875P Neo-FISR review??

Phrozt

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I looked over the motherboard review and saw that MSI's 865 did kinda bad, but I was wondering how MSI's 875 would hold up to standards.. was wondering if anyone knew of a review for it that would be worth reading.

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Why don't you buy my old board and write your own review? Well, maybe that's not feasible. It's hard to write after you've SLIT BOTH WRISTS! :lol:


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RUSTY SPOONS!

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MSI 875P-NEO-FIS2R. The everything under the sun board! The Beta-Bios MSI sent me disables PAT and turns the 875 chipset into an 865. This allows me to run Mushkin P-4000 Enhanced. Quite the step up! I don't care if you buy MSI, ABIT, or GIGABYTE, the largest issues seem to be with the 875 chipset boards. The best memory I ever ran in that board was OCZ Performance. I gave it to my nephew and my world turned to sh1t!


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Sony DRU-510A - THAT'S MORE LIKE IT, MSI!
 

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Actually the older MSI 865PE-NEO-FIS2R did quite well. The new boards have all been re-designed due to God-knows-how-many issues. Most popped up when people tried to stick Prescotts in them. You want a good board for a Northwood, buy an IS7. You want an 875 board? One of the Mushkin techs runs an ASUS Deluxe and swears by it. That may be your best option.

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Samsung 120gb ATA-100 - Maxtor 40gb ATA - 100
Sony DRU-510A - THAT'S MORE LIKE IT, MSI!
 

Phrozt

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thanks for all the info and the recommendations Craig.. I looked into some of those. Anyone else have anything to say?
 

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...rusty? spoons?

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