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MSI Computer P67A-GD65 Intel P67 Motherboard - FIRST LOOK

MSI Computer P67A-GD65 Intel P67 Motherboard - FIRST LOOK - PCSTATS
Abstract: If I say ClickBIOS, Military Class II, OC Genie II or Control Center II there's really no need to mention anything else, is there? We'll explain the four key features MSI is touting, first a little background to set the mood....
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External Mfg. Website: MSI Dec 24 2010   Max Page  
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Up Close with the MSI P67A-GD65 Motherboard

Clearance is good around the CPU socket.

When it comes time to overclocking the Intel Sandy Bridge processor, you'll be thankful you read this line and bought one of the unlocked Intel K-series chips. An unlocked socket 1155 processor coupled with MSI OC Genie II will enable automatic overclocking at the push of a button.

The CMOS reset button is located on the rear I/O. Here are the power/reset buttons and the OC Genie II automatic overclocking button. The board also features dual BIOS's in case something goes wrong during a flash.

Just two USB 3.0 ports on the MSI P67A-GD65 motherboard's rear I/O. Good for now, but down the road you'll be thankful the board ships with a bracket offering two more USB 3.0 ports.

USB 3.0 bracket.

While USB 2.0's 480Mb/s maximum bandwidth was enough for many years, USB 3.0 (above in blue) expands the bandwidth to a whopping 4.8Gb/s (4800Mb/s) which is more appropriate for today's large mass storage devices. Much of this speed improvement is due to USB 3.0 being a bi-directional bus, meaning it can transfer information to a device and to a host computer simultaneously.

USB 3.0 via a JMicron controller

The MSI P67A-GD65 Motherboard for Intel 32nm Sandy Bridge processors.

That concludes PCSTATS First Look at the MSI P67A-GD65 Intel P67 motherboard. Stay tuned for the full review in the coming days... if there's anything special you'd like PCSTATS to test out on the P67A-GD65 in particular, please send us your request.

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Contents of Article: MSI P67A-GD65
 Pg 1.  MSI Computer P67A-GD65 Intel P67 Motherboard - FIRST LOOK
 Pg 2.  Hands on with the MSI P67A-GD65 Motherboard
 Pg 3.  — Up Close with the MSI P67A-GD65 Motherboard

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