MSI release Radeon R5670 graphic card for HTPCs

MSI reveals today, a  DirectX 11 capable R5670-PD512 graphic card with dual fans and low profile form factor, aimed at DIY users who like to build their own HTPCs with smaller cases.

The MSI R5670-PD512 graphics is equipped with heatsink which covers GPU and memory and two fans over it for better airflow, all this on low profile printed circuit board(PCB) for saving more space and to be able to fit in smaller cases. Its uses Military Class Concept components, including All Solid Capacitor and Solid State Choke, to “avoid the high frequency noise generating from choke vibration under high loading and provide a quiet operating environment”. MSI R5670-PD512 supports ATi Eyefinity technology, allowing to expand up to 3 displays, it has D-Sub, DVI and HDMI ports and is expect to be available soon.

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