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I could see it as a handy feature though, to see if the usb's are working or not. That was then followed by the plainess looking POST screen i have seen, no logos just bios revision, usb devices connected and drives connected. Heres the main pic of the BIOS: Installed windows MSI P43 Neo hurrah!

UserBenchmark: MSI P43 Neo-F (MS) Compatible Builds

The GPU was feeling the heat at around 95 degrees. After i installed drivers and everything i decided i'd have a play with overclocking. T Dynamic Overclocking technology which has some pretty crappy names like Sargent, Private etc etc and depending on which rank you chose the motherboard MSI P43 Neo upps the the fsb in relation to how much load is on the cpu. I didnt try it and decided to do it the manual way. The only thing i could not change was voltages which was always on auto. If you press the plus and minus keys where the number pad is, you can adjust the voltages, but there isnt a great range to chose from. It booted into windows no problem, so i thought to myself, wow decent board! Sure it looked stable but with the voltages set to auto the board was simply providing more voltage to the cpu when it needed it.

I checked CPU-z and apparently the board was feeding the cpu around 1. If you factor in vdroop you probally have the motherboard trying to MSI P43 Neo the cpu around 1. So i returned to stock and left MSI P43 Neo like that. I did a simple google and didnt find how to unlock the the voltages.


This cooling system copes MSI P43 Neo its responsibilities well: During typical office activities they remain barely warm. So there is nothing surprising about the fact that you can find similar models.

Unexpectedly, there are only two Pbased products. The second motherboard belongs to the advanced Neo3 series.


What concerns representatives of P45, we've found a nearly identical motherboard -- P45 Neo. Judging by specifications, chipset is its only difference. That is, considering the above-said, MSI P43 Neo no different at all.

MSI P43 Neo (MS-7519) Motherboard

Well, the Pbased model supports the MHz bus a tad more "officially". The edges are loose, so installing memory modules is not convenient. This system is simplified significantly even compared to the usual design in budget motherboards: Unfortunately, as it often happens MSI P43 Neo new products, MSI software for system monitoring and overclocking does not fully support this motherboard yet. At the same time, we traditionally use SpeedFan for this purpose, and this program offers a much longer list of parameters monitored by the Fintek chip: However, some values are far from true, so you have to introduce corrections, which will hopefully be provided by updated proprietary utilities. Update CPU Micro Code.

- Update NB module. - Fixed system cannot resume from S3 when set OC to 5%. Version. Release Date. Description. Socket; CPU (Max Support); Baseclock/Hyper Transport; Chipset; DDR2 Memory; Memory Channel; DIMM Slots; Max Memory (GB); PCI-E x16; PCI-E Gen.

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