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MSI today lauded the successful certification of its first Nvidia-based graphics card with an HDMI port. Similar cards can't be far behind, but MSI claimed to be the first graphics card maker to pass the HDMI certification process.

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The card in question is the NX7600GT Diamond Plus. In addition to sporting an HDMI port, the board will ship with an s-video TV-out port and a DVI connector for standard monitors. The PCI Express card comes with MSI' DOT 2 auto-overclocking system.

The MSI card is expected to ship later this month. ®

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