Thursday, May 28th 2020

BIOSTAR Introduces the Latest H410 Series Motherboards

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today introduces the new 400 series H410MHG and H410MH motherboards designed to run the latest 10th Gen Intel Processors. Aimed at business, and casual usage, the H410 series motherboards are built to last with high-grade material and jaw-dropping functionality suitable for many use cases.

Built with practicality and reliability in mind, the H410MHG and H410MH motherboards introduced by BIOSTAR are engineered with superior functionality that rivals any motherboard of their class in the market. Designed in the sleek Micro ATX form factor that takes minimal real estate inside a PC case, the BIOSTAR H410 series motherboards come with highly desired features like USB 3.2 Gen1 that delivers compelling performance boosts and can be used to connect multiple devices without worrying about compatibility. It is capable of data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps and backward compatible with all existing USB products.
Latest storage technology like PCIe M.2 10 Gb/s delivers 1.8 times faster bandwidth in comparison to SATA M.2 6 Gb/s on an extremely lowered latency time and SATA III 6 Gbps provides much-needed data transfer speed boost which is 2x faster than the SATA 3G for smooth and fast HD media transfer.

Both motherboards support up to 64 GB of DDR4 ram with clock speeds up to 2933 MHz. Additional features like GbE LAN enhances bandwidth capacity resulting in superior performance.

The BIOSTAR H410MHG motherboard, being the elder sibling of the two H410 chipset motherboards, additionally has TPM technology which improves equipment effectiveness with an emphasis on proactive and preventative maintenance, and provides a safe working environment.

The H410 series motherboards from BIOSTAR comes with a comprehensive Rear I/O panel with the H410MHG motherboard being more versatile of the two motherboards built to suite government agencies and various commercial applications containing ports such as 2x USB 3.2 (Gen1) ports, 4x USB 2.0 ports and a COM port for easy connectivity as well as the fast, secure GbE LAN port for smooth reliable LAN Connection. Additionally, H410MHG comes with the HDMI 4K connector that expresses bright and highly detailed content that fills an entire screen with lifelike images the as well as ALC887 audio technology, that outputs 7.1 Channels, High Definition Audio through the 3 audio connectors provided in the motherboard for an unparalleled audio and video experience.

The H410MH is also equipped with a well thought out rear I/O panel containing much needed connectivity options like 2x USB 3.2 (Gen1) ports, 4x USB 2.0 ports, GbE LAN port and it also contains a VGA out-port alongside the usual HDMI 4K connector giving the user, multiple choices for a monitor output built for casual users for seamless daily content consumption boosted together with the ALC887 audio technology, outputting through the 3 audio ports built on to the H410MH motherboard that produces 7.1 Channels, High Definition Audio.

Either it's for business or a government organization that require a safe reliable system, or casual usage, the BIOSTAR H410 series motherboards are ready to deliver above and beyond user expectations without denting their savings.

BIOSTAR also announces that by registering any new purchase with the BIOSTAR VIP CARE portal, consumers can enjoy many additional benefits provided by BIOSTAR.
For more information, visit the product pages of the RACING H410MHG and RACING H410MH.
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7 Comments on BIOSTAR Introduces the Latest H410 Series Motherboards

#1
Flaky
Somebody at Biostar completely missed the fact that h410 provides PCIe 3.0 lanes, not 2.0.
Copy&paste syndrome from H310 specs?
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JuanBC
Do you guys enjoy Biostar Brand products?
Cause every experience that I have with it, in the 775 Socket era, was not good.
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Chloe Price
JuanBC
Do you guys enjoy Biostar Brand products?
Cause every experience that I have with it, in the 775 Socket era, was not good.
They're pretty rare here in Finland, never had any Biostar product myself.
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Fouquin
JuanBC
Do you guys enjoy Biostar Brand products?
Cause every experience that I have with it, in the 775 Socket era, was not good.
They had some hits during AM2+/AM3 era with the T series, but until recently were mostly focused on highest-volume low-cost boards. I've personally been using their X370GTN for three years now both with first and third gen Ryzen. Been completely stable and has some interesting features that other ITX boards don't expose like lane bifurcation, DRAM clock driving, and ECC parity masks and shadow. It's mostly just a good stable board to pair with a Ryzen 5.
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JuanBC
Chloe Price
They're pretty rare here in Finland, never had any Biostar product myself.
Here at Brasil they are common. Not as Asus and Gigabyte, the masses enjoy it.
Fouquin
They had some hits during AM2+/AM3 era with the T series, but until recently were mostly focused on highest-volume low-cost boards. I've personally been using their X370GTN for three years now both with first and third gen Ryzen. Been completely stable and has some interesting features that other ITX boards don't expose like lane bifurcation, DRAM clock driving, and ECC parity masks and shadow. It's mostly just a good stable board to pair with a Ryzen 5.
Nice to know that! In my Country there's this skepticism, if it's not Asus or Gigabyte, they don't know, of course generally speaking.
But we can find MSI, Asrock, and in the old days, even PC-Chips hahaha
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Chloe Price
JuanBC
Here at Brasil they are common. Not as Asus and Gigabyte, the masses enjoy it.
There were some models available here in the AM2/775/1156 era, but pretty nonexistent these days.
and in the old days, even PC-Chips hahaha
Ah! The true budget solution back in the day! :D
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
JuanBC
Do you guys enjoy Biostar Brand products?
Cause every experience that I have with it, in the 775 Socket era, was not good.
I had a few of their TPower i45 boards - I had trouble with the first one so RMA'd. sold the replacement and bought an Asus P5Q Pro. After that era, Biostar kinda of disappeared from Europe. You can still find their boards for sale but Enthusiast grade boards are quite limited. Their standard boards are pretty undesirable unless you just want a super cheap machine for a HTPC or a mining system. There are better options to choose from.
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