Monday, April 21st 2014

Biostar Announces A68N-5000 Fanless Motherboard

BIOSTAR, manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, industrial computing systems and peripherals, has officially launched the latest edition to the CPU On-Board motherboard lineup, the "A68N-5000." The A68N-5000 uses the AMD A4-5000 which is a 4 core CPU with a clock speed of 1.5 GHz with an integrated Radeon HD 8330 GPU that supports DX11.1 and HDMI, a single channel DDR3(L)-1600 memory controller as well as the Southbridge with various I/O- ports. The system runs cool and quiet with heat sinks instead of fans, this reduces noise and also dust buildup as well as cuts down on power costs.

The board features the latest BIOSTAR technologies such as BIOS Flasher and BIOS Online Update for easy updating and restoration of the BIOS, as well as BIO-Remote2 for remote control of the system via Android and Apple devices.

The A68N-5000 also has BIOSTAR BIOS features such as UEFI BIOS which is a modern and easy-to-use graphical user interface BIOS design. The UEFI BIOS comes with a colorful easy-understand icons leading users directly into the setup layer. BIO-Remote 2 gives users a better Home Theater environment. Users who own either Android or Apple products are able to access and control the PC remotely. This allows a smart device to become an intelligent and functional remote controller. In addition, the BIO-Remote2 feature also includes both the function of a mouse pad and a power point presentation controller.

For more information, visit the product page.
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2 Comments on Biostar Announces A68N-5000 Fanless Motherboard

#1
john_
Biostar is mentioning HD8210 as the gpu model even that the APU is A4-5000. And HD8210 is not just a typo on the product page but also written in the manual.
So if anyone is interested in this one, should better verify the gpu speed if this is an important factor.
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#2
ironwolf
Man, they got the info all over the place. The press release says "Radeon HD 8330" and the product page says "Radeon HD 8210." They need to get their stuff straight. :wtf:
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