When MSI contacted to review this sample, they asked me to talk about the following concepts: Military Class concept, OC Genie Lite and HTPC. The first one I'm not going to talk about as this is the field of marketing and not the field of reviewing, the second one I could talk about since it kind of deals with overclocking, but from experience I've learned that although the implementation of this technology does work, it's always better to do the overclocking yourself because of the safety issues involved with this kind of features. After all, the OC Genie Lite promises one-button stable overclocking and that promise cannot be broken, which means that in comparison to your own overclock, this feature will choose for less MHz and more Voltage.
The third subject is, obviously, something I will talk about. Not only because of the size of this mainboard (m-ATX), but also because I very recently tested the Clarkdale IGP technology in which I mentioned in the conclusion that AMD should just increase the clock frequencies of the 785G to match the 3D performance of the Clarkdale. It almost looks like they listened to me! ;-)