We are pretty certain we saw a prototype of this motherboard at the MSI booth during Computex but we can't be certain - it may have been using a different chipset, though.
Nevertheless, MSI has just taken the covers off its P45-8D "Memory Lover" motherboard based on Intel's P45 Express chipset. It supports a mammoth 16GB of DDR2 (using 4 x 4GB modules) or 8GB of DDR3 (using 4 x 2GB modules).
P45-8D Memory Lover comes with the cooling heat-pipe design with high thermal efficiency to rule out the heat of the North Bridge and South Bridge quickly, ensuring better stability than other same level products. In addition, P45-8D Memory Lover also comes with the "Memory Identifier" and "Memory Runner" design.
The Memory Identifier is function for digital switch, which provide the best memory transmission signals also upgrade the memory compatibility and performance. The Memory Runner is function for memory voltage switch. It enhances the ease of overclocking process and ensures the memory can boot successfully on overclocking and over-voltage.
You can find out more over at the press release, which we just uploaded, over here.
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