MSI 870A Fuzion pairs the low-end and high-end

by Rafael Hernandez on September 13, 2010 · 0 comments

The majority of enthusiasts build machines with their eye on all-out gaming performance which, more often than not, relies on graphics cards doing the heavy lifting. MSI has paired up the distinctively low-end AMD 770 chipset with Lucid’s Hydra frame gathering chip for a decidedly weird but totally workable motherboard. The Hydra chip enables you to run two graphics cards from any manufacturer, yes NVIDIA and AMD, in a pseudo Multi-GPU configuration that improves performance and gives you a heck of a lot of flexibility when it comes time to upgrade your cards and the board’s extensive overclocking functionality is sure to be a hit as well.

MSI 870A Fuzion Motherboard @ OCIA

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