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Wednesday, September 19, 2007
It is very nice to see how active the Biostar company has been lately. To begin with, it releases a board based on a new chipset ahead of its competitors - Biostar TF7050-M2. Now it produces a board suited for a new platform even prior to its official announcement (which is expected soon, though). Fortunately, Socket AM2+ is fully compatible with existing processors. Therefore, users will have no problems with finding parts for this board even now. Support of certain technologies that could be required in the future allows building a more "lasting" computer. For us it is an excellent reason to discuss what the future holds and clarify a few issues.
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