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BIOSTAR Announces B450NH Mini-ITX Motherboard


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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 32 Gb/s delivering 5 times faster bandwidth under lower latency compared to SATA III 6 Gb/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 4000 MHz OC capability.

 

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Source: https://www.techpowerup.com/270982/b...tx-motherboard

 

 

 

Pros:

- Supports XT processors

- Rear M.2 Slot

 

Cons:

- Only USB 3.2 Gen 1

- Only Gigabit LAN

- Very small heatsink for >6-core processor (Should run all f Ryzen processors at base clock, but not much above that which would be a huge performance difference on higher end Ryzen processors for most users)

 

Oddities:

- Still markets SATA 6G as faster than previous SATA 3G, how is this a selling point anymore...

 

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