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Wednesday, September 13, 2006
MSI Announces X1950XT And X1900XT VGA cards


MSI is introducing two new graphics cards to the market, MSI RX1950XTX-VT2D512E and MSI RX1900XT-VT2D256E

Both cards respectively use ATI?s top-of-the-line R580+ and R580 graphics processing chips, offering our users the most stunning 3D visual effects possible.

MSI RX1950XTX-VT2D512E:

* ATI R580+ graphics processing chip

* Core display processor speed of 650 MHz

* Equipped with 48 Pixel Shaders

* 8 Vertex Shaders

* 16 sets of texture processing units

In short, it is packed with explosive 3D graphics processing power. The new ATI R580+ raises the bar on memory controllability, and is coupled with GDDR4 display memory granularity, and a clocking rate of 1 GHz. MSI RX1950XTX-VT2D512E also come with 512 MB of on-board memory, contributing to a performance enhancement of 30 to 40% over the earlier X1900XTX and providing even more high-end support to graphics and video processing tasks. The ATI R580+ graphics processing chips are made with the 80 nano-scale manufacturing process, resulting in heat generated by the chips significantly reduced.

Additionally, MSI RX1950XTX-VT2D512E card will also have a water cooling and a low-noise cooling fan installed on top, resulting in ultra-quiet operation.

Positioned to target the mid- to high-end market, MSI RX1900XT-VT2D256E graphics cards use the ATI R580 graphics processing chip, with a clocking rate of 625 MHz. The on-board memory used for display is a spacious 256 MB with GDDR3 standard, which has a clocking rate of 725 MHz. This allows our users on a tighter budget to still experience some pretty powerful 3D visual effect made possible by this high-end display card.

MSI?s Exclusive Picture Quality Enhancing ?Vivid? Technology

All MSI ATI-series graphics cards come equipped with MSI exclusive ?Vivid? picture quality enhancing technology. That brings the easiest way to optimize graphics quality, to sharpen characteristics edge and to enhance contrast when playing games, working with pictures, or documents.

ATI Video Optimizing ?Avivo? Technology

MSI RX1950XTX-VT2D512E and MSI RX1900XT-VT2D256E both have ATI video optimizing technology ?Avivo? built in. Avivo is a feature that only MSI new generation graphics cards form ATI RX1000 product line have. Through revolutionary enhancements made to the graphics processing chip architecture, the colors of our video become brighter and more realistic. During video play back, problems associated with video overlay or video appearing choppy can also be effectively eliminated. Features such as 10-bit image sampling and 16-bit dynamic ranging make the videos generated by the RX1000 series display cards appear much more realistic.The unprecedented video quality enhancement made possible by Avivo and can be observed not only on computer screen, but on projected screen through a projector or on a large sized digital display screen as well.

Support for Shader Model 3.0.

Both MSI RX1950XTX-VT2D512E and MSI RX1900XT-VT2D256E support the Shader Model 3.0. standard, which allows these cards to greatly outperform their predecessors through the optimization of the display core itself and the game?s software codes. Using MSI graphics cards, the game world has moved another step closer to reality.


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