News tagged ‘msi’
Monday, 11 Apr 2011
The all new N560GTX-Ti Hawk is equipped with the latest Twin Frozr III dual fan cooling design, featuring MSI's exclusive Propeller Blade technology that delivers 20% more airflow than conventional fans and reduces GPU temperature by up to a staggering 17 degrees.
Friday, 8 Apr 2011
MSI officially announced its AMD AM3 mainboards and the corresponding BIOS versions with full compatibility with all AMD AM3+ multi-core processors.
Thursday, 7 Apr 2011
MSI introduces the R6790-2PM2D1GD5 graphics card. Equipped with MSI's exclusive Afterburner overclocking software that supports GPU over-voltage, offering up to 25% more overclocking potential.
Monday, 28 Mar 2011
MSI unveiled two flagship cards: the N580GTX Lightning and the R6970 Lightning.
Friday, 25 Mar 2011
MSI launches N590GTX-P3D3GD5, adopting dual GeForce GTX 500 GPUs with 1024 CUDA Cores and 3GB/768bits GDDR5 memory.
Wednesday, 16 Mar 2011
MSI unveils 2 N550GTX-Ti graphics cards based on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti GPU. With 1GB, 192-bit bandwidth graphics memory, the MSI N550GTX-Ti Cyclone II 1GD5 features the new Cyclone II cooling solution.
Tuesday, 8 Mar 2011
MSI announces the AMD Radeon R6990-4PD4GD5 graphics card. It is equipped with two AMD Radeon HD6900-series graphics processors and the world's first desktop card with 4GB GDDR5 memory.
Wednesday, 2 Mar 2011
The new R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition from MSI has propeller blade technology and triple over-voltage support which makes it 11 degrees cooler and 13.9dB quieter than its predecessors while also gaining a 21 percent performance boost.
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
MSI gives instructions to end users on how to exchange their faulty B2 MB for a free SATA3 card along with listing their models which already carry the latest Intel 6 series B3 stepping up.
Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011
Highlights of the Big Bang Marshal (B3) are eight sets of PCI-E 2.0 x 16 slots for a staggering combination of GPUs. Combined with Creative's top-class X-Fi MB2 sound technology, it can simultaneously take care of the three major elements that gamers care about the most: stability, performance and sound effects.