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    Default SNEAK PEAK at MSI Z77 boards!!

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    MSI has displayed two of its upcoming motherboards based on Intelís Z77 chipset at the CES 2012 event. These include the High End Z77A-GD80 and Mid-End Z77A-GD65 motherboards which would feature the LGA1155 socket (Intel Z77 Chipset) to allow support for Intelís upcoming Ivy Bridge Processors launching in April 2012.

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    The MSI Z77A-GD80 uses a 14-Phase VRM to power the CPU which is provided juice through an 8 Pin Connector. The board features MSIís Military Class Components which include DrMOSII, High C- Caps and Super Ferrite Chokes to allow for huge overclocks. Four DIMM slots allow for Dual Channel DDR3 32GB Memory Support with frequencies upto 2667Mhz+ (O.C). Expansion slots include three PCI-e x16 3.0 slots supporting CrossfireX and SLI Multi GPU support, 4 PCI-e x1 3.0 slots. Storage includes 4 Sata 6Gbps and 4 Sata 3Gbps ports while I/O connectors include 4-USB 3.0, HDMI, SPDIF, PS/2, VGA, Firewire, BIOS Reset switch, 7.1 Audio Jack powered by THX TruStudio Port and Intel Thunderbolt Port.

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    The Z77A-GD65 is pretty much the same board only with a weaker power phase featuring 9-Power Phases, Other specs remain the same. Both boards are in development stage, Weíll see better heatsink designs in the final retail models in the upcoming months.

    will have to work extra if i want an IVY setup

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    Next thing to know, price and if its legit, so going for it.

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    well for now 1 thing is legit...GD65 will be $30 less tha GD80

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    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
    well for now 1 thing is legit...GD65 will be $30 less tha GD80
    What both their price ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
    well for now 1 thing is legit...GD65 will be $30 less tha GD80
    Well for one thing, I would like to see some 990FXA GD80 heat sink slapped on top of them. The current heatsink(s) are so poor on both the GD65/GD80 for the SB series.

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