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Thursday, 23 October 2008 11:56

MSI shows X58 Eclipse

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Gitex 2008: It's alive

MSI
was ready and eager to showcase its X58 motherboard at Gitex.

The board will support Core i7 processors and it has six DDR3 slots, three PCIe 16X, two PCI and two PCIe 1X slots. It also supports 6+4 SATA 3Gb/s, Crossfire and SLI, two-phase power supply on memory and chipset, Dr Mos 2nd generation and MSI Green Power.

MSI was ready to disclose that in this market the board should be selling for 1399 UAE dirham or about €280, and the board should be available in November following the launch of Core i7 generation.

Let's not forget that the board has two eSATA connectors. This is how it looks.

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