MSI Announces Custom RTX 30 Series Graphics Cards

Source: MSI MSI Announces Custom RTX 30 Series Graphics Cards

MSI is introducing graphics cards based on the newly announced NVIDIA Ampere-based GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs. Newly refreshed GAMING and VENTUS designs will be the first entries in the RTX 30 series lineup, with more “planned to arrive in the near future”, according to MSI.

Think of this as a pre-announcement, with more details to follow.

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GAMING has been refreshed with a new look while maintaining the same great balance between performance, cooling, and low-noise that gamers have come to trust. Leading this updated product series is the new TORX Fan 4.0 design with pairs of fan blades bound together with an outer link, forming a rim that focuses airflow into the updated TRI FROZR 2 cooling system. A matte-finish backplate not only reinforces the graphics card, but provides passive cooling action through the implementation of thermal pads. Mystic Light adorns the exterior of the graphics card, illuminating color in synchrony with the rest of the PC through Mystic Light Sync and Ambient Link, all controlled with the Dragon Center software utility.

New models ranging from the RTX 3070 to RTX 3090 are coming, though clock speeds and power consumption numbers are still TBD.

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The popular VENTUS is back and bigger than ever, now enhanced with TORX Fan 3.0 and available in triple and dual fan variants. Whether it’s for work or for play, VENTUS’s performance-focused design maintains the essentials to accomplish any task at hand. A robust cooling system, reinforcing brushed-finish backplate, and rigid industrial aesthetic make this graphics card suitable for any build.

Like the GAMING series, there will be VENTUS models ranging from RTX 3070 to RTX 3090, and once again clocks/power are TBD. MSI’s product pages will be up soon, and for now you can read more on the MSI GeForce RTX 30 Series page.

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