128Mb MSI Radeon 9550SE-TD AGP4x/8x Mem 400MHz, DVI-I/S-Video/TV Out

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Product Overview RADEON™ 9550SE Series Chipset Features
• Quad-Pipe architecture delivers real-time cinematic rendering and animation.
• SMARTSHADER™ 2.0 technology supports Microsoft® DirectX® 9 feature sets, enabling more complex and cinematic-quality lighting effects
• SMOOTHVISION™ 2.1 technology delivers the sharpest, clearest textures without sacrificing frame rates
• 128-bit full floating point precision enables billions of color variations to render the same lighting and effects as Hollywood studios
• Full AGP 8X support doubles available bandwidth for the most engaging gameplay in its class
• Enjoy better performance and 3D imagery in multimedia, games and applications with Microsoft® DirectX® 9 optimized architecture
• DirectPlay of the Microsoft® DirectX® 9 brings improved multiplayer access to groups connecting over LANs and the Internet
• Supported by CATALYST™, the industry's most stable 3D acceleration software Also supporting the latest OpenGL® functionality and feature sets
• Optimized to run the most demanding 2D and 3D next-generation games and applications without putting extra strain on the CPU
• FULLSTREAM™ removes blocky artifacts from streaming Internet video to deliver smoother looking, higher quality online content
• VIDEO IMMERSION integrates features to provide unprecedented support for digital and high definition video
• RADEON ™ 9550 Visual Processing Unit (VPU)
• Enjoy long-term compatibility with the hottest Microsoft® DirectX® 9 gaming releases and backwards-compatibility with your favorite titles
• Display Support
- Independent resolutions and refresh rates for any two connected displays
• 4 parallel rendering pipelines and 2 parallel geometry engines
• AGP 8X support
• Support TRUFORM™ 2.0 and VIDEOSHADER™
• MPEG-2 decoding with motion compensation, iDCT and color space conversion
• Adaptive de-interlacing and frame rate conversion
• Support SMOOTHVISION™ 2.1 and HYPER Z™ III+
• Support SMARTSHADER™ 2.0
- Programmable pixel and vertex shaders
- Pixel shaders up to 160 instructions with 128-bit floating point precision
- Vertex shaders up to 1024 instructions with flow control
- Multiple render target support
- Shadow volume rendering acceleration
- High precision 10-bit per channel frame buffer support
- Supports DirectX 9.0 and the latest version of OpenGL
• Dual integrated display controllers
• Dual integrated 10-bit per channel 400MHz DACs
• Integrated 165 MHz TMDS transmitter (DVI 1.0 compliant)
• Integrated TV Output support up to 1024x768 resolution
• Optimized for Pentium 4 SSE2 and AMD® Athlon™ 3Dnow!
• PC 2002 compliant abs
• 2D Display Modes: Resolutions, colors and maximum refresh rates(Hz) in 256, 65K or 16.7M color

Features
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset Radeon 9550 SE
Edition N/A
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Cores N/A
Streams N/A
Core Clock 0 MHz
Boost Clock N/A
Memory Size 128MB
Memory Type  
Memory Clock 400 MHz
Memory Bus  
Cooling Solution  
Cooler Design  
Included/Fitted Backplate No
Interface AGP 4x/8x
Connectivity
  • 1 x DVI-I
  • 1 x S-Video
Maximum Digital Resolution  
Maximum Analog (VGA) Resolution  
Max. Concurrent Displays  
NVIDIA SLI Support  
GeForce GTX VR Ready No
Microsoft DirectX Support  
HDCP Ready No
Width  
Low Profile Compatible No
Low Profile Support N/A
Graphics Card TDP/Power  
Graphics Card Power Connectors  
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Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN/MSI
Telephone:
0871 472 4747

Additional Notes:
2 years warranty return to Scan, subject to manufacturer's warranty.

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