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MSI launches new AMD-based motherboard and graphics card
Press release, July 14; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 14 July 2009]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has launched its AMD 760G chipset-based 760GTM-P33 motherboard, with integrated ATI Radeon HD 3000 GPU.

The motherboard also features MSI's Active Phase Switching (APS) technology, which is an IC chip that can automatically control various power supply demands to reduce total power usage, Easy OC Switch technology can help users to turn on overclocking with a click of the button, and TPM technology offers a more secure way to store files, highlighted the company.

The motherboard uses solid capacitors to ensure working stability.

MSI has also released its ATI Radeon HD 4890 GPU-based R4890 Cyclone series graphics cards, featuring 800 built-in stream processors and 1GB GDDR5 256-bit memory.

MSI R4890 Cyclone series adopt military class components, including Hi-c CAP, SSC (Solid State Chock), and long-life solid capacitors, and a 10cm PWM fan, noted MSI.

The MSI R4890 Cyclone series uses a 8mm heatpipe, which is 60% thicker than traditional heatpipes to help increase cooling efficiency by 90%.

MSI 760GTM-P33 motherboard specifications

Item

Detail

Socket

AM2+

CPU support

AMD Phenom processor

HyperTransport bus

Up to 5200MT/s for AM2+ CPU
2000 or 1600MT/s for AM2 CPU

Chipset

AMD 760G+SB710

Memory support

Dual-channel DDR2 667/800/1066 memory, support up to 8GB

Sources: Company, compiled by Digitimes, July 2009

MSI R4890 Cyclone series graphics cards specifications

Item

Detail

Graphics engine

ATI Radeon HD 4890

Bus standard

PCI Express x16 2.0

Memory type

GDDR5

Memory size

1024MB

Memory interface

256-bit

Core clock speed

880MHz

Memory clock speed

3900MHz

Memory bandwidth

124.8GB/s

Texture fill rate

34 billion/sec

Display output (Max resolution)

2560×1600

RAMDACs

400

Sources: Company, compiled by Digitimes, July 2009

MSI 760GTM-P33 motherboard

MSI 760GTM-P33 motherboard
Photo: Company

MSI R4890 Cyclone series graphics card

MSI R4890 Cyclone series graphics card
Photo: Company

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