MSI debuts new Radeon HD 4350 graphics cards with 256MB and 512MB memory:
MSI unveils its R4350 series graphics cards, based on ATI Radeon HD 4350 GPU, supporting DirectX 10, DVI-to-HDMI output through adapter, UVD 2.0 decoder and high definition video and audio support. Next to that, the zero-noise heatsink cooler and the high power efficiency make the MSI R4350-D512H and MSI R4350-D256H most ideal for Home Theatre PC use. Both MSI R4350-D512H and MSI R4350-D256H are low profile graphics cards which can be installed in a small chassis.
Zero Noise Cooling
The second-generation 55nm GPU’s in the R4350 series reduces power consumption and heat. The graphics cards are also equipped with a zero noise passive cooling to stay cool even under full operation.
Blu-Ray Movie Support
Both graphics cards come with advanced UVD 2.0 decoder core, a built-in HDCP key encryption. This supports Blu-Ray movie disc broadcast and makes 100% complete hardware acceleration to MPEG-2/VC-1/H.264 video formats, significantly reducing CPU loading. Even with an entry-level CPU, the system can playback the next -generation Blu-Ray movie disc properly and smoothly.
1.7 times more performance
The MSI R4350-D512H and MSI R4350-D256H graphics cards utilize the ATI Radeon HD 4350 GPU core (codenamed RV710), with 80 stream processors. The new series deliver up to 1.7 times more performance compared to the previous generation. Users can easily enjoy the DirectX® 10 games by using the entry-level graphics card.