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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

36. MSI - Page 2

MSI

For the AMD CPUs enthusiasts, MSI offers several motherboards, based on the new NVidia's nForce4 chipset.

This is the K8N Diamond SLI motherboard, featuring advance cooling system. Unfortunately, the motherboard uses a small interface card to use two cards in dual SLI mode, meaning that the SLI mode cannot be set through the BIOS.

The K8N Neo4 Platinum uses the new NVidia nForce4 Ultra chipset, aimed for the AMD Athlon 64 and AMD Athlon FX CPUs.

And finally, the micro BTX K8NMB motherboard, using again the NVidia nForce4 Ultra chipset.




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