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MSI intros N260GTX Twin Frozr graphics card

Posted on Wednesday, March 18 2009 @ 17:28:43 CET by


MSI has released another GeForce GTX 260 graphics card, the N260GTX Twin Frozr. This overclocked graphics card has a cooler with five heatpipes and two fans. The card has a 655MHz core, 1408MHz shaders and 896MB GDDR3 memory clocked at 2100MHz.
Dual Fan and 5-heatpipe design
MSI’s new Twin Frozr on N260GTX has an intelligent dual-fan design. The card produces ultra-low noise under regular load and dynamically adjusts the fan speed during intensive game play and other 3D-operations. Moreover, the dual-fan design provides twice as much cooling efficiency. The Twin Frozr on MSI N260GTX also has a 5-heatpipe design to improve the efficiency of heat dissipation even more.

Overclocking design for MSI N260GTX graphics card
For the extreme gamers, MSI offers an OC edition, which is more than 10% faster default than N260GTX graphics cards based on the reference design. Like the other MSI N260GTX cards, it supports the NVIDIA PhysX acceleration technology.

100% Solid State Capacitors Design
The solid and liquid capacitors both store and discharge electricity when needed. Solid capacitors have a longer lifespan and a more stable current than liquid capacitors. Therefore MSI N260GTX series have an all solid capacitors design.



 



 

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