Tuesday, January 16th 2018

Biostar Announces B250MDC Motherboard

BIOSTAR introduces the B250MDC motherboard offering a well-balanced set of features without the premium price point making it ideal for casual users on a budget. The BIOSTAR B250MDC motherboard is the perfect solution for an entry-level desktop computer for daily multitasking use, office application and home entertainment. The B250MDC features a compact micro-ATX form factor that fits in most budget cases. The B250MDC also uses the Intel B250 chipset, perfect for a daily driver with its high-efficiency performance.

The BIOSTAR B250MDC features the Intel B250 chipset offering everything essential for desktop users without compromise. The B250MDC features a single PCIe 3.0x16 slot that can fully utilize high-end graphics cards and NVMe solid-state drives; dual DDR4 DIMM slots supporting up to 43GB of 2400MHz memory; four speedy USB 3.1 Gen1 ports and a DVI-D output port for basic setups without discrete graphics. Users will also enjoy the board's 7.1 channel High-Definition Audio.
BIOSTAR 6+ Experience
BIOSTAR's exclusive set of features that ensure performance and stability.
  • Speed+: USB 3.1 Gen1, SATA3, Smart Speed LAN, Charger Booster
  • Audio+: HD Audio, AudioArt Capacitors
  • Durable+: Moistureproof PCB, Low RdsOn P-Pak MOS, ToughPower Enhanced
  • Protection+: ESD Protection, USB Polyswitch, OC, OV, OT Protection, Super LAN Surge Protection, Super Anti-Surge Protection, Iron Heart Protection
  • DIY+: HeaderZone, GUI BIOS, Bio-Remote2
BIOSTAR B250MDC rear I/O ports have the legacy PS/2 connector support 1 x PS/2 Mouse, 4 x USB 3.1Gen1 Port, 2 x USB 2.0 Port, 1 x DVI-D Connector, 1 x VGA Port and 1 x RJ-45 Port.

BIOSTAR B250MDC is the company's latest budget motherboard that supports 7th generation Intel Core processors. It is ideal for general multitasking such as office applications and home entertainment without breaking the bank.
MSRP: USD $59.99, available now. For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Biostar Announces B250MDC Motherboard

#1
jsfitz54
Is this even correct?: "dual DDR4 DIMM slots supporting up to 43GB of 2400MHz memory"
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#2
ruff0r
⦁ Support 2-DIMM DDR4-1866/ 2133/ 2400 up to 32G maximum capacity

Pulled from the Datasheet

Maybe a typo
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#3
ironwolf
"jsfitz54 said:
Is this even correct?: "dual DDR4 DIMM slots supporting up to 43GB of 2400MHz memory"
Yeah, gotta be a typo, someone must have had their fingers one key to the right when they meant to type 3-2 and it turned into 4-3.
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#4
Valantar
I find it kind of morbidly fascinating that this board is claimed to be mATX, yet it has the width of an ITX board. Weird. Two slots less, and it'd be DTX. The only way it's mATX is that it's smaller than that, bigger than everything else, I suppose.
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#5
LTUGamer
"Valantar said:
I find it kind of morbidly fascinating that this board is claimed to be mATX, yet it has the width of an ITX board. Weird. Two slots less, and it'd be DTX. The only way it's mATX is that it's smaller than that, bigger than everything else, I suppose.
Many budget "MATX" motherboards actually are Flex ATX motherboards. Because of low quantity RAM and PCI slots there is no point to use full sized MATX board
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#6
kn00tcn
"Valantar said:
I find it kind of morbidly fascinating that this board is claimed to be mATX, yet it has the width of an ITX board. Weird. Two slots less, and it'd be DTX. The only way it's mATX is that it's smaller than that, bigger than everything else, I suppose.
you havent noticed the multiple low end matx boards with 2 ram slots? the screw positions on that side are pretty close between the shortened & full width anyway so no need to always fill the width if space can be used more effectively (both size & cost)
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