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Wouldn’t it be cool if my PC looked like a car engine? That’s something I have never, ever asked myself, but BIOSTAR has taken the liberty of fusing the two hobbies together with its RACING Z690GTA-V8, a case mod inspired by a V8 engine. Designed in collaboration with Taiwanese case modder Mark is Fabrications, BIOSTAR’s “ultimate racing themed gaming rig” houses a RACING Z690GTA motherboard and all sorts of high-end hardware, including a PowerColor Liquid Devil AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT. Check out the video below to see the RACING Z690GTA-V8’s folding covers in action, which reveal the hardware underneath.

BIOSTAR SHOWCASE THE RACING Z690GTA-V8 OVERDRIVE CASE MOD (BIOSTAR)

BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices today, unveils the V8 overdrive case mod designed in collaboration with famous Taiwanese case-modder Mark is Fabrications.

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BIOSTAR has been actively evolving their brand presence to appease the younger generation throughout the past few years, changing their business strategy with creativity to be more involved and attentive towards the needs and requests of a younger consumer.

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Custom PC cases have been a subject of awe and inspiration for many years. Jaw Dropping and unique, custom case mods inspire thousands of users to personalize their PC cases in many creative ways unlocking a whole new world for personalized computing.

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BIOSTAR proudly showcases the V8 overdrive case mod, designed exclusively to embody the design elements of BIOSTAR is latest RACING Z690GTA motherboard.

With the launch of the new RACING Z690GTA motherboard last December, BIOSTAR invited famous Taiwanese case modder Mark is Fabrications to design a case-mod that showcases the best of BIOSTAR is Z690GTA motherboard and to inspire BIOSTAR is loyal consumers to be creative with their own personal setups.

The design of the case mod, as its name suggests, is made to look like a V8 engine, representing the raw performance and power that BIOSTAR’s RACING series motherboards bring. The outstanding performance and cutting-edge technology of the RACING Z690GTA motherboard make it an exceptional choice for content creators and gamers especially interested in motor racing and looking to build a system themed on their preferred sport.

The V8 overdrive case mod captures the essence of an actual V8 engine, showcasing how users can theme their build with the Z690GTA motherboard incorporating a unique motor-racing Esq taste. This unique piece of art rocks high-end hardware such as an AXRX 6800XT 16GBD6-W2DHC/OC Liquid Devil GPU from PowerColor, Teamgroup XTREEM ARGB WHITE DDR4, 32Gb of RAM on an 8×4 configuration, 1TB of Teamgroup CARDEA Ceramic C440 M.2 PCIe SSD, Seasonic PRIME ULTRA 1000 TITANIU PSU, and a full EKWB custom liquid cooling setup that cools the system components with extreme efficiency.

The V8 overdrive case mod looks like something taken out of a car racing gamer’s wildest dream that anyone would love to have in their possession. BIOSTAR looks to inspire its consumers to be bold and creative to personalize their systems with a personal touch. Share your customized creations with BIOSTAR and inspire others to join this wonderful community of creatives.

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3 comments

  1. If Biostar wants to appeal to younger consumers they need to make inexpensive hardware that performs well and lasts.

    If they do that and do a LITTLE bit on aesthetics they will be golden.
  2. From my brother who's helped build tank trucks, to my mechanic that has a wall of NHRA trophies, and a friend that has an impressive resume of his own, I've been around a lot of racers in my life. At one point a Toyota mechanic I used to go to even had a fender from an Ivan "Ironman" Stewart truck. All that said and I really have a hard time thinking that I'd want this.
  3. I still wouldn't go for it but if BIOSTAR really wanted to tap into something involving racing they'd need to work with auto manufacturers to make a car-shaped one. From street racers (who'd likely go crazy with the RGB) to F1 or NASCAR there's probably a market for it and it would be closer to the bullseye. I still wouldn't want one but it's a thought.

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