MSI unveils their first 790FX board

Phenom-ready K9A2 Platinum.

| Nov 6, 2007 at 2:57 pm CST
Shortly after seeing the likes of ASUS and GIGABYTE jumping the gun on motherboards based around AMD's new Phenom-ready AM2+ chipsets, MSI have just jumped on the bandwagon and dished up a press release detailing a variant of their own, the K9A2 Platinum.

Not unlike the other 790FX boards, the K9A2 Platinum is quad-core and CrossFireX ready, and uses the new HyperTransport 3.0 bus. MSI have also added their unique Dual CoreCell chip for easy software controlled monitoring and adjustments on the fly. MSI's "Circu-Pipe" heat-pipe cooling system has also been implemented for superior heat dissipation across the board.

Grab the announcement here for further details.

Have you ever heard about AM2+ Quad-Core CPU? Do you want the latest AM2+ ready motherboard to be able to install all AM2+ Quad-Core/Dual-Core high performance CPU as your gaming platform or home entertainment PC? Before the AM2+ CPU family has been launched, MSI has already come up with many products for gaming and heavy multi-tasking users. This latest upcoming product comes with exciting features such as AMD native Quad-Core solutions, and Generation 2 PCI-Express design. "K9A2 Platinum is the best Multi CrooFire and Quad Core solution on AMD platform", said Vincent Lai, the MSI worldwide marketing director.

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