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MSI Z77IA-E53 miniITX
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Today I started testing this board and so far things don't look bad. This board seems to be really great, when it comes to power consumption. When it's about basic performance then there are a few hick ups.

Meanwhile also MSI has a Z77 based miniITX motherboard on the market. With price tag of only 98 Euros this board is surprisingly cheap. To us this sound quite interesting and we're curious to find out whether this is a compelling offer or a board lacking features.

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Cool!
Was my second choice to my Asus

Posted on: 2013/4/9 10:51
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Looks like it's not a bad board but the ASUS seems to play in yet another league.

Posted on: 2013/4/9 15:42
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Well, well guys The review is coming closer. Luca has been translating it to Italian already and now we're all waiting for Chris to finish the French translation.

Posted on: 2013/4/12 10:50
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I like the mSATA on this card, really nice for an SSD direct on board. Maybe in a case really small can be very useful. Like small cases with VESA mount, for example Antec ISK110

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I've been thinking about the same Luca. And the fact, that this board doesn't really support big coolers combined with VGAs, make it kind of screaming after such a setup.

Posted on: 2013/4/13 8:09
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French online

Posted on: 2013/4/13 13:27
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I've been thinking about the same Luca. And the fact, that this board doesn't really support big coolers combined with VGAs, make it kind of screaming after such a setup.


Then, mSATA and SATA have the same price.
Crucial M4 128:
-sata: 95.58E
-msata: 95.99E

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I've been thinking about the same Luca. And the fact, that this board doesn't really support big coolers combined with VGAs, make it kind of screaming after such a setup.


Then, mSATA and SATA have the same price.
Crucial M4 128:
-sata: 95.58E
-msata: 95.99E

From geizhals.eu


A comparison between these two SSDs would be interesting ... just to see if there are differences between mSATA and SATA.

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Yes also because lately you can find easly mSATA-port also on ATX/mATX

Posted on: 2013/4/13 21:21
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