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MSI launches GTX 650 Power Edition Graphics Card with Double Airflow

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Updated: Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 19:05 [IST]

MSI launches GTX 650 Power Edition Graphics Card with Double Airflow

MSI has announced the launch of GTX 650 Power Edition Graphics Card. The latest product is equipped with a range of advanced features giving it better control and stability. The temperature is maintained at optimum levels with the presence of TransThermal Cooling feature. MSI Military Class III components are used in its development that would give this one more durability. Users can also install an extra fan for adding further cooling support for the hardware. 

MSI GTX-650 Power Edition Graphics Card is built using Power Edition Architecture. 

Some of its key features include: 

  • Afterburner’s Triple Over Voltage Function

  • Adjustable GPU/Memory/PLL Voltages

  • 27 percent improvement in Overclockability

  • The new design of this graphic card is designed to improve power capacity by 33 percent

Dust Removal Technology

MSI GTX650 Power Edition graphics card uses a Double Airflow Mode for reducing the GPU temperature. The external fan is placed next to the module in Dual Fan Mode. The graphic card uses company’s proprietary ‘Dust Removal Technology’. The technology deals with reverse directional running of the fan so as to remove the dust. It also improves the cooling performance. Unlike the conventional fans, the new Propeller Blade Technology is designed to increase airflow by 20 percent. Significant noise reduction is also a feature of this new graphics card. The solid state capacitors promises 10 years of service life. 

MIL-STD-810G Standard

Users can also get the latest drivers for this GPU from NVIDIA; gaming experience is not going to remain the same with this new graphics card. The new MSI GTX-650 Power Edition graphics card compiles with MIL-STD-810G standard. The latest graphic card is capable of temperature reduction by almost 9 degrees Celsius.

Topics: msi news
Story first published:  Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 19:05 [IST]
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