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Z77AG45
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MSI Z77A-G45

Socket H2(1155); ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Overclocking- / Turbo Function, …

In this price range you'll have a hard time finding anything better than MSI's Z77A-G45, a remarkable offering that wowed Expert Reviews with its good connectivity, great overclocking

1 review

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 2/2013 MSI Z77A-G45 The feature set of the Z77A-G45 belies its affordable price tag. Bargain of the year? … to review

Z87-G-45 Gaming
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MSI Z87-G45 Gaming

Socket 1150; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Integrated graphics chip, SLI-Crossfire …

Few mid-range Z87 motherboards offer the feature set and overclocking capabilities of MSI's Z87-G45 Gaming, making it an excellent choice for enthusiasts in Bit-tech's opinion. It lacks …

1 review | 23 opinions (Excellent)

 

7851-010R Z87I
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MSI Z87I

Socket 1150; Mini-ITX; Features: Wi-Fi, Integrated graphics chip

The very competitive price tag of the Z87I means there are some concessions attached to it, such as its less-than-stellar performance both at stock speeds and when overclocked, or its slightly …

1 review

 

 
Z87GD65 Gaming
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MSI Z87-GD65 Gaming

Socket 1150; ATX; Features: Diagnostic Display, Dual BIOS, Start-Reset Button

The affordable price tag of the Z87-GD65 Gaming shows through in its cheapish back panel, lack of DisplayPort and stingy six USB ports, but that aside, this is actually an excellent offering that …

1 review | 25 opinions (Excellent)

 

Z87 X-Power
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MSI Z87 XPower

Socket 1150; Features: Wi-Fi, SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start-Reset Button, Overclocking- …

Those who are able to afford the Z87 XPower are unlikely to be disappointed. It's not a particularly spectacular performer out of the box, so it needs some tweaking to reach its true potential,

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 10/2013 MSI Z87 XPower It's one of the most expensive motherboards on the market, but can the MSI Z87 XPower justify its obscene price tag? … to review

Z87G43
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MSI Z87-G43

Socket 1150; ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

While MSI's Z87-G43 allows you to use AMD's Crossfire multi-GPU technology, it lacks support for SLI, something that could be vital for some users. However, its overclocking potential is …

1 review | 6 opinions (Excellent)

 

Z-77 Mpower
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MSI Z77 Mpower

LGA1155; ATX; Features: SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start-Reset Button, Diagnostic Display, …

Despite the fact that the Z77 chipset is already a year old, it's still a superb option that holds its own well against the newer Z78, and the sub-£150 price of MSI's Z77 MPower makes it …

1 review

 

MSI 990FXA-GD65
MSI 990FXA-GD65

Socket AM3; ATX

There is little competition on the market for MSI's excellent 990FXA-GD65, one of the best performers Expert Reviews have tested. It sports less features than Asus' Crosshair V Formula, but

2 reviews | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 2/2012 MSI 990FXA-GD65 The 990FXA-GD65 is an impressively specced motherboard with loads of features and multi-GPU support. … to review

MSI 890FXA-GD70
MSI 890FXA-GD70

Socket AM3; ATX; Features: Heatpipes

Although the 890FXA-GD70 is expensive, it justifies its price thanks to the impressive amount of features it packs, such as chassis intrusion detection, core unlocking, different overclocking methods …

4 reviews

 

MSI Z77A-GD65
MSI Z77A-GD65

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button

As the upcoming Ivy Bridge generation has yet to be released, it is hard to tell how effective the MSI Z77A-GD65 will be. TechRadar think the default clocks and settings haven't advanced from …

1 review | 10 opinions (Above average)

 

 
MSI E350IA-E45
MSI E350IA-E45

Mini-ITX; Features: Integrated processor, Integrated graphics chip

Graphics can suffer when using HDMI instead of DVI, as the image can be underscanned or overscanned, though the connector for HDMI is smaller. Micro Mart blame these HDMI issues on AMD, but say in …

1 review

 

A75MAG55
MSI A75MA-G55

Socket FM1; Micro-ATX; Features: Overclocking- / Turbo Function, Integrated graphics chip

