Super-silent cooler on integrated APU.
Loads of USB ports.
Supports USB 3.0.
No on-board Wi-Fi.
By iXBT Labs on April 14, 2011
MSI E350IA-E45 has a good set of features. Four SATA 6Gbps ports make it a nice foundation for a home media server or some other kind of shared storage machine. USB 3.0 lets you use the highest-speed external devices today. The legacy COM port allows...-
By APC Magazine on April 13, 2011
The new AMD APUs aren´t just for notebooks. Well, they mostly will be at the beginning - until the desktop versions are released - but, considering the hunger of technology enthusiasts for new toys, we can see them being used in many different...80
By VR-Zone on April 07, 2011
Should you get a Brazos-based system? Or should you stick to a 'proper' desktop or HTPC? While performace of this mini-desktop cannot match a mainstream one, especially in gaming, the advantage of the Brazos platform such as the MSI E350IA-E45...-
By Guru of 3D on March 21, 2011
bracket you can purchase yourself some amazing stuff, and sure let me immediately make clear that this is not high-end processor kit in terms of performance, contrary... this is netbook / entry level performance at best, but the combination of the...-
By TechReaction.net on March 07, 2011
MSI has a winning combination in the E350IA-E45. It is snappy, faster than the competition in almost every respect, very efficient, cool and quiet. It has features that many boards lack, such as SATAIII, USB3, DDR3, Optical and COAX audio outputs,...-
By PCPer on March 02, 2011
The MSI E350IA-E45 mini-ITX Fusion APU motherboard is our first experience with a desktop form factor iteration of AMD's latest CPU technology and we came away very impressed by the implementation. The board is low cost yet offers features that...-
By Computer Shopper on March 01, 2011
This compact Mini-ITX motherboard integrates AMD's Fusion E-350 processor for near-silent operation. It's a great pick for a media-playing home-theater PC or a light-duty compact desktop....80
By Tech2 on February 24, 2011
The MSI E350IA-E45 doesn’t bring a lot more to the table than the Gigabyte board. The missing DVI port might be an issue for those using LCD monitors with no HDMI port. In terms of performance too, there’s little differentiating them. The...80
By Kitguru.net on January 29, 2011
In this lab, Intel’s Atom solution had both a 200MHz and 2 additional cores advantage, but the AMD Fusion solution more than held its own – nudging ahead with intensive tasks like Cinebench and BluRay playback. In terms of image quality,...85
By HardwareZone.com on January 26, 2011
Even though they cost more, we are inclined to go with the Gigabyte and MSI, just for the sake of ensuring that our systems are mostly future-proof (USB 3.0) and importantly, will last long enough to see the mass adoption of USB 3.0. Their marginally...85