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MSI 870A-G54 Socket AM3 ATX Motherboard just £69.02 @ ebuyer
MSI 870A-G54 Socket AM3 ATX Motherboard just £69.02 @ ebuyer

MSI 870A-G54 Socket AM3 ATX Motherboard just £69.02 @ ebuyer

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seems like a great price for a good 870 motherboard with usb 3.0!
£1 cheaper at lambda tek but i would prefer ebuyer tbh.

Military Class
OC Genie
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Processor Support for AMD Phenomâ„¢ II //Athlonâ„¢ II Processors
Chipset AMD 870 / SB850
Memory 4 DIMMs support for DDR3-1600(OC)/1333/1066/800 MHz up to 16GB max
Audio 8-channel (7.1) HD Audio subsystem
LAN 10/100/1000 Mbits sec LAN subsystem
Peripheral interfaces
6 x SATA 6Gb/s ports from SB850
2 x USB 3.0 port
12 x USB 2.0 ports (6 x external, 6 x internal)
Expansion
capabilities
2 x PCI Express x16 slot
1 x PCI-Ex1 slot
3 x PCI slots
Suuport ATI CrossFireXâ„¢ Technology

16 Comments

I can't find it any cheaper. Have some heat.

Looks like a great XFire board for the money!

Wouldn't read to much into the "military class" sales pitch; I'm in the military and the PC on my desk is ****...

I really want to try this MB, i have an AMD Phenom II X3 720BE, one of the CPUs known to commonly use an X4 CPU with a locked 4th core, this could turn my CPU into a quad core, but I've no way of knowing whether my CPU is indeed one of the ones that have the locked 4th core... Can't warrant the money on the off chance

No e-SATA? That is odd, since e-SATA is (at least for now) more useful than USB3.0.

Damn that's hot, Sata 6gb/s and USB 3.0 for 69 quid?
HOT HOT.

MrPuddington

No e-SATA? That is odd, since e-SATA is (at least for now) more useful … No e-SATA? That is odd, since e-SATA is (at least for now) more useful than USB3.0.


Excuse my ignorance, but can't you connect an eSATA connection on your case to a standard SATA connector on your motherboard?

there is a msi 880g mobo for £48 on ebuyer... 880g chipset and its matx

No8

I'm in the military and the PC on my desk is ****...


Ah well - British Army is only held in high regard by 90% of the British people.
Sadly the 10% - own-pockets filling government corrupts and unelected middle class politically correct self-serving vermin DON'T. (sorry - rant over. Touched a sore point)

PhilK

Ah well - British Army is only held in high regard by 90% of the British … Ah well - British Army is only held in high regard by 90% of the British people.Sadly the 10% - own-pockets filling government corrupts and unelected middle class politically correct self-serving vermin DON'T. (sorry - rant over. Touched a sore point)



Doesn't have anything at all to do with this thread though does it? I'm not at all interested in your opinion about something completely unrelated to this deal. If you want to voice your opinion about Politics and the British Army go do it in a forum related to the subject, not in a thread about a motherboard deal. I'd rather Religion, Politics and DailyMail mentality pollution was kept out of these threads. I can wish though it'll never happen.

Anyway back on topic, this is a decent deal.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 31st Oct 2010

skipster3000

Excuse my ignorance, but can't you connect an eSATA connection on your … Excuse my ignorance, but can't you connect an eSATA connection on your case to a standard SATA connector on your motherboard?



Yes you can with something such as this >

StarTech.com 2 Port SATA to eSATA Slot Plate Bracket Serial ATA internal to external panel - 2 x 7 pin Serial ATA - 2 x 7 pin external Serial ATA - 30 cm - PC

About £3 or less

whats the best cpu to get for this mobo. i was thinking of these 2 :

ebuyer.com/pro…673
or
ebuyer.com/pro…939
or any one want to recommend something better than both of these?

r0nnie

whats the best cpu to get for this mobo. i was thinking of these 2 : … whats the best cpu to get for this mobo. i was thinking of these 2 : [url=http://www.ebuyer.com/product/190673]http://www.ebuyer.com/product/190673[/url]or[url=http://www.ebuyer.com/product/204939]http://www.ebuyer.com/product/204939[/url]or any one want to recommend something better than both of these?



Mmmm... if your encoding video or heavy photo shopping then you'll see the benefit in the 1055t. The x4 955 is a faster processor but the performance between the two is negligible. Id recommend the 955 and spend the extra money on something else :P

fishmaster

Doesn't have anything at all to do with this thread though does it? I'm … Doesn't have anything at all to do with this thread though does it? I'm not at all interested in your opinion about something completely unrelated to this deal. If you want to voice your opinion about Politics and the British Army go do it in a forum related to the subject, not in a thread about a motherboard deal. I'd rather Religion, Politics and DailyMail mentality pollution was kept out of these threads. I can wish though it'll never happen.Anyway back on topic, this is a decent deal.



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Original Poster

kingjude55

there is a msi 880g mobo for £48 on ebuyer... 880g chipset and its matx


it doesn't have the all important SB850 southbridge with sata 6gb/s tho! or it doesnt ave usb 3.0 and its matx and it doesnt have 2 pcie x16 length slots or it doesnt have optical spdif out. get the point yet? you usually get what you pay for in a motherboard, but certain motherboards (like this one) give u lots for your money

No8



lol that made me laugh

Edited by: "fishmaster" 1st Nov 2010
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