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Monday, 29 June 2009 09:39

More pictures of MSI's P55-GD65

Written by Slobodan Simic

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New 8mm thick SuperPipe

We managed to snag some new pictures of MSI's upcoming P55 based P55-GD65 motherboard. The motherboard is still not in its final design stage so some thing might be different once it hits retail, but it looks like MSI has opted for a SuperPipe 8mm thick heatpipe cooling solution.

The motherboard is still uses brownish PCB with black and blue color scheme for a PCI memory slots. It features power eSATA, 6+1-phase DrMOS VRM, two PCI-Express x16 slots (dual x8 or single x16) and has seven SATA ports.

As you can see below, one picture shows four on-board buttons labeled as Turbo, Power, OC1, and OC2 so we guess that you will be able to overclock the motherboard and change settings without a need to bother with BIOS or OC software. MSI has opted for an 8mm thick heatpipes on its SuperPipe cooling system for this motherboard, which is something that was previously seen on graphics cards and not on motherboards.

As we said, the motherboard is not in its final stage yet and some things might change, but at least these pictures give us a general idea of what MSI plans for its P55 based motherboard.

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