Summary: MSI is a liar who false advertises. This mobo supposedly is compatible with the AMD fx8320. And you know it did work...for the first 2 days. After researching through the net people had the same problem as me. The mobo just couldnt give the cpu enough power and ends up shutting down leaving my power button LED blinking and now it wont even start up. PEOPLE OF THE WORLD LISTEN WHEN I TELL YOU THIS. MSI is a cheapskating money pig.
Good, stable AMD AM3+ board for Phenom II's and FX CPU!
Abysal "Abysal", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Using this with a Phenom II x2 555, 4x 2GB RAM (G.Skill mixed frequency 1600mhz and 1333mhz - all gets clocked down to 1333mhz), ADATA SP900128GB SSD, secondary 300GB Seagate drive, XFX Radeon HD 5450 1GB, a PCIe WiFi card, along with a couple of NEC DVD burners. Loaded with windows 7.
Summary: WISH THIS COULD SLI BUT NOPE (at leas ti dont think it can) it says crossfire and such and i looked at review because i want to sli god damnit but oh well, i can already run BF4 and such on custom ULTRA settings so i guess this will do.
Summary: I've had good experiences with MSI boards in previous builds, so I didn't hesitate to pick this board up to build a new machine. I ordered this board, along with the AMD FD8320FRHKBOX FX-8320 FX-Series 8-Core Black Edition . As with any build, I always check the manufacturers compatibility and testing information before hand. Unfortunately, MSI claims the board supports this CPU, but I can tell you with certainty, it DOES NOT WORK.
simpile board have not heard much good stuff aboutr msi so i will learn for myself if its a good one best priced for what it is
3 weeks ago
Summary: fit the budget had everything I wanted on it to match the case and components I had to install so far its working great will see after time if it dies on me butt it does have solid caps so it should last awhile . also the uefi bios is simple.