Tuesday, October 23rd 2012

MSI AM3+ Mainboards Ready for the New 2012 AMD FX Processors

The world renowned mainboard manufacturer MSI announced that once the BIOS of MSI AM3+ mainboards have been updated, they will support newest 2012 FX Processor (Vishera). When used with MSI's exclusive OC Genie one-second overclock technology, the performance of the 2012 AMD FX Processor can be easy increased!

MSI's excellent R&D skills allow users to enjoy faster performance and experience the newest technologies. This is done by simply updating the BIOS to support new 2012 AMD FX Processor without having to buy a new compatible mainboard which proves that purchasing MSI mainboards is a safe choice.

List of models that support the new 2012 AMD FX Processor (Vishera)

For more information, please visit MSI website: http://event.msi.com/mb/2012/vishera/
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4 Comments on MSI AM3+ Mainboards Ready for the New 2012 AMD FX Processors

#1
Garage1217
No... not really. Check their mainboard bios availability. Hit and miss with vishera support.
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Fourstaff
by: Garage1217
No... not really. Check their mainboard bios availability. Hit and miss with vishera support.
They have until mid November to implement their updates
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Garage1217
Yeah very irritating. My 8350 will be in this week. Looks like a new mobo for me!
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Garage1217
Well they screwed me. Verified with two different techs, my AM3+ mobo the 890gxm-g65 will not get a bios upgrade to support Vishera. Even though on their site they claim "Fully Supports AMD AM3+ multicore processors" And it supports the 8150. They just do not feel like updating it even though technically it can support vishera.

Not cool MSI. But more than pleased to go back to Asus. Formula Z on the way!
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