MSI 602-V809-1195S Radeon RX 560 AERO ITX 4G OC - Bulk

MSI 602-V809-1195S Radeon RX 560 AERO ITX 4G OC - Bulk
MSI 602-V809-1195S Radeon RX 560 AERO ITX 4G OC - Bulk
MSI 602-V809-1195S Radeon RX 560 AERO ITX 4G OC - Bulk
MSI 602-V809-1195S Radeon RX 560 AERO ITX 4G OC - Bulk
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MSI Original Original sparepart directly from the MSI distributor

Item Number

  602-V809-1195S
Partnumber: 602-V809-1195S

This graphics card comes from a special item purchase directly from the manufacturer MSI.
The article is as good as new and is delivered in bulk packaged without accessories.

The graphics card was checked for full functionality by MSI before delivery to the IPC computer and may therefore show minimal optical installation marks on the circuit board in individual cases.
The statutory warranty applies.

Specifications:

  • GRAPHIC ENGINE: Radeon ™ RX 560
  • BUS STANDARD: PCI Express x16 (uses x8)
  • STORAGE INTERFACE: 128-bit
  • CORE CLOCK RATE (MHZ): 1196 MHz
  • STORAGE RATE (MHZ): 7000 MHz
  • MEMORY: 4GB GDDR5
  • MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SCREENS: 3
  • OUTPUT: DisplayPort / HDMI / DL-DVI-D
  • DIRECTX VERSION SUPPORT: 12
  • OPENGL VERSION SUPPORT: 4.5
  • MULTI-GPU TECHNOLOGY: Crossfire ™, 2-Way (Bridgeless)
  • POWER CONSUMPTION (W): 60 W
  • RECOMMENDED POWER SUPPLIES (W): 400W
  • CARD SIZE (MM): 155 x 113 x 39 mm
  • WEIGHT: 348g

The drivers for the product can be downloaded from the manufacturer's website.

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    With the first type, an exchange of the GPU is usually not a problem, some manufacturers have their own type of proprietary connectors for external GPUs you can purchase and connect one from them directly. There is also Thunderbolt 3 which is present on some modern Notebooks. It allows the connection of an external graphics card from any vendor.

    If your GPU is soldered on the mainboard either as a dedicated GPU chip or as part of the CPU an upgrade is almost impossible since it would have to be soldered on and also usually only one chip is compatible with the motherboard and firmware.

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