Now that it has been several months since the launch of Intel's Z77 Express chipset, we've seen countless varieties of supporting board products ranging from super-pricey, mega-overclocking products to value orientated boards with just a minimum of features. At the same time though, I've really noticed a huge departure from one brand to the next, although each appears to be delivering the same product. Each brand has its key features and its own specific color-schemes.
Biostar has something completely different this time around with a debut of a whole new product line-up of which I will be covering at least a couple iterations over the coming weeks. The first is, of course, the Biostar Hi-Fi Z77X. That "Hi-Fi" moniker, as the name suggests, stands for some audio specialization in the design, and with Biostar that means that's what the whole board is about. Since Biostar is known for value-oriented products, can Biostar bring decent, built-in audio to the market like some other brands do with their high-end boards?
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