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MSi G41M-P33


$71.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:One of the few LGA 775 boards to support DDR3 RAM. Very low price point makes this a suitable choice for those not concerned with having the newest technology. OC switch offers simple, no-fuss overclocking to those not familiar with the process.

The Cons:Pretty outdated as it supports the LGA 775 socket type. Limited RAM support--only up to 8GB. Limited number of rear USB ports (4).

The MSi G41M-P33 is a motherboard that supports Intel Core 2 Quad and Intel Core 2 Duo based processors. It is also capable to supporting the Intel next generation 45nm multi-core processors. Because of limitations in the chipset, this model does not support Windows 98 or ME editions.

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It comes equipped with the Intel G41 chipset, which supports Microsoft DirectX 10, or the Intel ICH7 chipset, which offers a hi-speed USB 2.0 controller, capable of supporting up to 8 ports. This motherboard can handle up to 8GB of memory, and supports 2 unbuffered DIMM of 1.5volt DD3 DRAM. The mainboard BIOS supports Plug&Play BIOS, which can detect any added external cards or peripheral devices automatically.

Features

  • motherboard
  • supports Intel Core 2 Quad and Intel Core 2 Duo processors
  • supports Intel next generation 45nm multi-core processors
  • does NOT support Windows 98 or ME
  • Intel G41 chipset or Intel ICH7 chipset
  • 8GB memory
  • supports 2 unbuffered DIMM of 1.5volt DD3 DRAM
  • ports for LAN, keyboard, mouse, graphics card
  • 6in1 audio jack
  • 4 USB 2.0 ports
  • Plug&Play BIOS
  • Live Update 4
  • 6 mounting holes

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Pros
  • 2

    One of the few LGA 775 boards to support DDR3 RAM.

  • 1

    Very low price point makes this a suitable choice for those not concerned with having the newest technology.

  • 1

    OC switch offers simple, no-fuss overclocking to those not familiar with the process.

  • 1

    Excellent BIOS--well laid out, fully featured.

  • 0

    Can handle far more intense overclocking than the built-in settings with separate software.

Cons
  • 1

    Pretty outdated as it supports the LGA 775 socket type.

  • 1

    Limited RAM support--only up to 8GB.

  • 1

    Limited number of rear USB ports (4).

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