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Old 27th July 2009, 15:45   #1
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Default MSI launches N250GTS Twin Frozr graphics cards series

Today MSI unveils two new cards of its N250GTS Series: MSI N250GTS Twin Frozr 1G OC and N250GTS Twin Frozr 512mb OC. Both cards have a Twin Frozr thermal design combined with dual PWM fans and 3 highly efficient heatpipes to keep the temperature low and improve the cards' stability. Additionally, MSI's N250GTS Twin Frozr series features 128 stream processors, 256-bit GDDR3 high-speed memory, and Military Class components for the longest lifespan and stability. The powerful N250 Twin Frozr series provide a smooth DirectX 10 game play and a great gaming experience. http://www.msi.eu/news/press/2009/PR...win-Frozr.html
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