Coming Soon: MSI reveals the R6870 Twin Frozr II

November 25, 2010 | 11:49

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Silent and Cool superior DirectX 11

Internationally renowned graphics card and mainboard manufacturer MSI announces the R6870 Twin Frozr II Direct X 11 graphics card. The award winning SuperPipe equipped Twin Frozr II thermal solution keeps the operating temperature and sound levels well below normal levels. With up to 19°C cooler temperatures and up to 12.8dB lower sound levels compared to the reference design, the R6870 Twin Frozr II gives you a better computing environment and more headroom to overclock your card with MSI’s unique Afterburner version 2 software. With the enhanced cooler performance and usage of Japanese solid capacitors MSI’s R6870 becomes the best choice for everyone looking for a cool graphics card, low noise environment and expanded overclocking potential.
gMSI Twin Frozr II Thermal Solution

The Twin Frozr II cooler found on MSI’s Lightning and Hawk graphics cards and on the R6870 Twin Frozr II consists of a large Nickel-plated copper base heat sink with five SuperPipe equipped heat pipes connection to a high density aluminium fin array for excellent heat dissipation. The dual 8cm PWM driven fan setup supplies excellent airflow to the fin array. And components on the card. Under full load the Twin Frozr II cooler reduces GPU temperatures up to 19°C while keeping noise down with 12.8dB. By design, the R6870 Twin Frozr II is the industry’s first R6870 that achieves a perfect balance between comfort and overclocking headroom.

MSI Exclusive Afterburner Software version 2.0
MSI’s exclusive Afterburner utility allows for flexible overclocking and monitoring options. Both GPU and Memory frequency can be adjusted on the fly and GPU voltage adjustment allow more headroom when you’re looking for more GPU performance. The advanced fancontrol function allows adjustment of fanspeeds to ensure stability when required or low noise when needed. The latest Beta release of Afterburner even supports video capturing of all your games. New limits can be reached when combining MSI’s unique Afterburner features and MSI’s award winning Twin Frozr II thermal design.

MSI R6870 Twin Frozr II: Stability and Flexibility
all solid capacitors-01 - copy.pngThe R6870 Twin Frozr II allows a wide variety of display options. Two DVI-I connectors and HDMI 1.4a and two mini DisplayPort connectors give a wide variety of choices when combining your favourite (3D) screen to the R6870 Twin Frozr II. Card stability is guaranteed by the use of Japanese All Solid Capacitors.

Marketing Name R6870 Twin Frozr II
Model Name V245
GPU AMD RadeonTM HD 6870
Codename Barts XT
Stream Processors 1120 Units
Core Clock 900 MHz
Memory Clock 1050 MHz
Memory Size 1024MB GDDR5
Memory Bus 256 bits
Output 2x Mini DP / HDMI / DVI x2
b>TDP 151W
Card Dimension 245x115x35mm
Afterburner Support GPU-MEM Overclock / GPU Overvoltage / Fancontrol
DirectX 11
OpenGL 4.0
CrossFireX Y
Eyefinity Y
Avivo HD Y
PowerPlay Y
Form Factor ATX

This card will be available in December 2010.
For more information about price please check with your local retailer

About MSI

MSI is proud of its more than 20 years experience in designing and manufacturing high performance IT products. The product lines of MSI are motherboards, graphic cards, notebooks, consumer electronics, barebones, networking and server products, and fully integrated add-on peripherals. With its ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 qualified facilities, MSI products provide the best performance, reliability and value-increasing productivity. We distribute our products through offices located in The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Czech Republic, Poland, Serbia, Ukraine, Russia, United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Brazil, Taiwan, Japan, China, Korea, India and Australia. MSI markets its products to distributors, computer system manufacturers, and system integrators. For more information about the company go to
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