A couple of interesting versions of GeForce 9600 GT from MSI

April 14, 2009, 3:20 pm

a couple of interesting versions of geforce 9600 gt from msi 
a couple of interesting versions of geforce 9600 gt from msi   The range manufactured by Micro-Star International (MSI) has recently added video cards with two new and very original in execution versions of the graphic adapter NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT, each which formed on the printed circuit board custom red and fitted with an alternative design dvuhslotovym round cooler with a radiator and a large fan in the center.
According to the official website of the manufacturer`s specifications, models MSI N9600GT-MD512 and MSI N9600GT-MD1G differ from each other so that the first manned GDDR3 memory in 512 MB with a frequency of 1800 MHz, while the second is on board 1024 MB is the same memory that operates at a frequency of 1400 MHz. However, in both cases, using 128-bit memory interface, while the frequency of graphic core is 600 MHz.
Both the accelerator has 64 stream processors, use the PCI Express bus 2. 0 х16, compatible with DirectX 10. 0 Shader Model 4. 0, and support technologies such as NVIDIA Lumenex Engine, NVIDIA Quantum Effects Technology, NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology, NVIDIA CUDA Technology, and NVIDIA SLI Technology. As for recruiting retired rear panel ports, it includes D-Sub, DVI and HDMI.
At the moment there is no exact information on when and how the prices above products will be on sale.


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