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Old 24th January 2008, 14:23   #1
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Default New MSI R3650 & R3450 series Graphics cards

MSI proudly introduces the brand new MSI R3650 and R3450 series graphics cards. The graphics cards are based on the ATI Radeon HD3600 and ATI Radeon HD3400 GPU. MSI offers users the ultimate gaming card for high definition gaming in the mid-range segment. The new graphic cards in are energy saving and equipped with MSI Exclusive Vivid Video Technology, ATI AvivoTM HD and suitable for Hybrid CrossFire. The new DirectX10.1 will give users a real-life experience. Together with ATI CrossfireX you can upgrade your performance to even greater heights!

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