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MSI LGA1155/Intel P67(B3)/DDR3/SATA3&USB3.0/A&GbE/ATX Motherboard P67A-GD80 (B3)

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  • CPU: Socket 1155 Support Intel Sandy Bridge Processors
  • Chipset: Intel P67(B3); Memory: 4x DDR3-2133(OC)/1600/1333/1066 DIMMs, Dual Channel, Unbuffered, Max capacity up to 16GB
  • Slots: 3x PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Slots(one run at x8, one run at x4); 2x PCI-Express x1 Slots; 2x 3.3V/5V PCI Slots; SATA: 4x SATA2 Ports, 2x SATA3 Ports, Support RAID 0/1/5/10; 2x eSATA2 Ports, Support RAID 0/1
  • Audio: Integrated Realtek ALC892 Flexible 8-channel Audio Codec, w/jack sensing; LAN: Dual Realtek 8111E PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller; Power Connector: 1x 24pin main power, 1x 8pin CPU power Connector
  • Ports: 10x USB 2.0 Ports (4 rear, 6 by header); 10x USB 3.0 Ports (6 rear, 4 by header); 1x PS/2 Port; 2x IEEE1394 Ports(1 rear, 1 by header); 2x eSATA2 Ports; 1x Coaxial SPDIF Out; 1x Optical SPDIF Out; 2x RJ45 LAN ports; Audio I/O jacks
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MSI P67A-GD80 (B3) LGA1155/Intel P67(B3)/DDR3/SATA3&USB3.0/A&GbE/ATX Motherboard

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
RAM DDR3 1066 ; DDR3 1333 ; DDR3 1600 ; DDR3 2133
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 3
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 6
Brand Name MSI
Item model number P67A-GD80 (B3)
Item Weight 4.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 13.9 x 10.7 x 3.5 inches
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size 32
Audio-out Ports (#) 1
Voltage 1.5 volts
Batteries 1 CR2 batteries required.

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ASIN B004QGJV8Q
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3.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,985 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Motherboards
Shipping Weight 4.2 pounds
Date First Available March 3, 2011

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By James E. Heiner on July 28, 2011
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I have only built 4 or 5 PC's previously, and have used an Intel board once, and then all Gigabyte (I'm 63 years old). So using this MSI board was just a bit different, but certainly a painless and interesting experience. I am not a gamer, but still like speed and mobo ports! This board is great! Lots of USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports on the rear, and headers on the board for both USB 2 and USB 3 front panel ports. Gamers may not need so many ports, which may be the main 'selling point' for some users. I need ports for USB keyboard, mouse, scanner, external HDD, printers, thumb drives, battery backup software shutdown connection, MP3 players, etc. This mobo offers several over-clocking options - one thru their windows-based Control Center and also thru a button right on the mobo. Another nice touch is their solution for front panel connections. They offer little "thingys" that you plug the connectors into one at a time, before plugging the 'thingy' directly onto the mobo. Very nice touch, as the FP connections are one of the more challenging steps in putting together a PC. Please note, mobo has "only" 6 SATA connectors, which might not be enough if you have multiple HDD's, and multiple opticals (DVD, Blu-Ray). 2 of the SATA port are 6GPS. This appears to be a quality board. Mine has been up and running for 3 weeks with no problems whatsoever.
MIS P67A-GD80 (B3)
Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Case
Intel i7-2600K CPU
Intel stock cooler - idles at 35 degrees C
16 GB ( 4 X 4 GB) GSkill RipJaws series RAM
Corsair 750 watt HX750 Modular PSU
Sapphire Radeon HD6870 Video card #100314-2SR
Wester Digital 2.0 TB 6Gps HDD - WD1502FAEX
(2) ASUS DVD Optical drives
(1) LITE-ON Blu-Ray Player iHOS104
(1) Rosewill media card reader
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I overnighted this thinking it was brand new, and because I needed my computer up and running again, but for my surprise I've received an open box item. Well, no surprise, it doesn't work. The board will not boot up, no matter what I do. Tried everything under the sun, it just has the infinite boot syndrome. It turns on for 2 seconds and it turns itself off. Cleared CMOS, tried different RAMs, removed battery and put it back, nothing seems to solve the problem. It keeps doing this forever. Brand new intel processor i7 Sandy Bridge and this board just won't work. Item returned for a refund, but the hassle will get no refund. Amazon should not sell open box items as brand new.
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I won't go too much into the specs on this motherboard, because you can find the specs online and this is 'old technology' in terms of the chipset version - Intel is currently selling Z77 boards, making the P67 2 versions old. Rather, I'm writing this review to warn future buyers of similar boards so that they don't run into the problems I did.

On paper, the MSI P67A-GD80 is feature-packed - it should be for a $220 enthusiast board. More-than-will-ever-be-used USB 2.0/3.0 ports, SLI-ready, easy overclocking one-push button, etc. In fact, there are so many PCI ports and connections that it is impossible to populate them all without either running out of room or disabling a number of eSATA and USB ports. This was not a problem for me since I only had one videocard and a soundcard, but this a warning for those who have multiple videocard.

As for the UEFI BIOS, I felt it was usable if you used a keyboard and not a mouse. Note that some keyboards may have issues - one of my mechanical keyboards caused the pointer to jump around the screen, the other one was fine. The menus are a little bland looking compared to ASUS', and difficult to understand for novice PC builders.

The biggest problem I had, however, was that it wouldn't agree with my memory. I have good working memory - 16GB Kingston HyperX 1600MHz XMP - but I can't run it at its rated specs and speed without it crashing the system (a regular Core i7 2600K custom computer). Enabling XMP also produces the same problems. Currently the memory is running at 1333MHz - the computer fine will run under normal conditions, but if I render a video using Sony Vegas - i.e., running something system intensive - there is a chance the computer will freeze and I have to hard reboot it.
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By Josh C on January 29, 2012
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I am using this board with a 2600k I7 and 16 GB of Ram. Works really well when playing SC2 while steaming netflix.
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