MSI reveals their latest mainboard!

"MSI reveals the Military certified mainboard, USB3.0 and SATA 6GB/s transfer speed and unlocking technology!"

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MSI bring their new 890FXA-GD70 mainboard to the table. The board is designed to fulfil the most critical demands of power users for audio, video and overclocking. The board comes with Military class components certified by the US department of defence, using MSI’s unique O C Genie overclocking tool. Containing USB3.0 with SATA 6GB/s transfer speeds giving double the speed of traditional SATA II!
Clearly a mainboard aimed at the pc enthusiasts and advanced users who want the best performance possible with overclocking capabilities.

The unlock CPU core technology is a huge plus here, some CPU’s that you can buy come with hidden CPU cores. In a few easy steps the MSI unlock CPU core technology will unleash the CPU’s hidden core, which you can gain up to 104% on your performance with.

Overall the MSI 890FXA-GD70 comes with the latest technology, boasting some amazing specifications and certified by the Military. It will be interesting to see how far you can push this board and how it matches up compared to the latest ASUS equivalent.

No pricing information has been given yet but expect to see the 890FXA-GD70 hit retail soon.

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MSI reveals their latest mainboard!

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04-04-2010, 09:15:39

ok i got a new HDD yesterday of my dad so i plugged it in and reinstalled windows 7 and now windows doesnt show my new HDD in windows hard drive stations and i did formatted it but it does shows up in device manager but i cant seem to locate it :S and its doing my head in do you guys know whats going on at the moment and i tryed a other OS also and on that it does show up under hard drive stations shows my partitions but it does not on windows 7 it only shows my 320 gb and my 80 gb but not the other 300 gb one only on device manager :S

04-04-2010, 09:44:05

Is it initialised and formatted? In disk manager the partitions should have a BLUE highlight/border

look here:

hit windows button
right click on my computer
disk manager

04-04-2010, 10:38:23

thanks timnytomlogan gonna try that :D

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