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Wednesday, 15 August 2007 11:01

MSI G33 MS7357 IGP board tested - 7. Conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: How good are G33 graphics?



Conclusion

MSI G33 is a motherboard that will make a non-demanding user happy, and do its job properly.

G33 performance is good, but it’s not over-clocking friendly. Intel integrated graphics is still not good enough to replace low end graphics cards, but it will be sufficient for surfing the internet on Vista OS.

A small board means low power consumption, and if you crave better graphics there is one PCIe slot.

The board is not quite the cheapest in the line, but priced at less than €100 it is a good integrated solution that will support the processors coming in 2008.

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