MSI P7N SLI Platinum (750i) Motherboard Review

Motherboards/Intel S775 by geoffrey @ 2008-06-22

In this review we take a look at this affordable NVIDIA 750i based motherboard from MSI. It allows you to build an SLI gaming system powered by an Intel S775 CPU. Is this product good enough for the enthusiast? We compare its performance to an X38 based S775 board and also let you explore the BIOS of the MSI with our virtual tour.

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Micro Star International was founded 22 years ago, back in 1986. From then on MSI grew to become one of the world largest mainboard manufacturer as well as being a market leader in the video card industry. But there is more, MSI is specialized in the server industry, notebooks, barebone systems, add-on cards, communication and many more consumer electronics. When you go visit your nearby computer retailer the chance that you stumble upon a MSI product is very real, not just because MSI offers a wide range of products but also because of their large availability in the entire world. Everyone who has done something with computers probable recognize these three letters in group.

Today MSI presents us their newest addition to their motherboard products. Named the P7N SLI Platinum, MSI offers a NVIDIA SLI compatible mainboard for the Intel LGA775, with high availability and mainstream prices in mind MSI might have a bestseller in hand. We all know why the P965 and P35 were so popular, right? Well this could be just like it:

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MSI P7N SLI Platinum || Intel LGA 775 || NVIDIA 750i chipset || Price: ~ € 100


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Let's have a closer look at MSI's offering ->
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Comment from Massman @ 2008/06/22
Said it already, but I just love the bios thing
Comment from Cranox @ 2008/06/23
Fault detected
Second page :
ABIT Fatal1ty FP-IN9-SLI: Board overview

must be MSI P7N SLI Platinum (750i)

Comment from jmke @ 2008/06/23
Comment from Faiakes @ 2008/06/23
Actually, I have this board and it allows me to OC my E6750 to 3.2GHz (8x400 bus) with no additional vCore!
Comment from geoffrey @ 2008/06/25
So you found it as easy in use as I did?