Wednesday, March 21st 2007

Biostar launches TF7050-M2 based on NVIDIA GeForce 7050PV

BIOSTAR Microtech Int'l Corp., a professional manufacturer of motherboards has launched TF7050-M2, based on the new NVIDIA® GeForce7050PV/ nForce630a Chipset. TF7050-M2 comes with integrated HDMI with on-chip HDCP and High Definition Audio(HDA).

Unmatched Display And Audio Capabilities
The On board HDMI connector is designed to meet the output protection management(HDCP) and security specification of the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD Formats, allowing the playback of encrypted movie content on PCs when connected to HDCP-compliant displays. High Definition Audio (HDA) brings consumer electronics quality sound to the PC delivering high quality sound from multiple channels. Using HAD, system can deliver stunning 192kHz/32-bit quality from eight channel, supporting the latest audio formats.And TF7050-M2 offers both HDMI and TV-Out ports to support HDMI and HDA function. It’s a functional motherboard to reach every fields.

The Ultimate Windows Vista Experience
TF7050-M2 delivers a Windows Vista Premium experience through handling the rich Aero user interface and the most demanding workloads with ease. Windows Vista is the first Windows operating system designed to provide a rich, multimedia experience through a visually stunning user interface. And, the TF7050-M2 offers a stable and visually stunning Windows Vista experience.
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4 Comments on Biostar launches TF7050-M2 based on NVIDIA GeForce 7050PV

Bird of Prey
Alright. Nvidia makes some nice chipsets, and Id like to see how this stacks up to ATIs offering. I Can say one thing for the competition between ATI and Nvidia. It sure does make some excellent products come about. I love 1 upsmanship in the pc world!
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obviously designed for the most kick-ass though affordable HTPC ever... now if only everything HD-related wasn't crippled... at least we're getting there with HD-DVD and Bluray (less so). freakin CableCARD.
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sigh...what a retarted location for the power...:slap:
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I know that this motherboard does not support it am3 CPU's but what I want to know...

1. Is there a possibility of this motherboard supporting am3 cpu's? (since am3 cpu's have ddr2 and ddr3 ram controllers)
2. (if 1 is true) Do you think Biostar will update the bios to support am3 cpu's? (I'm assuming no)

Oh and yes I was stupid enough to buy a am3 Athlon II since it said on the pricelist it works in am2 motherboards :o (not checking the motherboards site first... was a spirit of the moment thing). For the past 2 months I've tried to find some that wants to upgrade from am2 to am3 so we could just trade cpu's... no luck... Looks like I have to buy a new motherboard and possibly ram too :ohwell:
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