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Biostar TH67XE Intel H67 Motherboard - FIRST LOOK

Biostar TH67XE Intel H67 Motherboard - FIRST LOOK - PCSTATS
Abstract: While all Sandy Bridge CPUs will have the integrated graphics core tucked away on the socket 1155 chip, to use it you will need an Intel H67 based motherboard. Motherboards like the Biostar TH67XE that PCSTATS is previewing for you today support up to one PCI Express 2.0 x16 videocard.
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Sandy Bridge H67 Photo Highlights

Biostar's TH67XE motherboard supports a single PCI Express 2.0 x16 videocard (at x16 mode) for users wishing to move from integrated graphics to a discreet videocard. .


Two SATA 6Gb/s and three SATA II ports.

In this corner of the Biostar TH67XE motherboard we find physical power and reset buttons that make tweaking a system out of the box so much easier.

The four DDR3 memory slots will accommodate up to 16GB (64-bit OS) of DDR3-1066/1333 memory.

Clearance is pretty good around the LGA1155 CPU socket. A passive aluminum heatsink helps cool the motherboard MOSFETs on the Biostar TH67XE board

While Intel has created several different heatsink sizes in recent years (LGA775, 1156 and 1366), the socket 1155 is reportedly compatible with existing socket 1156 heatsinks. The 32nm Sandy Bridge processor is expected to have a modest TDP of between 65W and 95W.

E-SATA, USB 2.0, USB 3.0 (in blue) and a single network jacks allow for many peripherals to be connected. While USB 2.0's 480Mb/s maximum bandwidth was enough for many years, USB 3.0 (above in blue) expands the bandwidth to a whopping 4.8Gb/s (4800Mb/s) which is more appropriate for today's large mass storage devices. Much of this speed improvement is due to USB 3.0 being a bi-directional bus, meaning it can transfer information to a device and to a host computer simultaneously.

That concludes our preview look at the Biostar TH67XE motherboard, stay tuned for the full review in the very near future.

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