Friday, October 16th 2020

Biostar Announces the B250MHC Motherboard

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today announces the new B250MHC motherboard. Designed based on Intel's B250 single chip architecture, the new B250MHC motherboard from BIOSTAR is engineered to breathe fresh life to older 6th and 7th generation processors from Intel.

Highly suited for business-oriented systems, the B250MHC motherboard comes with the latest technology in the market with BIOSTAR's promised product reliability and long-lasting performance. Capable of supporting up to 32 GB of DDR4 memory across 2 DIMM slots, the B250MHC also carries features like PCIe 3.0 which provides increases channel improvement with enhanced signal and data integrity over 8GT/s bit rate as well as USB 3.2 Gen 1 which provides data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps for speedy data backup and restore over USB data transfer devices.
Engineered to work well with Core i3, i5, i7, Pentium and Celeron processors from Intel's B250 microchip architecture, the B250MHC motherboard bolsters a 4-phase power design to help manage the power distribution across all hardware installed with the motherboard for a smooth unhindered performance.

When it comes to rear I/O the new B250MHC has all the bells and whistles covered to be a great motherboard for a business or casual use with multiple connectivity options like 1x PS/2 Keyboard and 1x PS/2 Mouse port for users looking to connect their old keyboard or mouse to the system, dual display output capability with 1x VGA port and a HDMI port that expresses bright and highly detailed content for users to enjoy lifelike images and video while enjoying gaming and casual content consumption.

Furthermore, the B250MHC motherboard is equipped with a single GbE LAN port powered by Realtek's RTL8111H chipset as well as 4x USB 3.2 (Gen1) ports, 2x USB 2.0 ports and 3x Audio connectors controlled by ALC887 technology capable of handling 7.1 Channels of High Definition Audio.
BIOSTAR's new B250MHC motherboard is ultimately a great choice for business and casual use, be it may for system integrated build for a client data management PC or an internet cafe system for casual web browsing and multimedia consumption.
For more information, visit the product page.
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11 Comments on Biostar Announces the B250MHC Motherboard

#1
Logoffon
Seeing that they previously released a new H61 motherboard, I wouldn't be surprised if they release a new G41 motherboard in the future.
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#2
ixi
But... why...
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#3
Ookgluk32
Only Biostar would do something like this, lmao
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#4
ThisMayBeYou
Old unused chipsets have to go somewhere...
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windwhirl
ixi
But... why...
ThisMayBeYou
Old unused chipsets have to go somewhere...
Probably for business markets. Saves a little money if you only have to replace a faulty or dead motherboard instead of the board + CPU...

I mean, look at the ports. Not one, but two PS/2 ports (pretty much business market there, where you could find people using +10 years old keyboards and mice simply because they still work fine), VGA (again, somewhat old monitors supported, business market) and basic sound support (microphone and a pair of speakers or a headset).

And having only two DIMM slots and a rather basic USB port set pretty much screams small business which just need to drive Office apps, web browsers and little else.
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#6
john_
Biostar is like Internet Explorer. Ultra fast.
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#7
Caring1
I had to do a double take on the date this was posted, I thought it was a thread necro.
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#8
Flanker
Logoffon
Seeing that they previously released a new H61 motherboard, I wouldn't be surprised if they release a new G41 motherboard in the future.
Could have used a new G41 MB last year actually, but I was not able to find one (random Chinese brands I've never heard of don't count). In the end I threw that old PC out of the window and bought my dad a deskmini
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ixi
Flanker
Could have used a new G41 MB last year actually, but I was not able to find one (random Chinese brands I've never heard of don't count). In the end I threw that old PC out of the window and bought my dad a deskmini
Hell yea, fresh pc, smells like victory. :pimp:

Personally it is better to infest over littlr bjt than to try keep old stuff. Which have higher posibility to stop working.
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#10
silentbogo
At least it's not B85 or H110 mining board )))
Flanker
Could have used a new G41 MB last year actually, but I was not able to find one (random Chinese brands I've never heard of don't count). In the end I threw that old PC out of the window and bought my dad a deskmini
Best decision you've ever made. I ditched my last G41 rig at the office around 2 years ago, replaced one with DeskMini 110, rebuilt the other one w/ Haswell i5 in my old Chieftec Dragon case, which at the end gave me tons of advantages.
Both PCs, a pair of mini-servers and all of our networking equipment now runs off a single UPS while lasts 3 times as long during outages comparing to old PCs. That alone saved our asses several times during quarantine (old building, old city block, constant outages and unannounced maintenance work on electrical lines etc.)
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Ghostline91
windwhirl
Probably for business markets. Saves a little money if you only have to replace a faulty or dead motherboard instead of the board + CPU...

I mean, look at the ports. Not one, but two PS/2 ports (pretty much business market there, where you could find people using +10 years old keyboards and mice simply because they still work fine), VGA (again, somewhat old monitors supported, business market) and basic sound support (microphone and a pair of speakers or a headset).

And having only two DIMM slots and a rather basic USB port set pretty much screams small business which just need to drive Office apps, web browsers and little else.
Makes sense, they do make a lot of boards for more business and office
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