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Biostar launches a nForce 750-based motherboard
Press release, May 9; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 9 May 2008]

Biostar Microtech International has announced its TPower motherboard series, which it claims offers performance, stability and overclocking potential.

TPower N750 features Hybrid SLI technology to deliver multi-GPU benefits when combined with an Nvidia discrete GPU. Hybrid SLI technology increases graphics performance with GeForce Boost and provides intelligent power management with HybridPower, highlighted the company.

Biostar TPower N750 motherboard specifications

Item

Detail

CPU Support

Supports AMD Phenom/Athlon 64 X2/64/FX/Sempron processors

Chipset

Nvidia nForce 750a SLI

Socket

AM2+

HT 3.0

Up to 5.2G

PCIe x16 2.0

Two (SLI x8)

PCIe x1 2.0

One

PCI

Three

GbE

One

SATA

Six

RAID

0,1,5, 0+1

USB 2.0

Ten

Integrated Video

NForce 750a SLI chipset

Integrated Audio

8+2 Channel HD Audio

DVI

One

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, May 2008

Biostar TPower N750 motherboard

Biostar TPower N750 motherboard
Photo: Company

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