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Biostar AMD FM1 Socket - A75 Chipset - SATA 6 Gbps and USB 3.0 - DDR3 2000Mhz - MicroATX Motherboard (TA75M)


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  • Supports AMD FM1 Socket A-Series & E2-Series with AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series Graphics, Up to 4 CPU cores
  • 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI, 1 x D-Sub (VGA)
  • 4 x USB 3.0 Support
  • Dual Channel DDR3 Support up to 32GB Memory at 2000(OC)/1866/1600/1333/1066
  • 6 x SATA3 6Gbps Connectors
  • 2 x PCI-e x16 Slot, 1 x PCI-e x1 Slot, 1 x PCI Slot
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Supports RAID (0, 1, 10)

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Biostar AMD FM1 Socket - A75 Chipset - SATA 6 Gbps and USB 3.0 - DDR3 2000Mhz - MicroATX Motherboard (TA75M) + Kingston Technology HyperX 8 GB (2x4 GB Modules) 1600 MHz DDR3 Dual Channel Kit (PC3 12800) 240-Pin SDRAM KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX
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Technical Details

  • Processor Socket: AMD - FM1
  • Form Factor: Micro ATX
  • RAM Memory Technology: DDR3 2000;DDR3 1866;DDR3;1600;DDR3 1066
  • Warranty: 3 years limited

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 3 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005DOUIIC
  • Item model number: TA75M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 22, 2011

Product Description

Biostar TA75M - AMD FM1 Socket - A75 Chipset - SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 - DDR3 2000Mhz - MicroATX Motherboard

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Great motherboard so far, easy to install and sturdy.
A.M. Knight
I'm not a whiz at this stuff, but I've thought that changing it manually in the O.N.E. menu in the bios would do it.
Benjamin Guzman
I haven't tried the T-overclocker software, but bio-remote is a bit sketchy to say the least.
Travis S.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A.M. Knight on December 27, 2011
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Great motherboard so far, easy to install and sturdy. Has both DVI and HDMI which is handy. Bit short of expansion slots if you wanted to use it for gaming but the chipset is fast, has the latest SATA and enough USB 3.0 ports to sink a battleship. Including internal onboard headers which, if you buy it with a SilverStone Aluminum/Steel Micro ATX Media Center/HTPC Case ML03B (Black) or similar case that has USB 3.0 ports, can allow you to use USB 3.0 device plugged in to the front of your case. Sound card works great as well. Using it as a HTPC with a Hauppage card in the PCIe x1 spot and an A6-3650. Works great and set up was super easy.

Cons: One gripe is the placement of the SATA ports on the end of the board makes tight cases a bit hairy to mess with but most boards have it there so that shouldn't be held too much against this board in particular. I also have not been able to find how to allocate RAM specifically for the on-chip GPU in the A-series (currently the only processors that fit the FM1 socket) within the snazzy BIOS but otherwise the BIOS is pretty good. The final problem may have everything to do with my particular set up: If I allow windows to determine when it sleeps from inactivity it detects inactivity and sleeps just fine but it wakes up consistently a certain period of time after it sleeps no matter if the mouse or anything else has been altered. That can get annoying as it sends a pop through the speakers when it wakes up and such. Final con is that the HD access light on the front is rather bright blue which is not a big deal when it's constant but blinking in the dark gets to look a bit like a police car.

TL;DR: Great board, has lots of useful ports that make it adaptable to a variety of situations. Watch out for strange sleeping behavior but that may very well be my set up and not the fault of this board.
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Just the size and features i needed for two projects. With 8 GB of memory and Windows Home Server 2011 i made a nice home server for my small business; then with another if this cards and 16gb or memory i made a Windows 8 64-bit PC that runs sooo great after installing a nVidia GTX 660.

PROS:
4 dims for memory
Sata III
USB 3
Small m-ATX size.

CONS:
Well, ppl say the FM1 socket is dead... still this works for my needs.
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By R. Szabo on December 7, 2012
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Great price for the money ,love that it has everything I need on a small board,HDMI and it is fast
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By Travis S. on November 26, 2012
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Searching for a good FM1 motherboard, and any nowadays really, is like a minefield. Each motherboard has a portion of people who got faulty units, or had something seriously wrong with them. Looking at those reviews makes you not want to buy a board at all and just stick with what you've got... But when I started comparing features between various motherboards, ignoring the few that got bad units, I found that this was the best value for money at the time. The UEFI bios and USB3 are very good, although some of the additional features are a bit half baked. For example, in order to boot off a USB drive in order to use a Windows 7 recovery disc I had to go into "legacy boot order" and set the non-UEFI boot option of the flash drive (there's UEFI and non-UEFI) to be the first boot device, then set that partition as the primary boot device on the regular list of boot devices. It took me about an hour and a half to figure this out at 1:00 in the morning...
Additionally, I was never able to overclock my Kinsgton Hyperx RAM to 1600 mhz, it kept reverting to 1333. I haven't tried the T-overclocker software, but bio-remote is a bit sketchy to say the least. While it's fun to play around with for about three minutes, you soon realize it's absolutely pointless. The only random piece of software this came with that I though was interesting was the tool that allows you to change the bios boot screen. This allowed me to plaster the same annoying picture of Haruhi Suzymiya throughout every layer of my computer from startup to login.
Overall, if you can get this board at a decent price, and you want to build a cheap HTPC like I was, I would recommend this board as long as you know its limitations and quirks.
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