Summary: Today we will be looking at one of Biostar’s socket FM1 motherboards that is targeted at the mainstream computer market with an affordable price tag. This motherboard is for the Fusion A series and E2 series processors featuring the new AMD A75 (Hudson D3) chipset.
Summary: After playing with the Biostar TA75A+, we find it a mixed bag of results. The design is really good and efficient, and the color scheme offered is looking fantastically nice on an entry-level product, and a welcome surprise.
Pros: Full UEFI BIOS, Support for 3TB+ drives, Nice, complete color scheme, Affordable pricing, Intergrated USB 3.0 for maximum performance, Onboard Power/Reset switches and POST display
Cons: Running memory at 1866 MHz seems impossible, BIOS options not truly ready for decent overclocking, Not all software functioning properly, No way to update BIOS with tools currently on disc, Very limited memory compatibility with current BIOS, Provided yellow SATA cables really diverge from the bo...