With all the new motherboards, CPUs, RAM and storage products coming out, it would be odd if the upcoming trade show didn't include a bunch of gaming systems, and it looks like Biostar will have some to show off.
As end users, or some of them, will probably know, June is the month when a certain international trade show will take place.
It is there that all the newest and best hardware components, not to mention full systems, will be put on display or even made available for visitors to play with.Gaming
systems will, naturally, not be in short supply, what with all the IT players eager to oust each other.
Of course, the fact that there are, or will be, a bunch of Intel and AMD CPUs and platforms just waiting to let loose has something to do with it as well.
It is now confirmed
that Biostar will do what it did in previous years, namely go over there and slam a bunch of machines on the table, so to speak.
There isn't too much known about them, except the fact that, by all accounts, there will be both Intel-powered and AMD-based configurations.
By extension, knowing that there are Intel Z68, P67 and H67 motherboards, as well as platform based on the AMD 990FX, 970FX, 970X and A75, it is a given that the number of PCs on show will not be a small one.
All in all, one can expect Biostar, along with all its rivals on the gaming PC market, to put together many combinations of platforms, CPUs, graphics cards, storage devices and memory solutions.
Finally, the company seems to have entered a partnership with Thermaltake meaning that the latter's cases are bound to be what the various configurations will be housed in.
Besides gaming systems, one can be sure that biostar will have products for all-in-one systems and any home entertainment PC.