MSI launched the MSI P7NGM Digital and MSI P7NGM-FI, two motherboards based on the new GeForce 9300 (nForce 730i) chipset.
The MSI P7GM mainboards support NVIDIA CUDA Technology, Hybrid SLI and PureVideo HD technology, which make these mainboards perfect for multimedia purposes. They deliver 7.1-channel audio and support peripherals connected through HDMI, DVI, IEEE1394, USB2.0 and Gigabit LAN interface.
MSI P7NGM Digital and P7NGM-FI both support LGA755 Intel Core 2 Extreme / Quad / Duo, Pentium Dual-Core & Celeron processors and support dual-channel DDR2-800 memory. With the onboard NVIDIA GeForce 9300 graphics the mainboards support NVIDIA CUDA technology, DirectX 10, NVIDIA Pure Video HD, DVI, HDMI, D-Sub output and Hybrid SLI. By installing a graphics card in the PCI-E x16 slot, users link the onboard graphics display to their graphics card. Furthermore, MSI P7NGM series are equipped with 100% all made-in-Japan solid capacitors.
Support NVIDIA CUDA Technology
The new generation onboard NVIDIA GeForce 9300 GPU supports NVIDIA CUDA technology, which provides high-speed GPU advantages. The computing tasks are transferred from CPU to GPU. Compared with the CPU performance, the computing capability of the GPU is stronger. Future games and programs will support NVIDIA CUDA technology.
High-performance Hybrid SLI
In the past, the 3D performance of onboard graphics on a mainboard wasn’t good enough to meet the requirements. When a graphics card was installed, the built-in graphics became worthless but it still increased the power consumption and the system’s temperature. MSI P7NGM series mainboard supports Hybrid SLI, through GeForce Boost technology. Users can install an GeForce 8400/8500 graphics card and combine it with the onboard graphics to achieve higher 3D performance up to 70% compared to the onboard graphics.
PureVideo™ HD create high-definition Video
MSI P7NGM series mainboard in combination with NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology can display Blu-ray video with the decoder chip. It allows the CPU to playback the video smoothly under low CPU load. This allows the CPU to run other applications at the same time.