MSI Debuts R6850 And R6870 Video Cards

Posted: Oct 25 2010, 11:53am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 25 2010, 6:48pm CDT, in News | Computer Hardware

MSI Debuts R6850 and R6870 Video Cards
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More ATI video cards launch

Last week marked the launch of the AMD HD 6850 and HD 6870 video cards and so far, we have seen the cards hit market from several different makers. MSI is big in the notebook and computer hardware market and the firm has announced its own branded versions of the cards.

The cards are the R6580 and the R6870. Both of the offerings support 3D and AMD Eyefinity multiple monitors. The cards have nice connectivity with DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4 outputs for 3D on a big screen.

MSI uses all solid-state capacitors on the cards and the cards use the MSI Afterburner software for adjusting speed and saving profiles. The R6850 also uses a special heat sink and fan system that is an MSI exclusive for better cooling and good looks.

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