MSI 785GM-E65

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1 Bjorn3D
"The biggest enhancement for the 785G would be its updated graphic controller base on the HD 4200. Most noticeably, improvements over the older 780G chipset would be the UVD 2.0 support for full MPEG-2/VC-1/H.264 hardware acceleration, DVI and HDMI output, and HDCP encoding. The chipset also supports DirectX 10.1 so it would be fully ready for Windows 7."
2 PCStats
"The AMD 785G and its Radeon HD 4200 are the first with DirectX 10.1 compliance for Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, and include enhanced features like ATI Stream application acceleration and improved Universal Video Decoding 2. The MSI 785GM-E65 is a socket AM3 motherboard, which means it's compatible with AMD's newest processors like the Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition and the Athlon II X2 250."
3 iXBT Labs
"We'll examine another interpretation of integrated graphics, this time based on the 785G chipset. How would you like a microATX board with nearly all possible interfaces, but also equipped with a heat-piped cooling system, an on-board quick overclocking switch, and other attributes of motherboards for enthusiasts?"
4 TBreak
5 Au-Ja!
"We'll start our round-up of AMD 785G based mainboards with MSI's 785G E53. This black ATX sized motherboard looks quite simple: no heatpipe cooling, no additional SATA/RAID controllers, only one slot for PCIe graphic cards. But the 785G E53 took us by suprise. It is a decent overclocker and very stable, the audio quality is very good and MSI uses PCIe based controllers for GBit-LAN and Firewire."
6 Guru3D
"Recently AMD released the AMD 785 chipset - offering full support for the latest Athlon and Phenom II processors, DDR3 memory and a bucket load of features. Next to that the chipset we have tucked away on the motherboard tested today has an embedded Radeon HD 4200 IGP as it is the 785G chipset. It's actually the latest embedded update offering really good and nice Home Theater PC functionality as it's fully capable of accelerating and post-processing high-definition content."