MSI ha annunciato la nuova linea di video card non reference denominata GTX 670 Power Edition, che al momento include due varianti (P/N: N670GTX PE 2GD5/OC e N670GTX PE 2GD5), basate naturalmente sulla gpu GeForce GTX 670 di NVIDIA.
Entrambe le schede sono state realizzate in accordo all'architettura proprietaria MSI Power Edition, che prevede la rivisitazione dello stadio di alimentazione della card rispetto al design reference e promette un notevole miglioramento (fino al 22%) in termini di tolleranza all'overlocking.
La stabilizzazione termica delle nuove schede video Ŕ assicurata dalla dotazione di un cooler che implementa il Twin Frozr IV Thermal Design ed Ŕ in grado, rispetto ai modelli reference, di ridurre la temperatura di un delta il cui valore massimo Ŕ pari a 20░C e la rumorositÓ fino a 11.7dB, naturalmente a paritÓ di condizioni operative.
La robustezza dell'hardware Ŕ assicurata dalla feature denominata MSI Military Class III supportata dai componenti discreti fondamentali: essi rispettano lo standard MIL-STD-810G garantendo alte prestazioni abbinate a una elevata stabilitÓ.
Il core grafico della gpu della GeForce GTX 670 Power Edition con P/N N670GTX PE 2GD5 lavora a 1019MHz, mentre quello della variante con P/N N670GTX PE 2GD5/OC a 1019MHz, essendo tale card una "overclocked by factory".
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Leading mainboard and graphics card maker MSI today announced the release of its GTX 670 Power Edition (P/N: N670GTX PE 2GD5/OC and N670GTX PE 2GD5) graphics card. The new GTX 670 Power Edition is based on the MSI Power Edition architecture which incorporates Triple Overvoltage, a strengthened PWM enabling an impressive 22.5% boost in overclocking potential compared to the reference design. The new Twin Frozr IV Thermal Design keeps the card cool and MSI's exclusive Dust Removal technology ensures that the cooling module remains free of dust for optimal cooling performance.
In addition, Propeller Blade technology offers 20% more air flow than conventional fans, effectively reducing temperatures by up to 20░C and noise levels by 11.7dB. The MSI GTX 670 Power Edition uses Military Class III components that give overclockers a level of quality and stability they can count on. The power, cooling, and other components of the MSI GTX 670 Power Edition incorporate more functions and technologies than the reference board, making it the choice of those looking for superior overclocking performance.
MSI Power Edition Architecture Boosts Overclocking Potential by 22.5%
The MSI GTX 670 Power Edition graphics card is based on the MSI Power Edition architecture: Afterburner's Triple Overvoltage allows the GPU, Memory and PLL(Aux) voltages to be adjusted. The Enhanced PWM design provides 25% more current than the reference design to ensure high stability during overclocking.
Twin Frozr IV: 20░C Cooler and 11.7dB Quieter than Reference Board
The MSI GTX 670 Power Edition is equipped with MSI's latest Twin Frozr IV Thermal Design. MSI's exclusive Dust Removal technology automatically reverses the fans at startup to prevent dust build-up dust and optimize the cooling module's ability to dissipate heat.
Patented Propeller Blade technology provides 20% more air flow over conventional fans and increases the effective cooling area. When combined with dual 8 cm temperature-controlled fans, SuperPipe technology, and a nickel-plated copper base, temperatures are effectively reduced by up to 20░C and noise by 11.7dB!
Military Class III Components Guarantees High Quality and Stability
MSI Military Class III components have been independently tested to meet many of the strict requirements specified by the MIL-STD-810G standard in order to guarantee high quality and stability. Military Class III components used on the MSI GTX 670 Power Edition include Tantalum Core Hi-c CAP, 30% more powerful SFC, and Solid CAP with up to 10 years of service life. This choice of materials reflects MSI's firm commitment to delivering trustworthy and dependable products to its customers.
Source: MSI Press Release
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