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Three New AMD HD6000 Graphics Cards Released by MSI

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    MSI, the leading graphics card and motherboard manufacturer in the world, today announced the release of three new graphics cards based on the AMD Radeon HD6000 architecture: the R6670-MD1GD5, R6570-MD1GD3/LP, and R6450-MD1GD3/LP. All of the new MSI graphics cards in the AMD HD 6000 family support the latest version of MSI’s proprietary Afterburner software with the Predator video capture function. Gamers can enhance their gaming experiences by capturing in-game videos and sharing them with friends over the web!

    All of MSI’s new AMD HD 6000 graphics cards are equipped with HDMI 1.4a connectivity for the latest in 3D video support, and 7.1 channel lossless high-quality TrueHD and DTS-HD sound. The latest visual effects standards such as DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1 are also fully supported. The cards utilize Military Grade II components for extreme stability and durability. All in all, the new AMD HD6000 graphics cards offered by MSI provide the most fun and highest quality, qualifying it as the best choice on the market.

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    MSI Exclusive: Free Video Capture Feature
    The latest version of MSI's overclocking utility, Afterburner V.2.1.0, comes with the proprietary Predator video capture feature. Gamers can now capture in-game video directly to their hard drive in their preferred video format, audio encoding, and video quality. Anyone can become a director by editing their own movies and uploading them to share with the entire world. Bundled free with MSI graphics cards, the Afterburner overclocking utility, as well as the newly added Predator video capture feature, provides gamers with an offer they can't afford to miss out on.

    HDMI 1.4a Output and Latest Graphics Standards
    The new HDMI 1.4a connectivity offered on the MSI Radeon HD 6000 graphics cards supports 3D video and can also carry 7.1 channels of audio in lossless high-quality TrueHD and DTS-HD audio formats, providing consumers with the most complete audio visual experience. The perfect solution for 3D home entertainment system, these all-new MSI graphics cards feature the latest DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1 next-generation graphics standards for the best in video and audio fidelity. These graphics cards deliver everything an enthusiast could ever wish for both in terms of HTPC performance and features.

    Military Grade Components for ultimate durability
    MSI's new AMD Radeon HD 6000 graphics cards are equipped with solid state capacitors and aluminum cores to maintain a high level of stability even under the heaviest of workloads. The 6670-MD1GD5 and 6570-MD1GD3/LP even come with Super Ferrite Choke (SFC) for a 30% increase in GPU current flow to achieve even greater power stability. By using the highest quality components available, these cards provide customers with absolute peace of mind.
     
  2. meirb111 New Member

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    6570 with 2 fans how stupid is that!
     
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    You sen how weak looking those fans are. And a good thing about it if one of those fans fail the others there to help.
     
  4. meirb111 New Member

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    you are missing the point this cards should be quit less fan less noise
    it's better to have one bigger fan or passive cooler. 2 fan is just stuip
    for low power cards
     
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    Zip ties are your friend, and your missing my point one big fan fails heat issue's were as one of two fans fail less of a issue.

    And 2 smaller fans have better coverage.
     
  6. meirb111 New Member

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    fans that fails make noise before dying lots of noise your doubling the chance for failure and people with no knowledge of pc will have to throw
    the card and buy a new one. less fans=less noise =less failure chance for fans
     
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    your just being silly quit while your behind your too invested for someone I'm sure statistically had no plans to buy this item before seeing it. Making judgements on an items quality before a review based upon wost case scenarios you dream up is silly. Your too invested way to much in "videocard doomsday theories". What you said applies to any card alongside innovations like warnings set in bios for situations like that.

    They are extending some high performance properties and software to there lower models. Worth the money? probably not but always fun to watch them try. If the performance is even slightly better at the same price then they take home the cake. That's how it works.

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    "CHIBI FROZA"
    "FROZER MICRO"
    " LIL FROZA "
    "TWIN BABY FROZER"
    "FROZER JR"
    "SON OF FROZER"
     
  8. meirb111 New Member

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    this is low power card 2 fans on it just a marketing way not realy a hardware requirement .
     
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    that'd be sick if those little fans had two led colored lights (white, red , blue, etc) while they were running just to give it some touch


    these card's would do fine for building a sub $500 rig...
     
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    i dont recall saying it was please read the post again don't be so concerned about "winning"
     
  11. meirb111 New Member

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    no its a power hungry monster that need a 1000w psu:laugh::laugh::laugh:
     

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