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TSeries TH67 Plus
Biostar TH67+

LGA1155; Micro-ATX

Expert Reviews thought that on first impressions, Biostar's TH67+ looks like a pretty decent Sandy Bridge motherboard, and it went on to perform well in their tests. However, they were

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More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1143 (3-9 February 2011) This week... H67 Motherboards Mark Pickavance puts the latest Intel Sandy Bridge technology on test, with six motherboards made for the new Socket 1155 processors using the H67 Express chipset. In test: Six H67 motherboards were reviewed and rated on quality and value. … to review

TP 67 XE B3
Biostar TP67XE (B3)

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Overclocking- / Turbo Function

The Biostar TP67XE(B3) is competent and reasonably priced, but according to Bit-tech, that's just not enough to make it stand out from the P67 motherboard crowd. Average looks and below-average …

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TZ 68 A+
Biostar TZ68A+

LGA1155; ATX

Good looks are almost the only thing that the TZ68A+ has going for it, since its lack of Crossfire or SLI support, dearth of I/O connectors, faulty overclocking software and absence of an option to …

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Biostar H55A+
Biostar H55A+

Socket 1156; Micro-ATX

Biostar's H55A+ is thoughtfully laid out and it performed decently in their tests, but Expert Reviews think that although it's cheap, that doesn't mean it's good value for money.

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More information at: Expert Reviews, 4/2011 Biostar H55A+ Biostar’s budget H55A+ ATX motherboard is designed for Intel’s socket LGA1156 Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. At around £70, it’s cheaper than most, but it has a rather sparse set of features, with just one PCI-E x1 slot, two PCI slots and a pair of PCI-E x16 slots. We appreciate the layout of these, though ... … to review

Biostar TA75M+
Biostar TA75M+

Socket FM1; ATX

While Biostar's efforts to cram all the functionality of an ATX board into the microATX-sized TA75M+ are praiseworthy, there are simply too many cons here for Micro Mart to recommend it. …

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Biostar TA890FXE
Biostar TA890FXE

Socket AM3; ATX

Considering the price of the TA890FXE, Expert Reviews were baffled to see that it doesn't include any USB3 ports. Other connections are well catered for, its overclocking and core unlocking

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More information at: Expert Reviews, 8/2010 Biostar TA890FXE Biostar's TA890FXE is one of the most expensive AM3 motherboards that we've seen, so we were expecting a lot from it. It's surprising, then, that it doesn't have a single USB3 port, for use with super-fast external storage. … to review

Biostar TH55XE
Biostar TH55XE

Socket 1156; Micro-ATX

Despite lack of USB ports, with only 4 on offer and no USB 3 or SATA III option, the reviewer notes that the motherboard has a reasonable feature-set, however its performance in testing was

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More information at: Expert Reviews, 8/2010 Biostar TH55XE We've been impressed by the increasingly low prices of LGA1156 motherboards. At just £67, Biostar's TH55XE could easily be paired with an inexpensive Core i3 or i5 processor to build a powerful low-cost computer. … to review

TA870 Plus
Biostar TA870+

Socket AM3; ATX

"... The TA870+ is certainly a good-looking board (we can only hope Biostar keeps this new colour scheme up) and its red & black livery will go well with the latest Radeon video cards, but

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More information at: TrustedReviews, 6/2010 Biostar TA870+ It might not be the biggest name in motherboards, but we've been impressed with Biostar's efforts in the past, such as the Biostar TPower X58A. Now we're looking at the T Series TA870+, an ATX board based on the AMD 870 Northbridge and SB850 Southbridge combo. Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on design, features, performance and value. … to review

Biostar TA890GXE
Biostar TA890GXE

Socket AM3; Micro-ATX; Features: Overclocking- / Turbo Function, Heatpipes

"... it's got some well thought out aspects. It's a fine design, but it doesn't strike the right balance of functional enhancements and price. If I was in the market for a new …

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Biostar TH55B HD
Biostar TH55B HD

