MSI Releases Radeon R9 270X Gaming 4G Graphics Card

MSI has revealed its new Radeon R9-270X Gaming 4G graphics card. This graphics card features a custom design, and being from MSI, this means that it features the TwinFrozr IV cooler. Also, this specific model features 4 GB of GDDR5 memory rather than the standard 2 GB specification.

The card's GPU is clocked at a base frequency of 1030 MHz, while it can boost up to 1120 MHz. The card is also built using MSI's Military Class 4 components which include solid state capacitors to give the card a longer lifetime and better temperature resistance.

Display outputs include dual-DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort, and the card draws its power from a pair of 6-pin PCIe power connectors.

The card should arrive in stores soon.

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  • quangluu96
    Who the hell game with 4GB on a mid range card ._.
  • ingtar33
    all that ram is for xfire... those cards are just strong enough while in xfire to be ram bottlenecked by 2gb of vram in a ram intensive game at high resolutions. bf4 for example uses more then 2gb of vram at 1440p and ultra... the r9-270x is strong enough in xfire to game at 1440p in bf4. so more vram would be ideal to prevent ram bottlenecking.
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  • quangluu96
    Who the hell game with 4GB on a mid range card ._.
  • Vignesh Kamath
    now we need a comparison of performance of this card vs the 270X 2 GB card.
  • vmem
    title made me thing the card can magically connect via 4G XD