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1 PCStats
"If I say ClickBIOS, Military Class II, OC Genie II or Control Center II there's really no need to mention anything else, is there? We'll explain the four key features MSI is touting, first a little background to set the mood... In general, the list of features accompanying the P67A-GD65 motherboard show a serious competitiveness from MSI towards arch rival Gigabyte."
2 Tech Report
"With MSI eager to push the GD65's "military-class" electrical components, a camouflage motif might have been more appropriate. The board's solid-state capacitors and ferrite-core chokes are said to meet stringent military standards, which means they should be able to withstand more extreme thermal environments than lesser components."
3 Neoseeker
"The MSI P67A-GD65 uses a standard ATX form factor measuring 12 x 9.6 inches. This size gives the board ample room to support dual PCIe x16 lanes, eight SATA ports, a on-board heatpipe cooling solution and include a very robust VRM. All of this along with the use of MSI's "military grade" components such as Hi-C Caps, Icy chokes and solid capacitors should ensure this model has enhanced power efficiency and thermal design."
4 HardOCP
"MSI chose to package the P67A-GF65 in a box with a straight forward artistic design, simply pointing out the technological support and design strengths of the board on a white reflective background. MSI includes the following accessories in with the board itself: locking connector SATA drive cables and power cables; a 2-way NVIDIA SLI connector; a rear panel bracket containing USB 3.0 ports; extension plugs for the USB and front panel headers; voltage check point cables; and the normal complement of manuals and drivers discs."
5 TBreak
6 Guru3D
"Aah yes .. the next one has arrived, guys meet the MSI P67-GD65 motherboard ! MSI as well is making a move towards EFI, the all new graphics user interface that replaces the BIOS. Overclocking wise today we'll go to roughly 5 GHz (!) Sandy Bridge allows really high memory clock frequencies, and though your system default would be 1333 MHz on the memory, we'll be running that DDR3 memory at 2133 MHZ CAS7 as well."
"The MSI P67A-GD65 is the first of a handful of new Socket 1155 boards that we have on hand to review in the coming weeks. It would be a bit unfair to proclaim this the "best P67 board on the market" or something similar, so we will refrain from doing that. But we can digest what we have seen here today and conclude that the GD65 is one solid board with a lot going for it."
"The MSI P67-GD65 is thus far the lowest price P67 board that we've tested; not bad for a board that was on par, and in some cases leading, our test results. The board is a great cornerstone to any build, and more than enough to tackle the most stressful titles that the gaming genre has to offer. Keep in mind that our tests were ran at the stock clock speed, which can be bumped up to around 4.2Ghz at any time by anyone with the press of a single-button."
9 Hardware Heaven
"Today in the latest of our Sandy Bridge articles we take a look at another aspect, performance when overclocked in a selection of synthetic and real world tests. To do this we will be using the MSI P67A-GD65 which has an excellent one touch overclock feature. Ideal for novice overclockers who want some extra performance and value from their system."
10 Legit Reviews
"The MSI P67A-GD65 is the next motherboard to come across the Legit Reviews Intel Sandy Bridge test bench. Our first article featured the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe as well as the ASUS P8P67. Both of these boards did a bang up job and set the bar high. This will give the MSI P67A-GD65 P67 based motherboard something to strive for."
11 iXBT Labs
12 PureOC
"The latest P67 board to hit our bench is the MSI P67A-GD65, a premium board that promises innovative features at a great price of $180. There are some very interesting features here, and MSI is serving notice they're ready to play hardball with the competition."
13 Au-Ja!
"The solution of the MSI Audio P67A-GD65 is good can, in other motherboards from MSI, however, does not keep up. Therefore, the MSI P67A-GD65 proved to be extremely stable and highly compatible. The motherboard swallowed everything, without exception, what we brought to the board, and throughout the test, we did not experience a single crash."
14 eTeknix