NVIDIA's new GeForce 7050PV and nForce 630a finds a home in Biostar's TF7050-M2

Biostar silently launched its latest Socket AM2 motherboard based around NVIDIA’s latest GeForce 7050PV and nForce 630a chipset, the TF7050-M2. NVIDIA’s GeForce 7050PV and nForce 630a, previously known as MCP68, introduces a new GeForce 7-series derived graphics core and HDMI output capabilities to AMD’s Socket AM2 platform.

The new GeForce 7-series based graphics core offers two pixel-pipelines, half the amount on AMD’s 690-series IGP product. NVIDIA clocks the GPU at 425 MHz. New to the GeForce 7050PV and nForce 630a is native HDMI output capabilities.

Biostar equips the TF7050-M2 with an HDCP compatible HDMI output for Blu-ray and HD DVD video playback. The native HDMI output allows the GeForce 7050PV and nForce 630a to deliver video output resolutions up to 1080p and high-definition audio from a single cable. TV and VGA outputs are also available on the Biostar TF7050-M2.

A Realtek ALC888 audio codec delivers high-definition audio capabilities. The Biostar TF7050-M2 supports eight analog audio output channels in addition to the HDMI audio output capabilities. Other notable features of the Biostar TF7050-M2 include one PCIe x16, one PCIe x1, two PCI, four SATA 3.0 Gbps ports, one IDE and Gigabit Ethernet.

Pricing on the Biostar TF7050-M2 hovers around $89 USD with immediate availability from major online retailers.

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