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Published on May 24th, 2011 | by Dan

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>MSI Gives Us a Peak at a Bulldozer Motherboard

>O baby. This one has me psyched. Or disappointed as they let slip that Bulldozer is probably not coming until fall. This board looks fantastic. It has like 75 heat sinks on it and a built in “OC Genie” that will automatically overclock your CPU for you.

Not much else to say on this one, but there is a link in the article to a video showing the new board.
MaximumPC previews a Bulldozer Mobo

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2 Responses to >MSI Gives Us a Peak at a Bulldozer Motherboard

  1. Mike says:

    >Well, my MSI board was only supposed to be a sort of temporary board until I could get all my shit together and then upgrade to a better USB 3, 4x DIMM and 2x PCIe x16 board. But, this does look promising, hopefully it will be better than my current experience from MSI. Their DIMM slot placement is so screwed up, don't ever buy mATX is probably a tip i'll go by now. I have 2x 2GB DDR3 1333MHz Corsair RAM and I can only use 1 slot because the first DIMM is too close to my CPU cooler, (Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro rev 2) which is quite a big cooler. But, you get what you pay for, should've looked into things more before I bought this board, good thing that during my buying process I became way more technically experienced and learnt to look into my parts a bit more. Love what you three bros are doing here, bringing PC knowledge to the masses! Keep up the awesome work and I hope to see a triplebromentary from you all soon. Please?

  2. nicky74me says:

    >Looks EPIC! Hoping the price isn't crazy tho.

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