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It must have been the signature bright red PCB and branded Northbridge cooler USB connectors scattered amongst the legacy ports and Gigabit LAN jack. Specifications & Features of The MSI P Neo-FIS2R LAN. Intel® EI (CSA interface). Integrated Fast Ethernet MAC and PHY in one chip. The P Neo series represent a huge revamp of MSI's motherboard Eight high-speed USB ports; 2x Serial ATA/ ports; Dual channel by cable); 1x Gigabit Ethernet (RJ) LAN jack (powered by Intel EI) ATX Form Factor: cm x cm, four-layer PCB; Fits into regular ATX case. PE/P Motherboard Roundup June - Part 1: way Shootout Soyo P4IP DRAGON 2 Intel PRO/CT Gigabit LAN (CSA bus) is awkward because it is located below the midsection of the PCB, where it'll take very long IDE MSI P Neo-FIS2R Overclocking and Stress Testing.

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This article has taken an awful long time to complete due to the fact that this far this article has brought us nothing but trouble. Defective memories, crashed discs and so forth — just about everything that could go wrong went wrong.

To answer your question, No Windows won't have a lower temp than BIOS, so there's something strange going on. Probably the first thing I would recommend this is off topic is to try and lower your case temps Your cpu temp is directly related to your case temp, so to lower your cpu temp you'll have to eventually do some work to lower your case temp.

Anyway, back on topic. Another possibility is that the BIOS messed up your case temp and that it's reading a higher case temp than you actually have Do you have a thermometer analog or digital that you could use to measure your case temp?

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Add to My Vault: Love it or loath it, it appears as if MSI is sticking with it for the future. There's a lot going on with this board, so let's look at it bit by bit.

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A single fan header sits in close attendance. There's little in the way of surprises here.

Plus, the motherboard's PCB is built using a four-layer design while Intel and Gigabyte Canterwood boards we've reviewed previously used a total of six layers. In terms of price, MSI has already won part of the battle in keeping their manufacturing costs low. The Intel P chipset hidden underneath the cooler.

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The five PCI bus master slots would probably not see much use in this board as most of the common devices are already found on the board. However, it's good that there are more than enough expansion slots available and in our tests, even when everything on-board were enabled, we found no conflicts even though all the PCI including AGP slots are filled and assigned an IRQ. For overclocking purposes, the north bridge has been fitted with a large aluminium heatsink fan.

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It's not the usual north bridge fan as it is required to feed fan speed information into the CoreCell for control and monitoring purposes. Known as the X-Fan, this fan comes with blinking colored lights.

Yes, it's Christmas time in MSI! To some, it's quite silly to have blinking colored LEDs a pair of green, red and blue each in the north bridge. But to those with casing side panel mods, this is an added bonus.

There are a couple of blinking patterns on the fan, but we're not quite sure exactly how many there are. Come on guys, you expect us to count them all? It's not the exact sequence, but you'll get the main idea. However, this is not the regular controller used in most of MSI's boards.

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