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MSI Reveals its Z87A-GD65 Gaming Motherboard

MSI has officially announced its upcoming Z87A-GD65 gaming motherboard.

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  1. Hmm, depending on how the reviews come out etc, I might actually get this over a ROG product. looks damn nice in a windowed case
  2. MSI hasn't let me down on my Z77 board, couldn't imagine this thing. But my, my.. What a beautiful board.
  3. Sexy, that is really the only work required to describe the looks of that board, that dragon is tobuscus style "hot hot hot hot hot"
  4. I like how the dragon looks like something out of GoT.
  5. Game of Thrones: The Motherboard
  6. Really enjoying MSI's Z87 styling, the gaming and overclocking series look very slick with the black and dash of colour.
  7. This is supposed to be around $160 like previous GD65? Shut up and take my money!
  8. Am I the only one who preferred the black and blue styling of MSI compared to the new red?
    I saw that their 770 was also red and black, just like this board.
    I wanted a black and blue colour scheme in my next pc, but it looks like nobod
  9. Really getting sick of black/red and the black/white/blue stuff I keep seeing on motherboards. You know nothing says "Buy Me" to me like an all black motherboard that works with whatever theme I want to use with it. Or at the very least a black motherboard with some colored parts that I can replace easily.
  10. Anonymous said:
    Am I the only one who preferred the black and blue styling of MSI compared to the new red?
    I saw that their 770 was also red and black, just like this board.
    I wanted a black and blue colour scheme in my next pc, but it looks like nobod


    The Z87A-GD65 Gaming will be black and red. The Z87A-GD65 "standard" will likely be black/blue like their previous boards. They did the same thing for Z77. The "non-gaming" board was black/blue and the "Gaming" board was black/red. They were nearly identical except for color scheme and a few minor component changes (Killer NIC, "gaming" USB 2.0 ports). Realistically the gaming series is mostly just an aesthetic change when compared to the non-gaming lineup of MSI boards.
  11. its BIOS is still buggy. bought several days ago paired with 4770k and guess what? its turbo ratio is locked with read-only "Auto" mode and cannot be adjusted. seems like i am using 4770 non-k version. :D
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