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BIOSTAR Introduces the New B450MX Motherboard

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BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today announces the B450MX motherboard. Designed to run the AMD Ryzen processors with AMD's B450 single chip architecture, the new B450MX motherboard from BIOSTAR is sleek and refined ready to handle gaming and casual content consumption like a champ.

Capable of holding up to 128 GB of DDR4 RAM across 4 DIMMs with an overclock capability of up to 4000 MHz, the B450MX motherboard from BIOSTAR is packed with features and functionality to entice consumers who are looking for a reliable entry level motherboard with an affordable price tag yet still retain the best technology in the market.



The B450MX motherboard is engineered with BIOSTAR's signature Digital PWM technology capable of delivering stable power across the board enabling long lasting performance and reliability. Features like PCIe 3.0 fully take advantage of the digital PWM technology while stably delivering a bit rate of 8GT/s with enhanced signal and data integrity.

PCIe M.2 32 Gb/s is also present in the new B450MX motherboard providing users with 5 times faster data transfer rates compared to SATA III 6 Gb/s under lower latency. Additionally, the new B450MX motherboard carry's USB 3.2 Gen 1 which delivers a noticeable performance boost compared to older technology with data transfer speeds reaching 5 Gbps as well as storage technology like SATA III 6 Gbps which is 2 times faster than the older SATA 3G.

When it comes to Rear I/O the new B450MX has all the necessities covered to be a great motherboard for a home entertainment system with multiple connectivity options like 1x PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse port for users looking to connect their old keyboard or mouse, multiple display outputs including 1x DVI-D port, 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 B450MX 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.

In conclusion, the new B450MX motherboard from BIOSTAR is definitely a great, reliable option for users looking to build their next gaming rig without getting a hit on their budget while still getting some of the best technology for that price point in the market.



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I have their Racing X570, BIOS is awful. VRMs are not bad though. Over all, wouldn't recommend.
 
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I have their Racing X570, BIOS is awful. VRMs are not bad though. Over all, wouldn't recommend.
Can confirm that Biostar's UEFI BIOS is awful. If you're buying a cheap $90 R5 2600 and doing nothing other than a cookie-cutter all-stock build though, it's probably fine as their reputation for dodgy hardware seems to be behind them now. I've heard no horror stories and I think they're just playing it safe now - churn out reliable, cheap hardware and try to survive on no-frills bread-and-butter products.
 
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Might be better picking up an MSI-A or something, depends on price really. They have some of the cheapest boards but spending a tiny bit of insignificant money on MSI might be worth the while.
 

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This reads like an ad. Also didn't know Biostar were a leading brand in Graphics cards and Storage. Or even Motherboards. Aren't they tiny compared to Asus, Gigabyte, and so on?
 
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This reads like an ad. Also didn't know Biostar were a leading brand in Graphics cards and Storage. Or even Motherboards. Aren't they tiny compared to Asus, Gigabyte, and so on?
Its a press release.
 
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This reads like an ad. Also didn't know Biostar were a leading brand in Graphics cards and Storage. Or even Motherboards. Aren't they tiny compared to Asus, Gigabyte, and so on?
I didnt know Biostar still exist.
I am expecting next the news: "Matsonic the leading brand in Motherboards ..."
 

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Keen to know performance, actually their boards have had good reviews in recent years tho
 
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Keen to know performance, actually their boards have had good reviews in recent years tho
Performance on my Biostar X570 was... eh. It required a lot of tweaking and high voltage oversets due to the junk BIOS and sensors. I do remember getting the CPU to some OK frequency, but things were so bad on fine tweaking end.
 
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