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October 11, 2009

MSI releases new series of graphics cards

Uses 40nm GPUs allowing for the implementation of more transistors on the same surface area

By CBR Staff Writer

MSI, a graphics card and motherboard manufacturer, has launched the N220GT and N210 graphics cards series, which use 40nm GPUs allowing for the implementation of more transistors on the same surface area and at the same time.

The company claims that this results in much lower operating temperatures even under full load or during overclocking and increased energy efficiency.

MSI said that the latest N220GT and N210 series are also the first NVIDIA models to support the DirectX 10.1 multimedia gaming standard.

The company added that the new series of graphics cards use solid state capacitors, solid state chokes (SSCs) and other military class components for stability under heavy work load and increase lifespan. Furthermore electrical noise that are caused by traditional components is minimised and over-all stability is maximised.

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According to MSI, the latest graphic card series is also built to meet audio-visual demands by offering native HDMI output, which allows the users to hook up their LCD TV with one single cable combining audio and video.

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