The Z490GTA EVO performs fine at stock speeds, with features comparable to other boards around this price. If you are looking to overclock, however, look elsewhere for now.
For those looking for lots of M.2 support on a budget, the Biostar X570GT8 is easy to recommend. Just note that there’s no Wi-Fi here. And our overclocking experience wasn’t the best.
Biostar’s new B450 board sometimes costs nearly as much as its X470 counterpart. Is stepping down to the lesser chipset worth the savings?
With the industry putting more of an emphasis on smaller form factor chassis and watercooling solutions, does X370 in Mini-ITX finally make sense?
Do a few features added to AMD’s basic reference layout justify the X370GT7’s higher-than-average price?
With six PCIe x16 slots, onboard 256GB SSD, and 10Gb Ethernet, the Biostar Racing Z270GT9 could probably win a value award based on just two of its three features.
Cheaper than Z170 but packed with features, the H170 motherboards try to be "high end on a budget." Today, we compare the ASRock H170M Pro4, Biostar Gaming H170T, Biostar Hi-Fi H170Z3, Gigabyte GA-H170-D3HP, and MSI H170I Pro AC in features and value.
Biostar stretches its portfolio to the high-end with extra features, but does the Gaming 170X retain the competitive price for which the company is famous?