AMD originally intended its Radeon HD 6750 and 6770 graphics cards for the OEM market, meaning they'd show up in pre-built systems from the likes of Dell, HP, and others. More recently, the chip maker confirmed these parts would also show up in the retail market, and it took all of 2 seconds for that to happen. MSI just announced three new videocards based on the HD 6700 architecture, including the R6770-MD1GD5, R6750-MD1GD5, and R6750-MD512D5.
All three cards support MSI's Afterburner overclocking utility, as well as the company's proprietary Predator video capture software. Using the Predator software, gamers can capture in-game video and save it directly to their hard drive in a variety of video formats, audio encoding, and video quality. You can then edit and upload to YouTube to show off your awesome stunts.
Other features specific to MSI include an 8cm PWM fan, Military Class II components, and HDMI 1.4a output that supports 3D video and 7.1 channel audio in lossless TrueHD and DTS-HD audio formats. As for the specs: