MSI R7870 HAWK Takes To The Sky

MSI logoLeading international graphics card and mainboard maker MSI today announced MSI R7870 Hawk, equipped with AMD's 28nm Radeon HD 7870 GPU. MSI introduce the flagship design concept of Lightning series into R7870 Hawk, adopting UnlockedDigitalPower that incorporates an Unlocked BIOS, DigitalPWM Controller, and Enhanced Power Design to boost overclocking potential and make overclocking easier than ever. With the industry first "GPU Reactor" power panel, it reduces power supply noise as well as increases overclocking stability. As for thermal solution, MSI R7870 Hawk utilizes the latest Twin Frozr IV Thermal Design with Dust Removal Technology.

The dual 8cm fan setup with PropellerBlade Technology generate massive airflow for fast heat dissipation while remaining whisper silent. The two form-in-one heatsinks improve cooling for memory and the power module as well ensure structural integrity. The R7870 Hawk uses Military Class III components which have passed rigorous testing to meet MILSTD810G standards, guaranteeing the card's stability and reliability under actual use conditions. Moreover, the "3X3 OC Kits" are designed to simplify overclocking, which makes it easier for users to fine-tune their graphics cards. Competing with flagship design of Lightning series, R7870 Hawk absolutely stands out on top among the industry's HD 7870 based graphics cards.

MSI R7870 Hawk

MSI R7870 Hawk Technical specifications

  • Name: MSI R7870 Hawk
  • GPU: AMD Radeon HD 7870 - 1100 MHz
  • Memory: 2GB GDDR5 - 4800 MHz - 256 bit
  • Cooling: MSI Twin Frozr IV with dust removal - fan type/size: PropellerBlade / 8cm
  • Output: DL-DVI-I / HDMI / 2x MiniDP
  • TDP: 200W
  • OC: MSI Afterburner, UnlockedDigitalPower, 3x3 OC Kit
  • Dimensions: 277x120x40.5mm (With GPU Reactor)
Source: techPowerUp

Tags: MSI, Radeon, videocards

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