Intriguing indeed. Ferrite chokes, powerpaks, and IR pwm according to the specs available on their page. Not super-alloys and nexfets but it's not bargain-basement d-pak garbage either. I'm looking forward to this board. I've decided to give it a try as Biostar seems to be pushing hard for relevance in the mainstream market once again. I think it will be a pleasant surprise.
That's why I'm not buying into the Titanium or Hero yet. I feel like MSI and ASUS are gauging interest for high-end options with Ryzen and I'm not going to spend more than I have to this early on. I'll revisit it if and when extreme overclocking boards appear.
I'm not saying I expect drastic revisions, but to be fair that is a pic from an LGA board so there might be some differences.