Socket 1156; Micro-ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

"... There's no RAID controller to join multiple internal hard disks together for enhanced speed or reliability, but this is forgivable at this price. In addition to the four USB ports,

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More information at: Expert Reviews, 3/2010 Biostar TH55B HD LGA1156 motherboard At just under £70, Biostar's TH55B HD means you can build an LGA1156 PC for little more than an old LGA775-based one. You might appreciate its eye-catching black and red colour scheme if you're fitting it into a case with a transparent side panel. More practical are the power and reset buttons, which are useful for testing the board during installation without having to connect your case's front panel buttons. … to review

 
Biostar TP55
Biostar TP55

Socket 1156; ATX

Although the Biostar TP55 only boasts one PCI Express x16 slot, Computer Shopper point out that most people don't require twin graphics cards anyway, and even though it's the cheapest P55

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More information at: Computer Shopper, 12/2009 Biostar TP55 Intel's powerful Core i5-750 processor was held back by high motherboard price tags upon launch, but now with boards such as MSI's P55M-GD45 and the Biostar TP55 being more affordable, and with processor prices being cut, a chip and motherboard is now available for around £220. … to review

Biostar TA785GE 128M
Biostar TA785GE 128M

Socket AM3, Socket AM2+; Micro-ATX

With support for the AM2+ interface and DDR2 memory, whilst also being compatible for older processors like Athlon X2 and Phenom, the Biostar makes a good choice as a board for upgrading. Enthusiasts …

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TPower X58 v5.x
Biostar TPower X58A

Socket 1366; ATX

Coming in just under £200, Biostar's TPower X58A v5.0 motherboard can be tweaked to substantial degrees but the technical manual tends to be opaque. With a feature-set and connectivity less than …

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TA790GX XE 5.x
Biostar TA790GX XE

Socket AM2+; Micro-ATX

A cheap, small and competent motherboard, the TA790GX XE does have some unusual characteristics including the choice of AM2+ socket which limits compatibility and lowers RAM support to DDR2. Lack of

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More information at: TrustedReviews, 7/2009 Biostar TA790GX XE Using an AMD 790GX chipset with support for Phenom II processors, the Biostar TA790GX XE is more-or-less the 790FX with Radeon HD 3300 graphics giving superb HD video decoding but in the Micro-ATX form factor, with only one PCI Express 2.0 slot and losing CrossFireX. Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features and layout, performance, and value. … to review

Biostar TPower i55
Biostar TPower i55

Socket 1156; ATX

"... Biostar supplies overclocking features in the O.N.E. (Over-Clocking Navigator Setting) section, which has Normal, Auto and Manual options. Auto gives you three choices called V6-, V8- and …

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Biostar Tforce P965 Deluxe
Biostar Tforce P965 Deluxe

Socket 775

"... The TForce P965 Deluxe is a good board that will hopefully only get better with future BIOS releases."

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Product information and further reviews

Biostar TH67+ Expert Reviews 4/2011 - The TH67+ is Biostar’s microATX model in its Intel socket LGA1155 range. It’s fairly well supplied with connectors and expansion slots for its size, with four SATA2 connectors, two SATA3 connectors, a PCI slot, a PCI-E x1 slot and two PCI-E x16 slots, one of which only runs at x4. ...

Biostar H55A+ PC Pro 6/2010 - Intel's LGA 1366 processor socket is the preserve of the firm's most expensive processors, but the LGA 1156 socket accommodates a wider range of Core i3 and Core i5 parts. Combine these cheaper chips with affordable motherboards, such as Biostar's £59 exc VAT H55A+, and you have the makings of a system that’s both powerful and affordable. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features & design, value for money and performance.

Biostar TPower X58A v5.0 TrustedReviews 4/2009 - Designed for the Core i7 chips, Biostar's TPower X58A v5.0 which can be overclocked to impressive degrees is not cheap and in some ways has a rather basic set of features and connectivity. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features and layout, performance, and value. An overall score out of 10 was given.

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