MSI Big Bang Marshal P67 Review
The Creative X-fi included is of the soft variety rather than a dedicated chip. A quick peel of that label reveals a much more standard ALC892 Realtek chip.
Demonstrating how feature-laden the Marshal is are the plethora of in and outputs on the backplate. No gaps here.
The Marshal is equipped with four SATA3 ports and four SATA II ports. Plenty of storage options covered.
We also have the very handy on-board power and reset switches along with the BIOS select and OC Genie options.
It’s slightly curious to see the USB3 headers all the way over here when the supplied brackets are for PCI mounting rather than drive-bay. A cable fanatics nightmare.
Along with the alternate BIOS MSI have equipped the Marshal with extraÂ PCI-Express options courtesy of some dip switches tucked away in the corner, very handy for fault finding a faulty GPU in a watercooled system.
The CPU socket is very nice to look at with everything neatly tucked away giving the CPU area an amphitheatre effect that is pleasing to the eye.