Today, by MSI were presented new motherboards designed for the installation of processors AMD AM3, which promise high productivity and focus on overclockers and enthusiasts.
New models have been marking 790FX-GD70 and 790GX-G65. They support the work with 45-nm processors, AMD Phenom II, the type of DDR3 memory and equipped with brand energy-saving technologies: DrMOS second generation, and APS (Active Phase Switching).
Declaring that the motherboards series MSI AM3 provide the user with high efficiency (93.6%) when using the consumption of electricity and emit little heat with their work.
MSI 790GX-GD70, made at the chipset 790FX/SB750, has a 5-design phase DrMOS Power Design and supports processors with TDP 140 Watts. According to MSI APS technology allows to provide all the elements of a PC with a high load of adequate energy, as in the case of inaction - can significantly reduce energy consumption in the automatic mode.
In addition, MSI 790FX-GD70 and 790GX-G65 supports the functions that are likely to be demanded by demanding users: OC Dial and MAX FSB. They can be in real time to breaking the system, while matching the most popular frequency system bus.
The board MSI 790FX-GD70 and 790GX-G65 supports the withdrawal of 7.1-channel audio are equipped with eSATA ports and USB. In the MSI 790FX-GD70 supports ATI CrossFire and Hybrid CrossFireX, this board supports up to 4 productive card into the slot 4 x PCI-E 2.0 x16.
MSI 790GX-G65, in turn, the product on the AMD 790GX chipset with integrated in video processor - Radeon HD3300. They are supported by API DirectX 10, the connectors DVI, HDMI and D-sub. Also, pay-supported 1-Gbit DDR3-1333 memory SidePort to improve the productivity of the video subsystem, which can be upgraded and strengthened themselves by acquiring a stake MSI R3400 and use Hybrid CrossFireX.