MSI introduced a GeForce GT 430 with custom cooler, overclocked frequencies and special components. This card has a 785MHz core, 1570MHz shaders and 1GB DDR3 clocked at 1570MHz.
The World class graphics card and mainboard manufacturer MSI today officially launches the MSI N430GT Overclocked Low Profile graphics card supporting GPU and Memory Double Overvoltage. The Low Profile design makes it an excellent choice for a slim HTPC chassis. The MSI N430GT’s Military Class Concept components, including Super Ferrite Chokes (SFC) and Solid CAPs, improve stability, durability and overclocking potential. The MSI N430GT graphics card supports NVIDIA PhysX and 3DVision technology, making it an excellent choice for those that are looking for a Low Profile card with extended capabilities.
MSI's Exclusive Double Overvoltage
The brand new MSI N430GT graphics card comes factory overclocked to 785 MHz GPU and 1570 MHz Shader core. The memory is overclocked to 2000 MHz. The MSI N430GT leverages the capabilities of MSI’s exclusive Afterburner software. Double Overvoltage is exclusively available on MSI graphics cards in combination with Afterburner version 2. Afterburner version 2 allows saving of up to five different overclock settings profiles. Real-time monitoring of GPU temperatures gives consumers complete control of the status of their card.
Military Class Concept components
The MSI N430GT graphics card comes equipped with Super Ferrite Chokes which offer a 10% better efficiency and 30% higher current to the GPU. This means more power available when you want to overclock. Solid CAPs have a lifespan of over ten years which effectively reduces the possibility of a card failure and improves system stability.
3D Stereoscopic HD movies are the future, available now. The new MSI N430GT graphics cards support 3DVision technology and the latest HDMI interface, HDMI 1.4a to support 7.1 TrueHD and DTS-HD non-distortion high-quality sound format transmission. Combined with PhySX, this makes the N430GT the best choice for Low Profile 3D HTPCs.