MSI Dual CoreCenter Drivers Update
MSI Dual CoreCenter Driver
Thought I'd share this picture of what the program said my cpu was at, be a good laugh I get this if I put my multiplier @ 16 This has to be. Records 1 - 30 - MSI Dual CoreCenter Windows /XP/Vista: Vendor: MSI: Category: mainboard: OS: Win, WinXP, Win, NT, WinME: Driver. MSI P43 User Manual • Dual core center, Appendix b • MSI Hardware.
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MSI Dual CoreCenter Driver
Some of these things were already available but nothing recent and nothing really geared toward the Phenom. The real differences are technical.
On the a all the features of both are combined into one chipset. As with all newer motherboards few additional components are required to complete a functional machine. The box has the standard cardboard MSI Dual CoreCenter that goes on top of the motherboard.
The board itself ships in an anti-static bag. Included are MSI Dual CoreCenter disks, manuals, cables, M-Connector pack and of course the X-Fi audio board. They also have a power cable included with the bracket that can be used to connect internal hard drives to the outside of your PC with minimal fuss.
Board Layout As I pulled the MSI K9N2 out of the box for the first time I scratched my head and I began to wonder where a commandment is written that states that any and all AMD processor compatible motherboards must have a bad layout. The MSI Dual CoreCenter panel header is horribly placed as once used, the onboard power, reset and clear CMOS buttons would be even harder to reach.
The other IDE channel is behind the pin ATX power connector instead of being placed in front of it like it should be. On a purely cosmetic level the board almost looks good. Again the CPU area MSI Dual CoreCenter relatively clear which is a good thing though the proximity of the memory slots to the processor area and the bulbous and gangly Circu-Pipe cooling system could interfere with the installation of some cooling solutions.
In the manner of other overclocking utilities, MSI Dual Core Center adopts a rather unconventional MSI Dual CoreCenter colorful appearance, but preserves its ease of use. The GUI includes various preset profiles such as AV, Game, Office, Silence and Cool, which contain out-of-the-box settings for various situations such as playing a game. Also in this section, you will find the current CPU temperature, FSB and clock values and you will be able to personalize the current profile with custom values for both the motherboard clock and fan speed.
Yet, this advantage is a slim one that may not be as significant as the vendors hope. After all, when all MSI Dual CoreCenter boards we tested were hovering less than forty degrees Celsius, a couple of degrees less doesn't seem that important anymore.
This aspect may however play a more important role when overclocking is brought to the equation, in which case, lower is always the better to get you more megahertz or more stability. As for the power efficiency aspect, the MSI Dual CoreCenter Power energy saving technology on this MSI board works, to a certain extent. Our testing showed that there was some difference, if limited, upon enabling it.