Tuesday, November 19th 2013

MSI Full FM2+ Military Class 4 Motherboards Available Now

MSI is pleased to announce a full line-up of FM2+ Military Class 4 motherboards featuring the new AMD A88X/A78/A55 chipset and FM2+ socket. These motherboards not only support the current FM2 Trinity and Richland APUs but are also ready for AMD's upcoming 4th generation Kaveri APU. AMD APUs are known for their excellent gaming and multi-media experience and support a wide range of display solutions.

4K UHD Output
Thanks to the AMD Kaveri APU and the MSI FM2+ motherboard native HDMI 1.4 connector it supports 4K resolutions (3840x2160) which provide much sharper and life-like images in combination with a 4K monitor.

Military Class 4 Components
Striving to provide consumers with the highest quality and most stable products, MSI utilizes its new Military Class 4 components for the all new MSI FM2+ series. These key components have all been certified to seven MIL-STD-810G tests to ensure stable operation under the harshest conditions.

OC Genie 4 & Click BIOS 4
Additionally, MSI's new FM2+ series motherboards are also equipped with innovating technologies like the one-second OC Genie 4 overclocking with two-stage performance settings, the 4th generation of the world's first graphical BIOS interface, Click BIOS 4 and the Control Center software that combines monitoring, tuning and remote controlling functionality.
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7 Comments on MSI Full FM2+ Military Class 4 Motherboards Available Now

#1
palibaya
I Hope MSI will have Micro-ATX FM2+ with this layout:


(Z87M-G43 without PCI slot)
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#2
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
ITX Plz
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#3
The Quim Reaper
Seems like a load of OTT marketing guff for what is essentially a low cost, budget CPU.
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#4
Tatty_One
Senior Moderator
by: The Quim Reaper
Seems like a load of OTT marketing guff for what is essentially a low cost, budget CPU.
So therefore if it's low cost more will buy it and therefore marketing the products makes perfect sense?
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#5
Hood
by: The Quim Reaper
Seems like a load of OTT marketing guff for what is essentially a low cost, budget CPU.
A processor's relevance to the market isn't limited to "flagship" products. If Kaveri APUs are successful it will be because they hit the right balance between computing performance, graphics performance, and price. Most people don't need a more powerful CPU for everyday use, and the on-die GPU keeps getting better, so more will decide to go this route instead of a dedicated graphics card if they're on a tight budget. A $150 APU should certainly outsell a $120 i3 + $110 dGPU combination, if the performance is similar. The market hype which precedes each new release is always overdone in the hope that this one will be the magic bullet that changes the entire budget PC landscape, at least in the eyes of the buying public. Kaveri may turn out to be the generation that finally gets close enough to be very relevant in this market segment. Even I, a die-hard Intel builder, have been considering using APUs for my budget builds. Richland didn't quite make the cut, like Trinity and Llano before it, but who knows? I hope they close the gap this time; Intel will have to respond with price cuts, and the consumer wins whatever they buy.
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#6
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
what makes this military?
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#7
NeoXF
Oh c'mon MSI, where the Hell is your FM2+ Gaming series? I guess they don't want my money...
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