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MSI 648 Max

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Overall 8

MSI 648 MAX-F Motherboard Review

2 February 2003
  • Summary: I was really excited about sitting down and testing this SiS 648 based motherboard. From what I've read the SiS 648 chipset is supposed to be a full-blown i850E/RDRAM killer.
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MSI 648 Max Motherboard

9 January 2003
  • Excerpt: The MSI 648 Max Motherboard Review Great Performance at a Great Price... By, Robert Maloney October 23, 2002 Increased competition often leads to technological advancement at a faster rate than normal, because one company constantly tries to out-do another.  This result of this competition usually leads to the end-user being rewarded with new products, at progressively lower prices.
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Overall 9

MSI 648 MAX-F Review

18 September 2002
  • Conclusion: The 648 MAX-F is another solid offering from MSI. Sure, we would have liked to see more flexibility in the CPU voltage department, as well as an onboard IDE RAID controller, but that does not mean we did not like the motherboard. On the contrary, with its 5.1 audio onboard and Gigabit Ethernet controller, we really expected this motherboard to appeal to the high-end enthusiasts market.
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9 September 2002

MSI 648 Max (SiS 648)

Hardware Zone
14 March 2004
  • Conclusion: The MSI 648 Max is not a new board, but it certainly deserves an honorable mention here especially when it's put up against other newer and more popular chipsets such as Intel's 845PE and Granite Bay. The MSI 648 Max is not every power user's ideal board as it is only equipped with the bare essentials. But what it offers are flexible upgrade paths through its six bus mastered PCI slots.
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