MSI announces N460GTX-SE graphics cards

MSI today announced a new GeForce GTX 460 based graphics cards series, which features Cyclone thermal design, “military class” components and promise up to 30% overclocking capabilities.

The new series utilize GF104 GPU, but MSI ‘ didn’t reveal yet any clocks at these moment, but the overclock capabilities and the Cyclone thermal design, shows that the series  will include factory overclocked models. The cooling design includes nickel-plated copper base, two heat pipes and 90mm large PWM fan, which promise to reduces fan noise by up to 15.7% when compared to the reference cooler.

MSI N460GTX SE graphics cards

As usual MSI propose its Afterburner overclocking software, with which you can adjust the fan speed as well as fine-tune the voltage of the GPU, enhancing the performance of the GF104 GPU by up to 30%, claims the manufacturer.

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