The N430GT utilises MSI’s Afterburner software, which allows adjustment of GPU core and memory voltage up to 20 percent overclocking capability.
The software can also save up to five different overclock setting profiles, allowing multiple users to adapt speeds, heat output, and power consumption depending on their individual requirements.
For those concerned about GPU temperatures, Afterburner will also provide real-time monitoring and adjustment straight from the software.
MSI is also touting the N430GT as having military class concept components, adopting the Super Ferrite Choke for better overclocking ability, a 10 percent greater effiency, and a 30 percent higher current to the GPU.
MSI promises that the solid capacitors contained in the card will have a lifespan of over 10 years, which it said amounts to a more stable performance and less chance of experiencing downtime during extended use.
Pricing is €79 ($110), making it a bit more expensive than Nvidia’s reference price for the non-overclocked models.