Friday, January 25th 2008

BIOSTAR Launches TA780G M2+ Motherboard

BIOSTAR Microtech Int'l Corp has just launched the TA780G M2+, which is an integrated graphics motherboard with amazing performance. T-Series TA780G M2+ has created unique extra value for both end-users who don't want to buy a discrete graphics card and those who need a discrete graphics card. TA780G M2+ offers a powerful graphics performance, which is about 70% better than current generation models available on the market. On the other hand, TA780G M2+ can also increase the performance of ATI graphics cards by ATI Hybrid Technology. This technology helps to boost performance of your ATI Radeon 3400 series Graphics card over 50%. Those strong advantages make TA780G M2+ to become the most popular product on the market.

Hybrid Graphics – Gaming Like Never Before

BIOSTAR develops TA780G M2+ to let you experience AMD's innovative ATI Hybrid Graphic Technology for scalable gaming action. It also allows you to immerse yourself in a full HD cinematic experience while enabling a quiet PC that's perfect for any living room. Enjoy more vibrant colors and lifelike picture quality with ATI Avivo HD. Get Full functionality on your PC at an irresistible value by choosing TA780G M2+.

Future Proof Like Never Before

T-Series TA780G M2+ supports socket AM2+ Phenom series processors and HyperTransport 3.0 technology 5.2G. The fastest CPU and VGA card support will bring your PC to next generation levels of performance faster than anyone else. The great graphic performance of TA780G M2+ comes from PCI Express Generation 2.0 technology, which double your graphics bandwidth over earlier PCI Express for improved performance and DirectX 10 that are designed around the new driver model in Windows Vista enviroment and featuring a number of improvements to rendering capabilities and flexibility, including Shader Model 4.0. Those components make DirectX 10 to be the most powerful 3D gaming driver with the most attractive value for users.

Specification

Source: BIOSTAR
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9 Comments on BIOSTAR Launches TA780G M2+ Motherboard

#1
devguy
Way to go Biostar!! First AM2+ matx board and it is a TForce series (too bad the overclocking won't be too good w/current Phenoms...).
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#2
Basard
I want to see some reviews of these things using hybrid crossfire. I'm thinking it would make a good, cheap computer. But 3400's are pretty weak to begin with, so 50% of that isn't much. I dunno, it seems kinda cool, but useless at the same time.
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#3
X-TeNDeR
About time! i've been waiting for a good platform to bring my rig to the current millenia. this chipset looks promising. and finally we see the new SB700 southbridge.
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#4
snuif09
hybrid crossfire:rockout::rockout:
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#5
DaJMasta
It finally makes it off paper....



a great step forward in power conservation and graphics power :)
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#6
mdm-adph
Wow -- is this one of first to use the 700 SB?
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#7
wiak
to bad they put DVI instead of a HDMI in the back
kinda pointless :(

HDMI is more logical and they should included a HDMI to DVI cable for those with DVI displays ^^
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#8
rhythmeister
by: wiak
to bad they put DVI instead of a HDMI in the back
kinda pointless :(

HDMI is more logical and they should included a HDMI to DVI cable for those with DVI displays ^^
I guarantee that it sells with a DVI to HDMI adaptor in the box. Also, it would've been nice to have lost the PCI-E x1 lane in favour of another PCI-E x16 for crossfire in a small case :slap:
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#9
ChillyMyst
by: devguy
Way to go Biostar!! First AM2+ matx board and it is a TForce series (too bad the overclocking won't be too good w/current Phenoms...).
once u know the tricks to overclocking the k10 its not as bad as early reviews showed, its no c2d/c2q but its not neerly as bad as orignaly reported.

personaly one of these and a 5000+BE would make a good base for a decent mini system, cheap and when the better tri and quad cores come out u could choose to grab one if you think u need it!!!
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