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    MSI Develops Dust Removal Technology for Graphics Cards



    Off late, MSI has been at the forefront of graphics card innovations. The latest is what the company refers to as "Dust Removal Technology". Dust buildup on the surface of heatsink fins can reduce cooling efficiency. Without giving us too many details about its testing, MSI claims that a clean cooler can keep temperatures down by as much as 15°C. Dust Removal Technology uses a simple method of running fans in the opposite rotation, drawing air from the heatsink and pushing it out through its intakes, with 100% fan speed for 30 seconds at system startup can work to reduce dust accumulation in the tough to clean parts of the cooler. Since the "dust removal" happens on each system startup, cleaning happens on a very regular basis. MSI plans to implement the Dust Removal Technology on all its new and upcoming graphics cards.



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    Default Re: MSI Develops Dust Removal Technology for Graphics Cards

    That's cool.
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    Default Re: MSI Develops Dust Removal Technology for Graphics Cards

    This is a seriously cool & needed feature.Though 5 mins of reverse spin would be better.

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    Default Re: MSI Develops Dust Removal Technology for Graphics Cards

    Finally they are making something that will be actually helpful to us (me anyway!!)

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    Default Re: MSI Develops Dust Removal Technology for Graphics Cards

    But Asus's Direct CU II comes with an anti-dust solution too right? So no way it's a first, these manufacturers, specially MSI has been sounding like Bangladeshi advertises lately, the last time they were claiming to be the first ones to manufacture PCI E Gen 3.0 motherboards but ASRock did it a week before they did, and there's nothing like a manual dusting, I'd say it's a cheap stunt to grab attention.

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