MSI Eclipse SLI AMI Driver
Take advantage of the most significant architectural change in the x86 architecture in 13 years, the Intel Core i7 Missing: AMI. Old, newer and latest BIOS for motherboard MSI ECLIPSE SLI (MS) Do you want to be notify of new MSI BIOS? BIOS Type, AMI, File Size: KB. The MSI Eclipse SLI is the premeir X58 motherboard for the Intel Core i7 All the AMI BIOS ROMs seen on DIY motherboards today usually.
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MSI Eclipse SLI AMI Driver
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Shipping and handling This item will ship to MSI Eclipse SLI AMI, but the seller has not specified shipping options. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. Click to enlarge Thankfully it's only the introduction screen that's this flashy, because as we dive into the inner workings things become a lot easier to read and responsive to use.
There's very little lag in choosing the options and pretty much everything mirrors MSI Eclipse SLI AMI usual BIOS layout, although there have been a few changes in the conversion. We did find the mouse selection of options still needs some work and if you've become a ninja with the keyboard after many years of having this sole interface option, you'll still find it faster like we did.
[H]ardOCP: MSI Eclipse SLI X58 Motherboard
The benefit of the mouse though is to make the BIOS more intuitive for new users, and the design as a whole means it should be familiar like an OS. MSI Eclipse SLI AMI how did we like it and why had it taken this review so long to be published?
Overclocking Center MSI has bundled a very simple and easy to use overclocking utility called the Overclocking Center with the Eclipse. The utility is fairly straight forward. On the first screen you can see that what is displayed is mostly informational and little more. The memory and PCI MSI Eclipse SLI AMI are much the same; purely informational.
Once you click on the D. From here you can either set quick profiles that use presets or custom specified profiles or you can use their Dynamic Overclocking Technology.
On the Advanced tab you can manually control voltages and clock speeds. I found this utility to work MSI Eclipse SLI AMI poorly. Most adjustments would crash the system with either a BSOD or a soft reset whenever I actually tried to apply most settings.
As always your mileage may vary, but while MSI was well intentioned here, like so many others their bundled software comes up short. I don't know about you but this scares the hell out of me.
I've bricked enough boards over the years using this type of BIOS update method that I simply don't trust these types of utilities. This MSI Eclipse SLI AMI annoys me as I tend to keep my testing configurations off the internet for various reasons.
Also from here, basic system information can be displayed.