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MSI unveils new Radeon Cyclone series of GPUs

Written by IT News on 4:18 PM

MSI, one of the world's leading suppliers of motherboards, video cards, laptops and other computer products, has just announced to expand its graphics cards with the introduction of another Radeon-based layout. The new models use the latest high-performance single-GPU solution from AMD, the Radeon HD 4890, which many users with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory and GPU speed as high as 1 GHz. The new series earlier this year has exhibited at the Computex computer display in Taipei, Taiwan.

The new Cyclone layout of the MSI graphics and overclocking of enthusiasts with a high-end graphics solution that is equipped with a dual-slot, single-fan cooling. According to the taiwan's supplier, the new cards have a 10cm PWM fan, which is allegedly the largest in a Radeon HD 4890 cards currently on the market. The major structure of the fan, in combination with the integration of four heat pipes (which is 60% thicker than the traditional, according to MSI), the Cyclone condenser to provide users with an efficient cooling solution for high-end GPU.

What are the technical specifications, the new cards, users with implementation of AMD's current flagship Radeon HD 4890 model. Cyclone R4890 OC Edition will be available with a 880MHz core speed, combined with 1GB of GDDR5 memory, which has a frequency of 3900MHz. Like other Radeon GPUs, this card allows users to support Microsoft DirectX 10.1, CrossFireX multi-GPU configurations, ATI Avivo HD Technology, ATI-Stream technology and PCI Express 2.0 support.

Unfortunately, there are no data on the map of prices and availability, but the new series will be time to shelves dealers worldwide.

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