MSI Launches R5870/R5850 Graphics Cards with Twin Frozr II Cooling

MSI Launches R5870/R5850 Graphics Cards with Twin Frozr II Cooling

 

World-leading manufacturer of mainboards and graphics cards, MSI, today launches new versions of the R5870/R5850 with the Twin Frozr II cooling design. This design features dual 8-cm PWM fans and dual 8-mm SuperPipe technology for greatly improved thermal performance, while maintaining low-noise during operation. In addition to the improved cooling design, the card is also equipped with military class components as well as supporting the latest technologies such as ATI Stream, Eyefinity, OpenCL and DX11. The R5870 Twin Frozr II and R5850 Twin Frozr II are products that should not be missed by consumers who value both performance and silence.  
Compared to ordinary single-fan designs, the all-new MSI R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II has adopted two 8-cm PWM fans to double the airflow during operation. It can also remove the generated heat more quickly while reducing the operational noise with its auto-load speed detection capability. In addition, Twin Frozr II’s unique super-dense fin and dual 8-mm SuperPipe technology are able to accelerate heat dispersion and to contribute to the stability of the system. Therefore in an actual full-speed test, it can lower the temperature by up to 12°C compared to reference products available on the market!
In addition to the unique thermal design, the MSI R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II have adopted ultra-high quality military class components, including Hi-c CAP capacitors, which boasts an 8 times lifespan compared to solid-state capacitors. It also effectively reduces the high-frequency noise when overclocking or under high-load. The Solid State Chokes and the Solid CAP capacitors effectively reduce crashes or delays due to overheating of the hardware in long-term operation, providing an excellent and stable system performance.
The MSI R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II also supports MSI's exclusive Afterburner overclocking software, which is designed specifically for advanced power users. It supports overvoltage function of the GPU and has a superior overclocking performance, bringing a more convenient experience to overclockers. The advanced fan speed control feature can be customized. The fan’s speed can be adjusted in real time according to the core temperature, thus effectively reducing the heat and noise generated by high-frequency operation.

World-leading manufacturer of mainboards and graphics cards, MSI, today launches new versions of the R5870/R5850 with the Twin Frozr II cooling design. This design features dual 8-cm PWM fans and dual 8-mm SuperPipe technology for greatly improved thermal performance, while maintaining low-noise during operation. In addition to the improved cooling design, the card is also equipped with military class components as well as supporting the latest technologies such as ATI Stream, Eyefinity, OpenCL and DX11. The R5870 Twin Frozr II and R5850 Twin Frozr II are products that should not be missed by consumers who value both performance and silence.

Compared to ordinary single-fan designs, the all-new MSI R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II has adopted two 8-cm PWM fans to double the airflow during operation. It can also remove the generated heat more quickly while reducing the operational noise with its auto-load speed detection capability. In addition, Twin Frozr II’s unique super-dense fin and dual 8-mm SuperPipe technology are able to accelerate heat dispersion and to contribute to the stability of the system. Therefore in an actual full-speed test, it can lower the temperature by up to 12°C compared to reference products available on the market!

In addition to the unique thermal design, the MSI R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II have adopted ultra-high quality military class components, including Hi-c CAP capacitors, which boasts an 8 times lifespan compared to solid-state capacitors. It also effectively reduces the high-frequency noise when overclocking or under high-load. The Solid State Chokes and the Solid CAP capacitors effectively reduce crashes or delays due to overheating of the hardware in long-term operation, providing an excellent and stable system performance.

The MSI R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II also supports MSI's exclusive Afterburner overclocking software, which is designed specifically for advanced power users. It supports overvoltage function of the GPU and has a superior overclocking performance, bringing a more convenient experience to overclockers. The advanced fan speed control feature can be customized. The fan’s speed can be adjusted in real time according to the core temperature, thus effectively reducing the heat and noise generated by high-frequency operation.

 


Link: MSI

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