To fulfill consumers demand towards more performance and higher power efficiency, MSI, the leading manufacturer of graphics card and mainboards, launches the green editions of the N250GTS graphics card. The green series includes the N250GTS-2D512, N250GTS-2D1G, N250GTS Twin Frozr and N250GTS Twin Frozr 1G. Compared to previous generation GTS250 cards, the N250GTS green series adopts a GTS250 GPU with lower voltage decreasing powerconsumption by up to 25%. In addition, they are equipped with “Military Class Concept” components to improve it’s lifespan, performance and stability. Thus, the green series provides not only superior DirectX 10 performance, but they also help for a better environment.
The new MSI N250GTS Series is using a low voltage version of the GTS 250 GPU, lowering the power consumption up to 25%. Simultaneously waste heat also decreases, extending the product lifespan, while lowering both fan speed and noise. This results in overall lower system temperature providing users a more comfortable working environment.
Key components of the new N250GTS series are Solid State Chokes (SSC) and Solid Capacitors which follow the “Military Class Concept”. These high quality components not only increase operating stability and product lifespan, but also prevents buzz noise under full load.
The green version of the N250GTS Twin Frozr series is equipped with the powerful Twin Frozr thermal design with a dual PWM fan. This improves thermal efficiency up to 50% and redirects air flow to cool down the power module, memory and GPU. The fan speed is automatically adjusted depending on the GPU temperature, guaranteeing ultra-low noise emissions under regular load while dynamically adjusting the fan speed during gameplay and 3D-operations. The Twin Frozr thermal design remains very quiet and also offers improved safety. If one fan does not operate correctly for whatever reason, the second fan will provide the necessary cooling, to ensure that the graphic cards will not be damaged.
Click for larger image
Del med dine venner