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BIOSTAR Launches H310MHG Micro-ATX Motherboard


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BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices releases the H310MHG micro-ATX motherboard. Equipped with the latest INTEL H310 chipset and 4K HDMI compatible motherboard is sure to satisfy the needs of home entertainment enthusiasts. An array of cutting-edge motherboard technology, elevates immersion like never before, with its dual channel memory interface that supports the most demanding of DDR4 memory modules, an uncompromising PCIe M.2 10Gb/s storage interface and a speedy USB 3.1 Gen 1 brings together the most asked for home theatre enthusiast features onto a single small form factor. Together with its 'granite rock'-like dependability does the BIOSTAR H310MHG bring a fusion of gaming, home theatre, and corporate business needs, within a single solution.

Trusted Platform Module Interface
Expand your horizons with BIOSTAR's use of the Trusted Platform Module format, within a small form factor solution. Tailored to your business needs, the H310MHG motherboard improves equipment effectiveness with its emphasis on proactive and preventative maintenance, thus saving your company money from possible dropouts, breakdowns and security issues especially working in tandem with BIOSTAR TPM, making it perfect for enterprise, government and educational sectors.

At the core of every motherboard solution, is an ultra-durable motherboard socket and the BIOSTAR H310MHG has this feature and then some, with its reinforced 1151 PIN CPU socket that is capable of supporting from a simple 8th Gen Intel Celeron processor to that of the ultra-demanding 9th Gen Intel Core i9 LGA 1151 CPU then the H310MHG Micro-ATX Main System Board is proofed against redundancy for many years. This is further enhanced by the use of PCI-E Gen 3.0, is sure to bring about speedy connections to third-party desktop graphics cards and other interface devices, with reduced latency. All of the above is backed up by Intel's single chip H310 system design, combined with excellence and attention to detail, in order to promote a speedy transfer of data.

Memory Interface, speed, capacity and compatibility with no compromise
The H310MHG is loaded with a dual channel solution that supports a myriad range of memory modules for all budgets and uses, featuring the latest memory type DDR4 and speeds 2666/ 2400/ 2133/ 1866 MHz erstwhile supporting ram modules with a massive total of 32 Gigabytes of memory.

The BIOSTAR H310MHG is stacked with the excellent USB 3.1 Gen 1, which can transfer data up to 5Gbps and is the most recent version of the USB standard for connecting computers and electronic devices. It is fully compatible with USB 2.0 peripherals. Providing a cost effective and reliable solution, the motherboard is laden with and extraordinary PCIe M.2 storage solution, of which has an interface with speeds of up to 10Gb/s and it delivers a higher bandwidth of 1.6 times than that of PCIe M2 6Gb/s.

Controlling the H310MHG feature-laden motherboard is only technically possible with BIOSTAR's own intuitive UEFI BIOS, which brings complete control of the system board to the user's fingertips. The BIOS is easily readable and user friendly-whilst keeping its powerful features fully intact.

The BIOSTAR H310MHG features a speedy a Gigabit LAN card, Realtek RTL8111H - 10/100/1000Mb/s Controller, with superior performance of double the bandwidth of lesser Lan Cards. This allows the user to transfer data in a speedy manner, this then allows for increased work productivity and more kills on your game of choice.

The BIOSTAR H310MHG rear I/O includes 1 x PS/2 Mouse, 1 x PS/2 Keyboard, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen1 Ports, 4 x USB 2.0 Ports,1 x COM Port, 1 x HDMI Connector, 1 x DVI-D Connector, 1 x VGA Port, 1X GbE LAN port, and 3 x Audio Jacks. The BIOSTAR H310MHG micro-ATX motherboard gives users a safe working environment that fits the bill for most corporate business needs; thanks to incorporating the TPM for creating a safe and worry free environment.

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This is exactly what the market needed right now, BIOSTAR
good call.
We're clearly not the audience for this type of motherboard. With that being said I've got clients who claim they've spent hundreds of dollars on $40 parts and would rather use old style ports (e.g. VGA) because they don't want to upgrade other equipment. There is some validity in this as you obviously see a lot more people driving super old cars around than people using super old computers (e.g. from the 1960s add 1970s). That itself being said the problem of holding on to old hardware is that eventually you'll encounter a mass-upgrade wall where you have to upgrade too much at a given time.

So when I buy a X570 motherboard I would prefer outdated stuff like serial, printer ports and WIFI to not be included so I can have what I do need (high NVMe and SATA port count) without blowing an extra $30 for legacy stuff I'll never use. And yes, SATA is going to be legacy eventually however you can't currently buy 12TB NVMe drives.