Thursday, June 11th 2020

BIOSTAR Launches the FX9830M SoC Motherboard

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today introduces the FX9830M SoC motherboard with a built-in AMD Bristol Ridge, 7th generation Quad Core processor. Highly Popular for their SoC motherboard range, BIOSTAR has yet again delivered a highly versatile motherboard catering to a variety of user requirements such as small business owners who are looking for a reliable and affordable solution that has the capability of running daily business operations with ease.

The BIOSTAR FX9830M SoC motherboard is arguably one of the best choices amongst its rivals, designed with a built-in Quad Core AMD FX-9830P processor and support for AMD Radeon R7 Graphics. It is undoubtedly a great investment to make when considering your next business workstation that can take advantage of the powerful multi-core platform and all its additional features.
The BIOSTAR FX9830M SoC motherboard has the ability to support multiple hard drives coupled with the built-in TPM modules that are used in conjunction with other security technologies such as biometric verification and antivirus will keep your data safe, secure and protected.

Specifications wise the BIOSTAR FX9830M SoC motherboard is a natural workhorse, equipped with features like DDR4 Memory, capable of running up to 32 GB of 2400 MHz on dual channels for higher DIMM capacities, improved data integrity and lower power consumption, PCIe M.2 16Gb/s which is the latest storage interface, delivering the highest bandwidth with lower latency and it is about 3 times faster when compared to SATA III 6Gb/s.

The BIOSTAR FX9830M SoC motherboard is also equipped with USB 3.2 Gen1 which 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 5Gbps and backward compatible with all existing USB products, Super LAN Surge Protection, providing LAN with more advanced antistatic protection capabilities by adding an integrated chip to strengthen electrical stability and prevent damage from lightning strikes and electrical surges.

Additionally, The FX9830M SoC motherboard has SATA III 6Gbps port that provides incredible data boost which is 2x faster than the SATA 3G, and has higher bandwidth to retrieve and transfer HD media and HDMI output port which supports the new 4K2K resolution enables high-definition displays with four times the resolution of full HD, 4K2K display expresses bright and highly detailed content that fills the entire screen with lifelike images for users to enjoy casual content consumption from high quality streaming sources like YouTube or Netflix through the HDMI connector.

Overall the BIOSTAR FX9830M SoC motherboard is a great product for many industrial applications with a set of amazing features suitable for businesses, light gaming and content consumption and also on NAS systems that can take advantage of lower power consumption and highly efficient performance.
Key Features

The BIOSTAR FX9830M has 1 x PS/2 Mouse, 1 x PS/2 Keyboard, 1 x VGA Port, 1 x HDMI Port, 1 x GbE LAN port, 2 x USB 3.2 (Gen1) Ports, 2 x USB 2.0 Ports, 3 x Audio Jack ports in the rear I/O panel.
Source: BIOSTAR
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11 Comments on BIOSTAR Launches the FX9830M SoC Motherboard

#1
Vayra86
Oh wow, where did they excavate this one?

I did hear they found some ancient ruins with LIDAR the other day, but this... :twitch:
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#2
Valantar
Biostar must have some deal with AMD to buy any CPUs they have had in stock for more than 36 months or something :P

I mean, this could make for a decent DIY NAS if the price is okay, but that CPU is definitely on the anemic side.
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#3
spectatorx
This press release states USB is 3.2 gen1 but printing directly on motherboard says usb 3.1 gen1.
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#4
theoneandonlymrk
Vayra86
Oh wow, where did they excavate this one?

I did hear they found some ancient ruins with LIDAR the other day, but this... :twitch:
They're actually advertising the merits of sata3 over two ,lol.
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#5
Chaitanya
spectatorx
This press release states USB is 3.2 gen1 but printing directly on motherboard says usb 3.1 gen1.
Thanks to crackheads in charge of USB-IF both 3.2 Gen 1 and 3.1 Gen 1 are exactly same 5Gbps USB 3.0.
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#6
ShurikN
Hmm, I could probably find use for this as an arcade emulator, but only if the price is acceptable. 60 euro tops.
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#7
TheLostSwede
Valantar
Biostar must have some deal with AMD to buy any CPUs they have had in stock for more than 36 months or something :p

I mean, this could make for a decent DIY NAS if the price is okay, but that CPU is definitely on the anemic side.
Not enough SATA ports...
Also:
When PCIE-M2_1 slot is occupied, the SATA2 connector will be disabled
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#8
watzupken
Its an odd product to sell in 2020. The success is going to depend on the price because one can simply pick up an A320 board with a Ryzen 3 APU which performs much better.
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#9
tygrus
2016 just called and wants it's technology back. :banghead:
Surely they can get a Ryzen 3000 or 4000 series APU based system for a reasonable price.
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#10
1d10t
Vayra86
Oh wow, where did they excavate this one?

I did hear they found some ancient ruins with LIDAR the other day, but this... :twitch:
Biostar excavate using excavator for Excavator :p
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