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8.6 out of 10

MSI H67A-G43 (B3)

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Reviews and Problems with MSI H67A-G43 (B3)

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Overall 8

It works well enough for what it is.

gabe brown, Amazon
1 January 2014
  • Summary: You wont be getting SLI functionality, or any other fancy stuff of that nature out of this MOBO, but it works well enough for a cheap motherboard. I could list a few complaints, but that would be pointless considering the price is so low and they're to be expected. One for instance would be that the BIOS stuff doesn't work with a mouse, it's easier to navigate with your keyboard. Great motherboard for the price, but not too great of a motherboard overall.
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Overall 10

always good

M. Delaossa "biskokidd", Amazon
30 January 2013
  • Summary: always good product. hope i can afford to buy another one more power full of super nice things that i like
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Overall 6

Ivy Bridge CPUs require a painful BIOS upgrade

lvriesling, Amazon
16 July 2012
  • Summary: Bought a nice i5-3570 CPU along with this mobo for my new build, but the i5-3570 is in the newer "Ivy Bridge" class of LGA1155 CPUs, not the older "Sandy Bridge" that this mobo and its BIOS 3.1 was designed for. The MSI website does provide a downloadable upgrade program which updates the BIOS to BIOS 7.0, which enables this mobo to handle the newer "Ivy Bridge" CPUs.
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Overall 10

Very nice motherboard

Frankie15dr, Amazon
29 June 2012
  • Summary: Using this motherboard with a i5 2400, gtx 560, and 8gb of ram (1600) seems to also work with this. The bios is very nicely put and is easy to function. Thanks msi for not letting me down.
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Overall 10

Super Good

Nikki Xaysanasy, Amazon
7 May 2012
  • Summary: Bought this because my other motherboard was DOA (pci-express slot wansn't working) I read the features and it sounds good even better than the last mobo I thought was good. It's a full size which is nice the layout is pretty clean. Supports up to 32 gbs, but I'm pretty sure I'll hit 12 for my max. Hope to get i7 soon for this baby. Overral, it's awesome.
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Overall 10

Nice and Fast ...

R. Davidson "Jackalope", Amazon
27 April 2012
  • Summary: I am using this with a Intel Core I5-2500K. This board is FAST and easy to setup. I did have an issue because I wanted to use RAID. The BIOS needed to be upgraded so the Intel RAID function would work. That was a bit confusing but I was able to use a bootable USB thumb drive to accomplished this task. If you do not need RAID, the update was not necessary and every thing works great. After getting up and running, run the driver disk and select to install all.
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Overall 10

Working as Intended

Thetruecrow, Amazon
23 April 2012
  • Summary: Paired with an i5-2400S, works great. Bought it for 84 bucks, didn't do the rebate, SO CHEAP! Allows for turbo boost overclocking, so could probably get any second gen Sandy Bridge to max turbo freq. This is actually my first MSI mobo buy, previous motherboards I've had from MSI were given to me by friends and were usually broken so this was technically a leap of faith.
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