MSI 875P NEO SERIES (PCB 1.0) DRIVER DETAILS:
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MSI 875P NEO SERIES (PCB 1.0) DRIVER
Let's run through its full set of features below: Well, if you're an avid overclocker, that's the kind of noise you'll get from the fans. The software provided with CoreCell will detect system usage and determine the amount of cooling needed. Obviously, when a system is idling, it doesn't need to run the fans at full speed. Providing an eight-step control for both the north bridge and CPU fan, you can set the speed to almost any speed you want. We MSI 875P Neo Series (PCB 1.0) this extremely cool, especially when you want to keep your system noise low. PowerPro Technology - a unique power throttling mechanism that reduces the system's total power consumption. Behaving like Intel's SpeedStep, this function reduces power consumption when the system is in the idle state.
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When more processing power is needed, it will adjust to allow the system to draw more power to perform its required task. Obviously, at full load such as gamesit increases power to the maximum to help sustain the system's performance.
LifePro Technology - It's probably the result of the first two features where the motherboard, CPU and fan lifespan is increased due to better operating conditions rendered by the CoreCell chip. While that may be hard to quantify, it may be possible to prolong your product's life if the system is constantly throttled down when it's mainly idling all the time. One of the CoreCell's main feature is to provide overclockability, and it's where you'll get all that fancy tweaks which we've mentioned in the previous page. At the heart of the CoreCell technology, you'll find a very MSI 875P Neo Series (PCB 1.0) software known as CoreCenter. Very much resembling the functions in their previous hardware monitoring software, the CoreCenter allows one to do more than just keep track of the system's voltage, fan speed and temperature.
At the left panel, you'll find a couple of tweaks to enhance your system's performance. All can be done from the comfort of the Windows environment.
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The Core Center application with all the tweaks and monitoring panels. Click picture above for full expanded view.
While you're tweaking to your heart's content, there's the voltage and temperature readings in the center panels to help you keep track of the system's health. On the rightmost panel, you'll find settings for temperature and fan speed alarm, not exactly unusual features.
The new feature here is the north bridge temperature monitoring - something that a lot of us overlook when it comes to overclocking. This is where you can activate the BuzzFree part of CoreCell. If you click the 'Auto mode', it will automatically set the fan speeds accordingly to ensure the lowest noise output from both fans. MSI 875P Neo Series (PCB 1.0)
However, if you'd like more control over the fan's speed and cooling efficiency, you can always set it to 'User mode' MSI 875P Neo Series (PCB 1.0) have total control. There are a total of eight different fan steppings given here. The On-Board Features The board itself is packed with all kinds of devices and peripherals that pretty much matched our wishlist. Furthermore, we feel that it's quite an amazing board if you look at it from the perspective of layout and design. 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. The five PCI bus master slots would probably not see much use in this board as most of MSI 875P Neo Series (PCB 1.0) 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. 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 MSI 875P Neo Series (PCB 1.0), 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. This full featured RAID is something that we've all been waiting for.
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The controller supports up to a total of four devices. As we've discussed in the first MSI 875P Neo Series (PCB 1.0) article, the RAID support on the ICH5R is flexible to users who wish to upgrade their storage from a single drive volume to a two-drive RAID 0 volume without the need to reinstall the operating system. As with most MSI boards, a three port bracket is supplied in the package, giving users a total FireWire package complete for digital video applications.
The FireWire bracket has two different types of ports, two of them are the more common six-pin connectors and one of them is the mini-DV connector that most DV cams require. Based on the Intel EI controller, this should probably be the default controller for the Canterwood if all you want is performance. For users that wants to keep working images of their boot drive, RestoreIT! Update microcode - System can't boot from SATA. Note.
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1.x ~ 2.x BIOS cannot be used on P Neo-FISR (PCB ), only for P Neo (PCB ). Version. Description. - Support Prescott cpu - Modify OSB logo display. Note. 1.x ~ 2.x BIOS cannot be used on P Neo-FISR (PCB ), only for P Neo (PCB ).