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MSi G41M-E43


$82.00 Released December, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Runs very fast, good communication with the CPU. Tech support is well informed, very helpful. Instructions are detailed enough for most setups, well written.

The Cons:Unusually low number of PCI slots. Software installer doesn't work right most of the time, need to have Windows find the drivers on the disc. Video driver setup is tricky, can easily be done wrong requiring an OS reinstall.

The MSi G41M-E43 is a motherboard that is capable of supporting Intel Core 2 Quad and Core 2 Duo based processors. It also supports Intel next generation multi-core processors. Because of chipset limitations, it does not support Windows 98 or ME editions.

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This model comes with the Intel G41 chipset, which comes with the Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator, or the Intel ICH7 chipset, which comes with a high-speed USB 2.0 controller, capable of supporting up to 8 ports. It can handle a maximum of 8GB or memory, and can support 2 unbuffered DIMM of 1.5volt DRAM. This motherboard offers ports for LAN, keyboard, mouse, 6in1 audio jack, 4 USB 2.0 ports, and an HDMI port. The mainboard BIOS offers Plug&Play BIOS, which automatically detects when peripheral devices or expansion cards are plugged in.

Features

  • motherboard
  • Intel Core 2 Quad or Core 2 Duo processors
  • Intel next generation multi-core processors
  • does NOT support Windows 98 or ME
  • Intel G41 chipset or Intel ICH7 chipset
  • 8GB memory size
  • supports 2 unbuffered DIMM of 1.5volt DRAM
  • ports for LAN, keyboard, mouse, 6in1 audio jack, 4 USB 2.0 ports, HDMI
  • Plug&Play BIOS
  • 6 mounting holes

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    runs very fast, good communication with the CPU

  • 1

    tech support is well informed, very helpful

  • 1

    instructions are detailed enough for most setups, well written

  • 1

    overclocking is easy and well-supported in the BIOS

Cons
  • 1

    unusually low number of PCI slots

  • 1

    software installer doesn't work right most of the time, need to have Windows find the drivers on the disc

  • 1

    video driver setup is tricky, can easily be done wrong requiring an OS reinstall

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