MSI intros N480GTX Twin Frozr II graphics card

MSI presents the N480GTX Twin Frozr II graphics card, built on the latest 40nm manufacturing process, equipped with Twin Frozr II dual Fan cooling solution and comes with 1536MB GDDR5 memory.

The N480GTX Twin Frozr II is powered by GF100 GPU clocked at 700 MHz, 1536MB GDDR5 @ 3696MHz memory with a 384-bit memory interface, and offers dual-DVI and HDMI 1.3a outputs. The card is equipped with the latest Twin Frozr II thermal design – a large-area copper-base heat-sink with high-density fins, coupled with  two 8cm PWM fans and according MSI, this design reduces temperature by 14C and noise by 4dB when compared to the the reference design.

MSI N480GTX Twin Frozr II

The card supports NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, PhysX, 3-way SLI and CUDA technologies and also supports the MSI-exclusive Afterburner overclocking software. MSI didn’t announce the card price.

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