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MSI working on custom GeForce GTX 260 1792MB with overclocking panel

Posted on Thursday, February 19 2009 @ 20:48:01 CET by


Matbe unveils MSI is preparing a custom GeForce GTX 260 graphics card with 1792MB GDDR3 memory, which is double as much as current cards. The N260 Lightning card will use 10 (8+2) phase power and will have capacitors that are rated for 5,000 hours at a temperature of 125°C. There's a custom cooler with five heatpipes and two fans, and one of the more interesting features is that the card ships with a new overclocking accessory. It's called AirForce panel, little is known about it but it looks like a 5.25" device that will enable you to dynamically adjust clockspeeds and voltages.





 



 

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