MSI is the world’s first mainboard manufacturer to introduce 100% Hi-c CAP’s on its mainboards. Hi-c CAP’s are the next generation solid capacitors, using 100% Hi-c CAP’s will deliver the best stability, reliability, overclocking and lifespan possible for a mainboard.
The first thing you notice when you see a MSI Big Bang mainboard is that it has no solid capacitors at all. After a closer look (and checking the backside of the PCB to be sure) you will notice that MSI is using a different type of capacitor called Hi-c CAPs.
Hi-c CAP’s are the next generation solid capacitors and are specially selected for those who want to bring their mainboard to the next level of overclocking performance. Component lifespan and stability are also the key points for MSI mainboards. Hi-c CAP stands for Highly-Conductive Polymerized Capacitor. The core of Hi-c CAP’s capacitors are build from Tantalum which is a rare metal. Hi-c CAP’s have excellent electrical benefits:
The excellent temperature characteristics make sure that the conductivity is not affected by temperature changes when overclocking. This makes the difference while overclocking with LN2, because solid capacitors are affected.
The HI-c Caps offer a lifetime which is 8 times longer than average solid state capacitors. Even at a constant high temperature of 85? in high loading environments, it can be used for over 16 years.
MSI is the first mainboard manufacturer to implement 100% Hi-C Cap’s instead of traditional solid capacitors raising the bar for high-quality products in the industry. Both MSI Big Bang Trinergy (with NF200) and MSI Big Bang Fuzion (with Hydra 200) are equipped with 100% Hi-C caps. Most MSI own designed VGA cards are equipped with Military Class components of which Hi-C Caps are a part. Considered Hi-c CAPs as the next generation capacitor, it captures the essence of MSI’s commitment to quality.
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