Biostar launches motherboard based on AMD 770 chipset

Biostar has announced the launch of its TA770 A2+ motherboard based on the AMD 770 chipset. The TA770 A2+ supports the upcoming AMD Phenom series multi-core processors, which support dual-channel DDR2-1066, bigger L3 cache and offer optimized overclocking ability.

The TA770 A2+ features HyperTransport 3.0 technology and PCI Express 2.0, which offers data transfer speeds of 5GT/s, noted Biostar.

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I wish they stuck with ONE socket for YEARS like Intel does with the LGA775. I have having up grade MBs every time I want a new CPU. Flash the BIOS, and call it good for a new CPU. :-(

RAID 0 said,
I wish they stuck with ONE socket for YEARS like Intel does with the LGA775. I have having up grade MBs every time I want a new CPU. Flash the BIOS, and call it good for a new CPU. :-(

You can use a AM2+ CPU in an AM2 socket, you just don't get HT3.0, PCI-E 2.0 and Split-Power Planes.

Athernar said,

You can use a AM2+ CPU in an AM2 socket, you just don't get HT3.0, PCI-E 2.0 and Split-Power Planes.

Yeah, I know that. I was referring to socket 754 and 939. I hope they keep the same grid layout for some time to come.