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BIOSTAR H110M-BTC Releases the First Micro-ATX Intel H110 Chipset Motherboard

Published: Sep 08,2017

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BIOSTAR releases the H110M-BTC, the first Intel H110 chipset micro ATX motherboard dedicated for crypto mining systems. With 6 x PCI-E native support (1 x PCI-E x16 3.0, 5 x PCI-E x1 2.0) onto the H110M-BTC, The H110M-BTC also supports 7th generation Intel Core processors, 2-DIMM DDR4-2400/ 2133/ 1866 up to 32GB, HDMI and USB 3.0.

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The BIOSTAR H110M-BTC is built from the ground up for mining, be eliminating features that are not enhanced for mining performance. It focuses on providing a high return on investment in making sure there is native support for up to 6 X PCI-E.

The 4-pin 12V AUX power connector ensures enough power to keep up to 6 graphics card running stable. And it has 100% solid capacitors making the motherboard extremely durable. The monitor output supports HDMI KVM for easy management of multi-mining setups or D-Sub KVM for more conventional multi-monitor setups.

The BIOSTAR H110M-BTC is fast with PCI-E Gen 3.0 that reaches up to 8GT/s bit rate to ensure the VGA connectivity is at its max. With USB 3.0, connect to peripherals without losing a step at transfers of 5 Gbps.

Moisture-proof PCB, which improves the permability of the BIOSTAR H110M-BTC, one of the reasons for resistance to damp conditions. In addition, the Low RdsOn P-Pak MOS reduces energy loss with low temperature, small size and excellent thermal conductivity.

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