Micro Mart's 'Editor's Choice' is the cheapest board on test together with Foxconn's offering, but it offers superb value for money. Build quality is excellent, its feature

4 reviews

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 7/2011 MSI A75MA-G55 Since CPUs with integrated graphics chips started being all the rage again, thus freeing up a significant amount of motherboard space, the microATX form factor has experienced quite a comeback. … to review

MSI Z68A-GD65 (G3)
MSI Z68A-GD65 (G3)

Socket H2(1155), LGA1155; ATX; Features: Built-in Operating System

If you are currently in the market for a Z68 motherboard, it's well worth buying one that has next generation features, such as the MSI Z68A-GD65 G3. Expert Reviews point out that the price is

1 review

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 3/2012 MSI Z68A-GD65 G3 The ability to handle the most recent graphics cards at their full bandwidth, with thanks to a pair of third-gen PCI-Express x16 slots, makes the Z68A-GD65 from MSI about as future-proof as possible. … to review

Z68AGD65 B3
MSI Z68A-GD65 (B3)

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

As far as features are concerned, there's little to fault in the Z68A-GD65 (B3), since it's a product designed for enthusiasts. In fact, TechRadar pointed out, regular users will probably

3 reviews

 

More information at: IT Reviews, 7/2011 MSI Z68A-GD65 Like the earlier P67A-GD65, the Z68A-GD65 is an LGA1155-compatible motherboard, but the chipset here is not the P67 but rather the latest Z68, which offers some interesting new features. … to review

H-67-MA-E-35
MSI H67MA-E35

LGA1155; Micro-ATX

The H67MA-E35 from MSI has a more premium look than other micro-ATX motherboards, as it looks more like a smaller version of a regular ATX. Micro Mart found it easy to install into a PC, as …

1 review

 

P67AGD53 B3 Stepping
MSI P67A-GD53 (B3)

Socket H2(1155); ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Heatpipes, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

A fantastic price and a series of features normally found only in high-end motherboards make the P67A-GD53 worthy of two PC Pro awards. It might not be the most sophisticated board on the market and

2 reviews | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: PC Pro, 5/2011 MSI P67A-GD53 Motherboards bearing Intel's P67 chipset and LGA 1155 processor socket have put their recall woes behind them and are beginning to flow out. The MSI P67A-GD53 bears the all-important B3 stepping that signifies an up-to-date, working board. … to review

Z-77-A-G-43
MSI Z77A-G43

Socket H2(1155), LGA1155; ATX

Although the MSI Z77A-G43 performs poorly when compared to other boards which use the Z77 reference design, it is a lot cheaper. The stock speed is quite slow and it isn't great at overclocking.

1 review | 16 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 6/2012 MSI Z77A-G43 Can a wallet friendly motherboard peform well? The affordable MSI Z77A-G43 board is based on Intel's premium chipset but have corners been cut? … to review

P67 Big Bang Marshal (B3)
MSI P67 Big Bang Marshal

LGA1155; eATX; Features: Diagnostic Display, Heatpipes, Overclocking- / Turbo Function, Start- …

TechRadar found that the MSI P67 Big Bang Marshal was a fantastic overclocker, and was actually the first board they've tested that would run stably past 5GHz. It's also multi-GPU …

1 review

 

P67AGD65
MSI P67A-GD65

LGA1155; ATX

"... Blimey, the MSI P67A-GD65 is a smart-looking piece of kit. ... It's tempting to complain that the £140 price is a bit steep, but this appears to be the going rate for Sandy Bridge …

3 reviews

 

MSI 890GXM-G65
MSI 890GXM-G65

Socket AM3; Micro-ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

Expert Reviews were really impressed with the all-round performance of the MSI 890GXM-G65. It did generally very well in their tests, although it couldn't quite cope with 3D gaming. Overall …

4 reviews

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

MSI P67A-GD55 Expert Reviews 3/2011 - At around £130, MSI’s P67A-GD55 costs almost twice as much as most of the LGA1155 motherboards we’ve reviewed, but has plenty of headers and expansion slots and a lot of overclocking options in. Its performance in our tests was fair, with an Overall score of 171.

