MSI launches a brand new product in the form of gaming graphics NVIDIA GTX 950. It belongs to the category of middle class, but offer several trump cards as lower cost, lower power consumption and support for all the latest NVIDIA graphics technology, which will attract a wide fan base.
For a number of GTX 950 was elected the new chip labeled GM206, which carries 768 stream processors. Využitá architektura Maxwell druhé generace opět aspirující na mnohá ocenění, například díky neskutečně nízké spotřebě si vystačí pouze s napájením pomocí jednoho šestipinu.
The card is suitable due to its compact size for building small and powerful computers. A well-prepared cooler has enough reserve for long gaming sessions. 28 mm core itself runs at a frequency of 1076 MHz. Can not overclock up to 1253 MHz beautiful. Connects video devices card is equipped with two DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort.
Performance is not everything. To ensure that your card has reached great performance for a long time, is made from the finest components, which are subject to standard 4th Military Class also has a popular technologies, such as the possibility of involvement in SLI and NVIDIA 3D Vision. Finally, the card supports the latest DirectX 12th This will make your game filled with stunning detail and be more realistic than before.
The chinese company MSI (Micro-Star International) has earned a solid place in the world of IT, mainly producing motherboards for desktop computers. However, it also produces high quality graphics cards, barebone computers, notebook computers, networking products, servers, and many other computer components. MSI products support the latest technologies and provide the performance necessary for all applications. Recently, the company has begun making a name for itself in the growing segment of gaming notebooks.
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