Biostar H61MHV3 Looks to Breathe Fresh Life into Older Intel CPUs
Mike Sanders / 4 weeks ago
Biostar has today announced a refresh of their Intel H61MH series with the new H61MHV3 motherboard. Designed based on Intel’s H61 single chip architecture, the new H61MHV3 motherboard from Biostar breathes a fresh breath of life to older 2nd and 3rd generation processors from Intel.
Biostar H61MHV3 Motherboard
Highly suited for business use and HTPC systems, the H61MHV3 motherboard comes with BIOSTAR’s promised product reliability and long-lasting performance. It is capable of supporting up to 16 GB of DDR3 memory across 2 DIMM slots. USB 2.0 support with 8 USB ports provided with the motherboard for ease of use. Engineered to work well with Core i3, i5, i7, Pentium, and Celeron processors, the motherboard is designed with the latest components to provide smooth unhindered performance across all its components.
The H61MHV3’s rear I/O panel consists of a single x PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse port for users looking to connect their old keyboard or mouse to the system, Dual-display output capability with 1x VGA port, and an HDMI port that expresses bright and highly detailed content. Furthermore, it comes equipped with a single LAN port powered by Realtek RTL8111H chipset, 4x USB 2.0 ports, and 3x Audio out ports run by ALC897 audio codec capable of handling 7.1 Channels of High Definition Audio.
BIOSTAR’s new H61MHV3 motherboard brings new hope for people with older components to last longer, essentially saving money and time. It works well for business and casual use for multitudes of use cases.
Where Can I Learn More?
At the time of writing Biostar has not confirmed any specific regional release dates nor how much we can expect this motherboard to cost. The price is more than a little curious, though, as we don’t know whether this will be cheap or expensive based on the continued support of older Intel processors. However, if you do want to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!
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