MSI Media Live Diva TrustedReviews 6/2009 - Using the AMD Maui design, MSI's Media Live Diva 5.1 is a home theatre PC motherboard unlike any other. Built around the M780G chipset, it is the inclusion of a second audio chip, the D2Audio DAE-3 usually found in HDTVs that marks its unconventional status. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features and layout, performance, and value.

MSI 790GX-G65 TrustedReviews 5/2009 - New model numbering codes are the first noticeable improvement in MSI's 790GX-G65 motherboard, making identification far simpler, though still not entirely coherent. With an AMD 790GX chipset supporting Phenom II, this is a basic-featured board aimed at gaming. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features´and layout, performance and value.

MSI K9N2 SLI Platinum PC Pro 9/2008 - MSI pairs up with Nvidia to bring Hybrid SLI technology to AMD computers.

MSI K9N2 Diamond TrustedReviews 5/2008 - A very exciting advancement for motherboards. Is the Hybrid SLI as capable as many have claimed it to be?

MSI Big Bang Fuzion: Pulling The Covers Off Of Lucid's Hydra Tech : It Began With A Bang! Tom's Hardware 1/2010 - I’ve never designed, marketed, and then tried to sell my own product before, but I’d like to imagine that if I did, I’d start by considering the number of potential customers who’d line up to pay me for what I was offering. Perhaps that’s why I’m so amazed to see a technology I first saw in action more than a year ago ... productized in MSI’s Big Bang Fuzion motherboard.

MSI P55 GD65 Bit Tech 9/2009 - MSI's GD65 might not be the all feature encompassing GD80, but this performance P55 board still has the right mix of sexy looks and features to get all but the most hardcore overclocker really engaged. It still manages to carve a niche of hardware and design, yet remains distinct from its cheaper offerings unlike Gigabyte and Asus whose design is uniform from top to bottom. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features, performance and value.

MSI 790GX-G65 Computer Shopper 7/2009 - MSI's 790GX-G65 is the first AM3 motherboard to pass through Computer Shopper's reviews. The big change is support for DDR3 memory, though while it runs faster, its higher latencies diminish this advantage.

MSI 790GX-G65 PC Pro 4/2009 - Another arrival in the AM3 motherboard field with support for AMD's Phenom II is MSI's 790GX-G65 with DDR3 at up to 1,600MHz. Switches for overclocking, onboard power, reset and Clear CMOS are finishing touches on this well-specced board.

MSI X58 Pro Bit Tech 3/2009 - Over the past few months hardware enthusiasts all over the world have been periodically nipping onto etailer websites to see how many family members they would have to sell to be able to afford a new Core i7 rig. With the release of MSI's X58 Pro - which is a good £40 cheaper than most other models on the market - the platform is creeping closer and closer towards the realms of being affordable. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on performance, features and value.

MSI P6NGM Personal Computer World 3/2008 - MSI’s P6NGM is an ideal board to build a compact or home theatre PC around, especially the latter as it comes with a HDMI port on board.

MSI K9A2 Platinum motherboard Personal Computer World 2/2008 - This board provides support for AMD’s latest AM2+ processors as well as being fully backwards compatible with all AMD’s AM2 Athlon and Sempron CPUs. It’s also a first in that it supports Quadfire (four-way Crossfire) and SAS (serial attached SCSI).

MSI X48 Platinum TrustedReviews 12/2007 - We've only just reviewed the MSI X38 Diamond but it's already in danger of being replaced by the X48 Platinum. That sounds utterly ridiculous so what the heck's going on? The problem stems from Intel's roadmaps which rely on a steady release of products so we get 65nm Core 2 processors on a 1,066MHz front side bus, followed by 65nm on a 1,333MHz front side bus, then 45nm on 1,333MHz and next year the 45nm Penryn will move to a 1,600MHz front side bus.

MSI G965MDH Computer Shopper 6/2007 - Working with any Intel LGA775 processor, and with GMA X3000 graphics on board, the MSI MSI's G95MDH could be a solid choice of motherboard if you're not worried about games and don't want an external sound card.

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