Biostar N3150NH




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By on 92

Well then it's time to wrap up and deliver a conclusion. I have talked a great deal this year, about the Mini-ITX platform, we've had more mini products here to review than ever, especially cases. The area we have focused on the most is building a...

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The Biostar N3150NH retails for a very attractive $69.99. That puts it in the price range of just about any DIYer. Though with only two SATA ports a file server would be a bit limited, but a home theater PC or net-top would not be out of the question. I...

By MadShrimps on

By including the Celeron N3150 Braswell SoC from Intel, the BIOSTAR N3150NH board takes part of the low-end segment and we can clearly see that from the benchmarks we have ran, since the performance per core is quite low, the Celeron 3205U we have found...

By Modders-Inc on

Computers have become so ubiquitous in daily life that it is absurd to think that the very concept of having one in every household was considered a joke a mere 35-years ago. Back then, the concept of personal computing, let alone connected computing,...

International Review By on 85

Overall, the Biostar N3150NH is a solid combo product for quick and easy applications that demand low power and won't see much performance requirement. We recommend the Biostar N3150NH for hobbyist looking to build a home server, NAS, or low-power...