BIOSTAR to Debut Z77-Based Puro Hi-Fi Motherboards at Computex 2012
BIOSTAR has announced that it will debut its Z77-based BIOSTAR Puro Hi-Fi motherboard series at Computex 2012. They will feature independent audio power design and a built-in amplifier. BIOSTAR claims that this integrated Puro Hi-Fi solution will even appeal to the most demanding audiophiles!
The Puro Hi-Fi solution features "...an integrated independent audio power design and built-in amplifier.". This high-fidelity audio feature will be introduced the company's Intel Z77 Express chipset-based motherboards. Subsequently, it will make its way to BIOSTAR's AMD Socket FM2 motherboards.
One of the design headaches in motherboard manufacturing is when electrical interferences from other electrical components intrude on sound output. Hence, in order to minimize such interferences, high quality audio components with proper shielding should be used. According to BIOSTAR, the Puro Hi-Fi solution features such high-quality components, coupled with a separate power design to reduce electrical noise. Together with its "...noise-blocking multi-layer PCB layout...", the Puro Hi-Fi solution promises to deliver high-fidelity sound with exceptional clarity.
With these claims and promises from BIOSTAR, we are expecting BIOSTAR to use two-ounce copper layers in these boards for better signal transmission. Such a move is in line with other motherboard manufacturers. Stay tune for more updates on these exciting new BIOSTAR Z77 motherboards as Computex 2012 is just round the corner.