Thursday, February 27th 2014

MSI Launches Three FM2+ A58-Based Motherboards

MSI, world leader in motherboards, launches 3 new AMD A58 series FM2+ socket based motherboards, the MSI A58-G41 PC Mate, MSI A58M-E35 and MSI A58M-E33. The MSI A58 motherboards support the new AMD Kaveri APU and are backwards compatible with FM2 processors (Richland and Trinity). Featuring onboard LAN, PCI Express 3.0 and multiple display support, the MSI AMD A58 series motherboards presents a rich blend of features and technologies offering the most stable and best cost/performance solution available.

The best solution for small, efficient internet & office PCs
MSI A58 series motherboards are available in ATX and microATX form factors and offer a great choice in connectivity with a Dothill RAID controller, onboard LAN, PCI Express 3.0, SATA and up to 12 USB ports. Featuring a wide variety of multimedia solutions such as H.264 hardware decoding and encoding, support for 4K UHD video, Blu-Ray playback and 8-channel HD Audio through HDMI it also offers everything you need for multimedia use.

When combined with today's processors featuring advanced integrated graphics, such as Kaveri, MSI A58 motherboards support triple display configurations. MSI A58 series motherboards are ready for 4K UHD resolution with support up to 4096 x 2160. 4K UHD and triple display support deliver an amazing experience when watching movies and playing games. All this is available at a very attractive price point making MSI A58 series motherboards the most comprehensive and best cost/performance solution available.

Military Class 4: The Most Stable Military Class Components
MSI uses award-winning Military Class 4 components. Military Class 4 is the next step in high quality components. Hi-C CAPs, Solid CAPs, Dark CAPs, together with SFC and Dark Chokes ensure your PC runs stable under extreme conditions. These key components have all passed military testing ensuring stable operation in the harshest environments.

Military Class Essentials
The core of Military Class 4 is based on the essential elements which increase your stability in the worst conditions. Humidity protection and high temperature protection ensure system stability in each environment, no matter what. The new structure of the PCB limits EMI emission. On top of that, all connectors have ESD protection in order to prevent short-circuiting.

OC Genie 4, Click BIOS 4 & Command Center
The MSI A58 series motherboards are equipped with many exclusive new technologies, including the one-second overclocking OC Genie 4, the easy to use Click BIOS 4 and the Command Center software that combines features such as monitoring, tuning and controlling of your hardware. The unprecedented level of flexibility and control offered in MSI's unique hard- and software design puts you in the driver's seat of your motherboards configuration.
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8 Comments on MSI Launches Three FM2+ A58-Based Motherboards

#1
micropage7
MSI A58M-E35 looks pretty nice, still compact
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#3
Jorge
by: Static~Charge
No SATA 6Gb/s?

No USB 3.0?

No thanks....
NO need for either for another 2-3 years at least.
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#4
Marty 1480
by: Jorge
NO need for either for another 2-3 years at least.
Not if your system uses SSDs (SATA 3) or external NAND storage (USB3).
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#5
xorbe
@Jorge - No need for USB3, are you serious? Do you actually plug any storage into USB?
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#6
Static~Charge
by: Jorge
NO need for either for another 2-3 years at least.
Maybe in your computer....
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#7
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Lack of SATA 6Gb/s and USB3.0 is a limitation of the chipset. The A58 chipset doesn't have native SATA 6Gb/s and USB3.0 support.

It also isn't really necessary for this class of board. If you want SATA 6Gb/s and USB3.0 get an A78/A88 board, both have native SATA 6Gb/s and USB3.0 support.
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Static~Charge
by: newtekie1
Lack of SATA 6Gb/s and USB3.0 is a limitation of the chipset. The A58 chipset doesn't have native SATA 6Gb/s and USB3.0 support.
I know that. The lack of these features limits the boards' potential. You'd be better off spending another $10-15 on an A78 or A85 board.
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