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    By Vangie Beal :  July 25, 2002

    Here at SharkyExtreme we have recently posted a new review of the MSI 845E Max2-BLR and 845G Max-L . The Intel Pentium 4 is growing in popularity, and the race is on to find that perfect 533 MHz motherboard. To help the cause, we've reviewed a couple of very promising boards from MSI: the fully featured 845E Max2-BLR and the more value-oriented 845G Max-L. Both of these motherboards have performance and features to spare and along with providing a detailed look at the pros and cons of each product, we also feature full system benchmarking to show where speed differences may exist.

    "The MSI 845E Max2-BLR box contains the motherboard itself, along with one Floppy cable, two ATA-66/100/133 EIDE cables, one (optional) USB 2.0 bracket, a driver CD, a RAID driver floppy, and a hardcopy user & RAID manual. MSI has also included some optional hardware like a D-Bracket 2 (USB ports and D-LED diagnostic LED display) and an S-Bracket (audio line-out ports and dual-SPDIF jacks). This is an incredibly fully-featured package, and includes just about everything a high-end buyer would expect."

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