Thursday, August 6th 2020

BIOSTAR Announces A32M2 Micro-ATX Motherboard

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today announces the A32M2 Micro ATX motherboard designed to run the latest AMD Ryzen processors. BIOSTAR has been a brand providing robust, highly reliable motherboards for many years and has a wide range of models on both Intel and AMD platforms to choose from and a plethora of supplementary components catering to many user preferences.

Modern technology meets sleek, refined form factor as BIOSTAR's all new A32M2 Micro ATX motherboard is unveiled to the world built on AMD's A320 single chip architecture capable of supporting the latest Ryzen CPUs as well as the latest A-series APU's. Designed with daily content consumers and office workstations in mind, the BIOSTAR's A32M2 motherboard is made to be the best bang for the buck motherboard amongst its competitors, equipped with 2 DIMMs of DDR4 memory that supports up to 32G maximum capacity, PCIe 3.0 that carries a bit rate of 8GT/s with enhanced signal and data integrity while increases channel improvement.
PCIe M.2 32 Gb/s that delivers higher bandwidth under lower latency and is 5 times faster compared with SATA III 6 Gb/s, HDMI 4K2K port that expresses bright and highly detailed content for an immersive visual experience, and USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB that delivers compelling performance boost with speeds up to 5 Gbps built to be backwards compatible with all existing USB devices making the A32M2 motherboard an ideal choice for people who has the need a solid system for basic office work as well as casual content consumption like to watch TV shows and movies online such as YouTube or Netflix or listen to music and play some games.

Designed to last the A32M2 motherboard is equipped with many additional features like Realtek RTL8111H GbE LAN engineered with BIOSTAR's proprietary Super LAN Surge Protection technology, providing much needed network stability and protection from electrical surges or lightning strikes.

The A32M2 motherboard comes with a fully packed rear I/O panel ready with all the essential ports necessary for day to day use. 4x USB 3.2 (Gen1) ports and 2x USB 2.0 ports are some of the most useful connectivity options available in the A32M2 motherboard with additional features like 1x PS/2 Mouse port and a PS/2 Keyboard port as well as a VGA Port to complement its already amazing HDMI 4K2K port is available for users supported by 3 Rear audio ports designed to run on Realtek ALC887 audio technology providing 7.1 Channels, High Definition Audio.

All in all, the BIOSTAR A32M2 motherboard has kept up with the international standard that BIOSTAR is renowned for with their AM4 based motherboard range and looks to provide casual users like students and office workers a budget-friendly motherboard with a sleek space-saving form factor fitting for a small organized home or office workstation as a cost-efficient, highly reliable, long-lasting product.
For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on BIOSTAR Announces A32M2 Micro-ATX Motherboard

#1
Chrispy_
Hardly an exciting board but to be honest, 'boring' is a very desirable motherboard quality. I haven't bought a Biostar board since the bad old days but I believe they're okay now. It has the essentials, it looks like it has been built down to a very low price and there's nothing glaringly wrong with it.

This is the sort of thing that is going to pair well with a Ryzen3 8100 and 1650Super in a $400 budget gaming build. Sure, B550 would be nice to have, but at such small budgets a $50 mainboard is going to get the job done about as well as a $100 board, and that $50 difference lets you put a discrete graphics card in for a massive performance boost over any APU/IGP graphics.
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Mussels
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This seems like false advertising for AMD's "latest" CPUs

too lazy to check the webpage but i highly doubt its gunna support all the 3000 chips, let alone the just about to launch 4000 chips
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EarthDog
Mussels
This seems like false advertising for AMD's "latest" CPUs

too lazy to check the webpage but i highly doubt its gunna support all the 3000 chips, let alone the just about to launch 4000 chips
It came out today. The latest AMD processors as of...today. All PRs read this way. It didn't say all either.

Looking at the cpu list, there are 3000 series cpus... 3600xt, even. But not higher. Pleased to see that, actually... normally they'll put anything on the support list, lol.
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Mussels
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You cant say it supports the latest CPU's when it supports all the low wattage ones...'


meh i knew i was nitpicking cause i hate the board.
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EarthDog
Mussels
You cant say it supports the latest CPU's when it supports all the low wattage ones...'


meh i knew i was nitpicking cause i hate the board.
You can. And they do...all the time. The low power cpus are still the latest cpus so they arent wrong. For better or worse, that's common terminology.

Don't hate the player, hate the game. :p
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