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MSI launches AMD 785G-based motherboards
Press release; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 6 August 2009]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has recently launched AMD 785G chipset-based motherboards. The MSI 785G series motherboards feature MSI's Active Phase Switching (APS) technology to allow automatic power-usage adjustment based on system loading, the company highlighted.

The motherboards are also equipped with Easy OC Switch, which allows users to achieve higher performance from processor with a click of the button, MSI said.

The MSI 785G motherboards are integrated with AMD's ATI Radeon HD 4200 GPU, and provide an HDMI port for audio and video output.

MSI 785G-E65 motherboard: Specifications

Item

Detail

Socket

AM3

CPU support

Up to AMD Phenom II series processors

HyperTransport bus

Up to 5.2GT/s

Chipset

AMD 785G+SB710

Memory

DDR3 800/1066/1333/1600

Memory channel

Dual

DIMM slots

4

Max memory

16GB

IGP

ATI Radeon HD 4200

Sources: Company, compiled by Digitimes, August 2009

MSI 785G-E65 motherboard

MSI 785G-E65 motherboard
Photo: Company

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