Released January, 2009
The Pros:High performance in gaming and demanding video applications, stays between 30 and 60 FPS. Requires no tweaking out-of-box, spec'd to perform with high demand. Handles high resolutions (1920x1200) at high framerates easily.
The Cons:Onboard software has no overclocking capabilities. Highly expensive compared to most other video cards. Very bulky and heavy compared to most graphics cards.
The MSi N295GTX-M2D1792 is a high end video card aimed at hardcore gamers and home theater computer enthusiasts. An added feature it has over the original N295GTX-2D1792 is native HDMI and NVIDIA SLI Multi-monitor support.
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Otherwise, it's the same card in every way. It has a fast processor, plenty of memory, and a variety of display types are supported. Adapters are included so that you can send video directly to a television. An advanced cooling system is used to take heat away from the card even under overclocked conditions, and the overall size of the card is kept as small as possible.
The processor is a 576MHz GeForce GTX 295 processor, supported by 1792MB of DDR3 memory. The memory itself is clocked at 1998MHz and uses a 896-bit interface to exchange data with the processor. The card uses a PCI-E 2.0 slot, and outputs in VGA, DVI-I, TV, and HDMI. There is on-board support for H.264 video. DirectX 10 and OpenGL 2.1 are supported, and there is SLI support as well.
- 576MHz GeForce GTX 295 processor
- PCI Express 2.0
- 1792MB DDR3 memory
- 1998MHz memory clock speed (896-bit)
- 2 x VGA, 2 x DVI-I, TV, and HDMI outputs
- HDCP support
- HDTV support
- 2560x1600 resolution
- DirectX 10.0 support
- OpenGL 2.1 support
- SLI Support
- Native HDMI & NVIDIA SLI Multi-Monitor support
User Reviews (1)
High performance in gaming and demanding video applications, stays between 30 and 60 FPS
Requires no tweaking out-of-box, spec'd to perform with high demand
Handles high resolutions (1920x1200) at high framerates easily
Runs consistently cool with stock cooler
Onboard software has no overclocking capabilities
Highly expensive compared to most other video cards
Very bulky and heavy compared to most graphics cards
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