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MSi 740GM-P25


$60.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Ps/2 ports are a nice touch. Logical layout makes setup easy. MicroATX form factor, low price and no frills design makes it ideal for HTPC use.

The Cons:Known issue with CMOS failure. Only supports 2 DIMM modules. Only has 4 rear USB ports.

The MSi 740GM-P25 is a motherboard that supports 64bit AMD Phenom II/ Athlon II/ Sempron II processors in the AM3 socket. It comes equipped with the HyperTransport 1.0 supporting speed up to 1000MT/s. This motherboard features the AMD 740G and SB710 chipsets.

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It is capable of supporting two unbuffered DIMM of 1.5volt DDR3 SDRAM. It comes with a universal charger utility for the Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod for a faster charging speed. It has the M-Flash function, so if the BIOS crashes, it can still boot from the USB. It also features the Unlock CPU Core, which allows users to unlock hidden CPU core quickly.

Features

  • motherboard
  • 64bit AMD Phenom II/Athlon II/Sempron II processors in AM3 socket
  • HyperTransport 1.0 supporting speed up to 1000MT/s
  • AMD 740G and SB710 chipset
  • supports 2 unbuffered DIMM of 1.5volt DDR3 SDRAM
  • universal charger for Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod
  • M-Flash function
  • Unlock CPU Core
  • Live Update 4
  • ports for: mouse, keyboard, serial port, graphics card port, 4 USB 2.0 ports, LAN jack, 6in1 audio jack
  • 6 mounting holes

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Pros
  • 1

    ps/2 ports are a nice touch.

  • 1

    Logical layout makes setup easy.

  • 1

    MicroATX form factor, low price and no frills design makes it ideal for HTPC use.

  • 1

    The onboard OC switches really do make overclocking a piece of cake.

  • 1

    3 year manufacturer's warranty for parts and labour eases the pain of those experiencing CMOS failure.

Cons
  • 2

    Known issue with CMOS failure.

  • 1

    Only supports 2 DIMM modules.

  • 0

    Only has 4 rear USB ports.

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