Thursday, April 15th 2021

BIOSTAR Announces B550T-Silver Motherboard

BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices today, unveils the brand new B550T-SILVER motherboard. Built to run the latest AMD Ryzen processors on AMD's B550 single chip architecture, the new B550T-SILVER motherboard from BIOSTAR is truly a masterpiece in design and engineering. With all the essentials for a motherboard of its kind, this Mini-ITX motherboard is versatile for any occasion.

Featuring a 2-DIMM DDR4 RAM configuration that can support up to 64 GB of high speed 4933+(OC) RAMs, the B550T-SILVER motherboard works amazingly well for a home or office PC that takes less space yet carries a lot of power at its core. PCIe 4.0 and WiFi 6 are some of the noticeable features of the B550T-SILVER motherboard powered by BIOSTAR's signature Digital PWM technology that delivers power throughout the system in a stable and reliable way. Furthermore, PCIe M.2 4.0 provides fast storage solutions with a 16 GT/s bit rate and backward compatibility.
The rear I/O of the B550T-SILVER motherboard consists of 6 USB ports consisting of a single USB 3.2 (Gen2) Type-C port, a single USB 3.2 (Gen2) Port and 4x USB 3.2 (Gen1) ports provided for USB input as well as an additional PS/2 port for users looking to plug in an older mouse or a keyboard depending on user preference.

Furthermore, 2x WiFi Antenna ports with the capability to run WiFi 6 and a single LAN port powered by Realtek RTL8125B chipset are readily available in the motherboard for faster internet connectivity.

The B550T-SILVER motherboard comes with a single DisplayPort as well as an HDMI 2.1 port capable of supporting up to 4K, vivid, crystal clear images. This together with the 3 audio ports powered by the ALC897 chipset is capable of providing the users with an extremely immersive audio and visual experience.
To Conclude, the new B550T-SILVER motherboard brings cutting-edge technology in a small form, highly suitable for gaming and casual content consumption. It is undoubtedly the best choice in the market for that small sleek HTPC build.
For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on BIOSTAR Announces B550T-Silver Motherboard

#1
bonehead123
Nice little ITX board that will make for a nice little rig, but "cutting edge".... ummmm.....nO, not IMHO... I don't see anything beyond the normal, current gen specs/feaatures, unless I missed something :)
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#2
Nuckles56
A nice looking ITX board, hopefully they actually didn't stuff up the power delivery this time
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#3
TheLostSwede
Nuckles56
A nice looking ITX board, hopefully they actually didn't stuff up the power delivery this time
Looks like either eight phase or a doubled four phase, the latter isn't overly likely though. Could be 6+2 though.
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Liquid Cool
I hope this motherboard comes with a "cabled antenna" for their wifi adapter. The mounting threads for the wifi antennas are too close together and the location for the wifi? How is a person supposed to reasonably use this board in a/the normal vertical configuration when you're making it almost impossible to use the ports around the antennas. Asrock is just as bad, if not worse.

Not to mention....

USB 3.0* Radio Frequency Interference Impact on 2.4 GHz Wireless Devices

I had a helluva time getting my wifi/usb 3 dropout issues sorted on my msi motherboards...that is...until I purchased cabled antennas.

Haven't had a single issue since....o_O.

Best,

Liquid Cool
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#5
watzupken
Liquid Cool
I hope this motherboard comes with a "cabled antenna" for their wifi adapter. The mounting threads for the wifi antennas are too close together and the location for the wifi? How is a person supposed to reasonably use this board in a/the normal vertical configuration when you're making it almost impossible to use the ports around the antennas. Asrock is just as bad, if not worse.

Not to mention....

USB 3.0* Radio Frequency Interference Impact on 2.4 GHz Wireless Devices

I had a helluva time getting my wifi/usb 3 dropout issues sorted on my msi motherboards...that is...until I purchased cabled antennas.

Haven't had a single issue since....o_O.

Best,

Liquid Cool
I agree the placement of the antenna can be better. I ran into issues with my MSI board as well where it was really difficult to use the ports situated above it.

Visually, the board looks nice and clean with a black and silver design.
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