AMD’s 300 series has been overlooked by a lot of people. Their Fury series really took all of the spotlight, but not everyone has that much money to spend on a graphics card. If you are an AMD fan the 300 series still does have a lot to offer. Today we will be taking a look at a R9 380 graphics card, which is more or less a rebranded R9 285. The card is based on the 28nm process and features 1792 stream processors, 32 ROPs, 112 TMUs. On the review block today is the MSI R9 380 Gaming 4G graphics card. MSI has given this card their “Gaming” treatment, which we are big fans of. So you have the Twin Frozr V cooling solution, a factory overclock, fans that turn off when you are not gaming, and of course the MSI Gaming styling on the card itself. Let’s take a look and see what this card is all about!
Besides’s MSI’s high-end Z87 MPower Max Motherboard and their Z87 XPower Motherboard MSI has a whole line of Z87 Gaming motherboards. Their upcoming Z87-GD65 motherboard has been pictured and detailed by CoolEnjoy. This board is made for gamers and latest notable addition includes the Sound Blaster Core chip which provides enhanced audio quality through the 7.1 channel audio jack.
MSI’s Gaming Series of products is mainly made up of motherboards and video cards, but MSI has just added to that as they have launched the AG2712 27-inch All-in-One Gaming PC. MSI is touting the AG2712 as “the world’s first 27-inch Gaming All-in-One PC”. The system is based of mobile NVIDIA and Intel hardware. It is powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge Mobile Core i7 3630QM processor and an a NVIDIA GTX 670MX graphics card.