It seems like motherboard manufacturers have been more than happy to selectively “leak” upcoming products in order to get the upper hand on their competition. Gigabyte did it before the official 990FX launch and now MSI is spilling the beans (or single bean depending on which way you look at things) on their Facebook page about one of their A75 desktop boards which supports the upcoming AMD Lynx family of Llano APUs.
The A75MA-G55 is exactly what one would expect from board that accepts AMD’s first desktop-oriented Fusion processors. It allows for the use of Llano’s on-die graphics controller through HDMI, DVI and VGA outputs and two well placed PCI-E x16 slots will work in 8x / 8x mode in the event someone wants to forego the IGP.
Other than those few apparent details, not much can be discussed since most of APU’s specifications are currently under NDA.