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BIOSTAR has launched its latest Mini-ITX motherboard, the B450NH, which includes support for AMD’s latest Ryzen 3000XT series processors. Some of the key specifications include one PCIe M.2 slot (32 Gb/s) and support for dual channel DDR4 4000 memory. It also features an HDMI port for 4K video output.

Original Press Release:

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today proudly announces the B450NH Mini-ITX motherboard.

Designed based on AMD’s B450 single chip architecture, the new B450NH motherboard from BIOSTAR is sleek and convenient, coming in a Mini-ITX form factor suitable for builds with smaller footprint that saves desk space as well as being easy to move around.

The BIOSTAR B450NH motherboard carries AMD’s AM4 socket built to support the latest and greatest AMD Ryzen CPU / APU range, with features like PCIe M.2 32Gb/s delivering 5 times faster bandwidth under lower latency compared to SATA III 6Gb/s further enhancing the potential of this amazing motherboard.

Suitable for many applications like casual content consumption or gaming, the B450NH motherboard is packed with all the essential tools to be a great platform for many applications with features like the capability to support up to 64Gb of DDR4 RAM on 2DIMMS with 4000MHz OC capability.

The latest USB 3.2 Gen1 is also present in the B450NH motherboard delivering extraordinary performance boosts with lightning fast data transfer speeds reaching up to 5Gbps and is backward compatible with older devices as well as technology like SATA III 6Gbps which provides 2x faster bandwidth than the old SATA 3G providing extremely fast data transfer rates capable of retrieving and transferring HD media with incredible precision.

The B450NH motherboard also carries HDMI 4K2K port which supports up to 4K resolution enabling new high-definition image displays with four times the resolution of Full HD, which express bright and highly detailed content that fills the entire screen with lifelike images allowing users to enjoy high definition TV shows and movies online such as YouTube or Netflix with the HDMI output.

When it comes to Rear I/O, the B450NH contains a fully packed rear I/O panel providing multiple connectivity options like 4 x USB 3.2 (Gen1) ports, 2x USB 2.0 ports as well as 1 x PS/2 Keyboard and mouse port and a standard D-Sub output port complementary to its already exceptional HDMI 4K2K port. Additionally, the B450NH also has 3 x audio ports that run on Realtek ALC887 architecture which delivers 7.1 Channels, High Definition Audio as well as a LAN port that comes with Realtek Gigabit LAN technology capable of providing fast lossless network connectivity.

In conclusion, the B450NH motherboard from BIOSTAR is a great option for users looking for a stable base platform for their new AMD Ryzen build, with amazing features and reliable BIOSTAR excellence, it is undoubtedly one of the best choices in the market for a daily driver PC used for casual content consumption, HTPC, gaming or even office use.

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  1. Why the **** is there a VGA port on the board? And only 6 USB ports in the back? With nothing else stacked above the HDMI connector or the two USB 3 blue ports?
  2. It is cruelty to realize Biostar still has consumer products, but companies like Abit have gone by the wayside.
  3. Why the **** is there a VGA port on the board? And only 6 USB ports in the back? With nothing else stacked above the HDMI connector or the two USB 3 blue ports?

    The VGA port is there because its practically a requirement for hardware sold in emerging markets like China. I’ve talked to numerous motherboard manufacturers about that very topic and this is what they’ve all told me. Keep in mind that Biostar has virtually no presence in the US market. It’s an after thought for them at best. They don’t even have PR people in North America. They rely on an outside firm for all of that.

    It is cruelty to realize Biostar still has consumer products, but companies like Abit have gone by the wayside.

    Well, ABIT was hit particularly hard by the capacitor issues of the early 2000’s. Add to that, some mismanagement and a few less than stellar products and ABIT found itself in a precarious financial position. It was then sold to a new parent company that elected to dissolve the brand at some point as it wasn’t making money. Basically, when they stopped being ABIT and became abit, that’s when their products started to really decline in quality and innovation.

    I like my Gigabyte boards, but would definitely still be with Abit if they were around.

    Again, this assumes that an ABIT that was still around today had course corrected enough to stay alive and return to their original form. Simply surviving wouldn’t have necessarily required them to be producing good products today.

    Especially so with the A520’s right around the corner.

    There are also still plenty of existing X470, B450 designs, as well as B550. There simply is no reason to get excited about a motherboard that’s a generation behind and over a year late to the party.

  4. Again, this assumes that an ABIT that was still around today had course corrected enough to stay alive and return to their original form. Simply surviving wouldn’t have necessarily required them to be producing good products today.

    One could only hope..;)

  5. I’m all for VGA ports, I have so much legacy industrial PC stuff I deal with and always have trouble interfacing. 9-pin serial is still super common (and not all USB adapters function correctly or equally). I still have some sites that need 3.5" floppies. A lot of commercial stuff is the same way – POS registers and such.

    Not that we go out and buy enthusiast level hardware to support these things, but it’s nice to still see them get made.

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