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Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Biostar's new GeForce 9600 GT follows the specifications of the NVIDIA reference design to the letter. Even the cooler is unchanged. This does not have to be a bad thing. The card should be available earlier than any "special" models and also come without a price premium for overclocking you can do yourself.
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Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Are you as excited about the high definition possibilities of a motherboard bound HDMI jack as we are? Good. Have a look at one of the latest boards from Biostar, the TF7150U-M7. This model is a mainstream oriented part, so it's affordable which is a nice bonus. Built on the nVidia Geforce 7150 and nForce 630i chipsets, the Biostar TF150U-M7 supports Front Side Bus speeds to 1333MHz, DDR2-800 RAM, and comes with the usual course of 8-channel audio, a dozen USB, Gigabit LAN, PCI Express x16...
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Monday, December 3, 2007
With the introduction of HDMI pumping graphics cards, the motherboard market has jumped on the band wagon, with many featuring full HDMI output con audio. The abit AN-M2HD with it's GeForce 7050PV and nForce 630a chipset is one such example, but today I have AMD/ATI's reply; the Biostar TA690G AM2. As the name implies, this mATX motherboard uses the AMD 690G with onboard X1250 graphics. Both accept AM2 processors, both have 4 RAM slots and similar connectivity, but which is the choice of the media lover? Lets find out?
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Wednesday, October 31, 2007
We have been given the chance to review Biostar?s new T series board based around the P35 chipset supporting DDR3 memory. P35 has been the real show card for Intel and just about everyone has been jumping on the bandwagon; and who can blame them? DDR2 or DDR3 on the one chipset along with CrossFire certification makes it a real go'er. So sit back and strap into that favourite chair of yours, because here we go again at TweakTown with the Biostar T Series TP35D3-A2 Deluxe.
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Monday, October 29, 2007
The Biostar TP35D3-A7 Deluxe is a full ATX motherboard, based on Intel's P35 chipset, and the more imaginative readers already concluded from the "D3" that this board has DDR3 memory support. Board is a part of Biostar's enthusiastic-oriented T-Series, but does it have it takes to satisfy the needs of the most demanding users?
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Monday, October 22, 2007
Biostar's TP35D2-A7 motherboard is built with Intel's P35 Express and ICH9 chipsets, so with a Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processor it becomes the backbone for a good WindowsXP or Vista PC. If you're not interested in frills you can get the performance of the P35 Express without blowing a lot of money. Yup, performance without spending a fortune.
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Wednesday, October 3, 2007
The latest series to enter the Biostar E Gate family of graphics cards is of course the 8600s from NVIDIA. Their cards have recently become more interesting thanks to the implementation of V-Ranger which is what Biostar name their smart voltage and dynamic clock software. The 8600GTS is already a pretty competitive area so it will be interesting to see if Biostar can do anything that stands out from the pack. Hopefully it's more than just another run of the mill 8600GTS offering.
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Tuesday, October 2, 2007
Standing tall at the top of the mid-range market, today we saw that the 8600GTS was clearly no match for the rest of the graphics processors that I put it up against. We knew the opponents were out-gunned before we even started the testing but I wasn't sure if my 22" 1680x1050 LCD monitor was going to pose a challenge for the Biostar 8600GTS didn't. Every game tested was easily playable at the maximum resolution the monitor could spit out with in-game details turned as high as they would.
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Thursday, September 20, 2007
Biostar, with this TF7050-M2, proposes a low-price motherboard, very versatile and suitable to different usages: for example, in a HTPC or in a PC built for Lan Partys. The layout of this motherboard presents some disadvantages, but the boards is altogether good. It comes with essential accessories, but complete and even the bios is very complete, with a lot of functionalities.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2007
It is very nice to see how active the Biostar company has been lately. To begin with, it releases a board based on a new chipset ahead of its competitors - Biostar TF7050-M2. Now it produces a board suited for a new platform even prior to its official announcement (which is expected soon, though). Fortunately, Socket AM2+ is fully compatible with existing processors. Therefore, users will have no problems with finding parts for this board even now. Support of certain technologies that could be required in the future allows building a more "lasting" computer. For us it is an excellent reason to discuss what the future holds and clarify a few issues.
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Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Biostar is the first manufacturer to put 512 MB of fast GDDR3 memory on a GeForce 8600 GTS card, which usually comes with 256 MB. Since GDDR3 memory is expensive, the card retails for around $50 more than the regular variant. Are 256 MB additional video memory worth the price difference?
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Monday, September 3, 2007
We have taken a rather intense look at the Biostar TP35D3-A7 Deluxe and there have been plenty of highlights along the way. The looks and layout were not the only impressive points. The system performance was easily on par if not better than another P35 DDR2 based motherboard and the hard drive performance was certainly "playing ball" with all contenders. Of course, not all that glistens is gold. The TP35D3-A7 was a bit of a disappointment in the overclocking ring.
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Wednesday, August 22, 2007
The Biostar TP35D3-A7 Deluxe motherboard really shines when it comes to overclocking. Intel's P35 Express is a great overclocking chipset and the Biostar board was able to reach an incredible 512 MHz FSB! Just imagine the overclocking possibilities with a board like this and a screamer like the 1333MHz FSB Intel Core 2 Duo E6750!
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Wednesday, August 8, 2007
At the end of the day, for 45 this board is inexpensive as opposed to cheap. It's a quality product with a lot going for it, even though it doesn't have the full package and some socket placements are a bit iffy. If you can live with just 720p or 1080i (providing you aren't using an LCD HDTV with the latter) then it can play back both HD DVD and Blu-ray discs as long as you're willing to shell out for the expensive player on top. The MSI K9AGM2 is more stable and does the fundamental job just as well, but the Biostar TF7050-M2 has a few more features here and there but only lasted the eight hours under serious load. The real kicker is Nvidia's driver limitation on 1080p support, regardless of attempted playback or even overclocking the IGP.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2007
The videocard itself was plain jane, but it's Sigma-Gate overclocking software was very unique. Arguably the most versatile videocard overclocking utility from a vendor, Biostar's Sigma-Gate and V-Ranger software allowed us to push that videocard to its max. Literally. The key to our overclocking Zen was adjustable GPU and memory voltage options. Sadly, Biostar's V-Ranger software only works with its Sigma-Gate videocards. Don't forget to check out the maximum videocard overclocking chart at the end, it's got to be the coolest page on the web!
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