760 chipset was a couple of months ago, it took a while before we saw any of these new B760 motherboards in stores. It’s the same story for Biostar, which presented the latest motherboards a couple of weeks ago, and they are only just appearing in stores now. One of those motherboards is the B760A-Silver Gaming, a very interesting option for gamers with a lower budget who still wish to jump into the latest technology pool. The motherboard is designed to deliver everything that is the most important and save on additional components, mainly raising the price.
As usual, we will start with a long list of specifications and features.
I would like to thank Biostar for providing the review sample. This is a snippet from what Biostar has to say about themselves on their website:
BIOSTAR has enriched its competence in the design and manufacture of products such as add-on cards, multi-media and system products to develop the market and meet the demands of customers for more integrated solutions. In order to expand its capacity to meet customer demand globally, BIOSTAR was the first to establish a manufacturing facility in China in 1990. In 1998, its sales revenues exceeded US$130 million and it ranked 227th among the top 1000 enterprises in Taiwan. Furthermore,BIOSTAR obtained an ISO 9001 certification in 1999 and became a publicly listed company in the same year. BIOSTAR’s future has limitless possibilities.
Highlights of the Biostar B760A-Silver:
- Supports 12th/ 13th Generation Intel Core™ Processor
- Intel B760 single chip architecture
- Supports 4-DIMM DDR5 up to 128 GB Memory
- Supports PCIe 5.0
- Supports PCIe M.2 4.0 (64Gb/s)
- Supports HDMI 2.1
- Supports 2.5 GbE LAN
- Supports USB 3.2 Gen2 Type C
- Support WiFi 6 & 6E module (No WiFi card included)
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