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5.8* out of 10

MSI K9N Neo-F V3

11.96 in.(L) x 7.8in.(W); ATX 4 DIMMs w/ DDR2 800+ up to 8GB Read more

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Overall 6


nateflax90, Ebay
17 May 2013
  • Summary: No the best board. And most sellers sell at jew'd prices. Not worth anymore then $40 IMHO. Trying using one of these for Bitcoin/Litecoin mining. You have to hotwire the PCIe 1x slots on windows to get your cards going. Other than that, fairly good. Don't really see a need for these boards anymore. You can get yourself a cheap MSi board off newegg for the same prices running AM3/DDR3/USB 3.0 for the same price. Faster PCIe, and Sata i'd imagine as well.
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Overall 10

the best motherboard i have ever had i would buy it again if i had to.

ronzombie_56633, Ebay
9 April 2012
  • Summary: I bought MSI K9N Neo-F V3 AM2 because it is very reliable i had one previously and it was worth buying again.
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Overall 8

MSI K9N Neo-F V3: Nice board

LungTao, Dooyoo
3 June 2008
  • Summary: I use this motherboard on a regular basis at work, and it's great. The board is reliable, stable and really well laid out. We are running it with an AMD 64X2 4200 processor and it works a treat. The system is very stable, although I haven't tried to overclock it, and the BIOS is very easy to navigate. I have always found MSI boards well made, the components are neatly laid out and all the SATA, PATA, USB etc, connections are easy to reach.
  • Pros: Good layout, easy to install, good cooling
  • Cons: Only 1 IDE port
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