In addition to its RTX 3090 Suprim 35th Anniversary, MSI takes advantage of Computex to announce no less than twelve new cards. As you may have guessed, this announcement concerns new custom models of RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti. The program includes the Ventus 3X, the Suprim and the Gaming Trio!
RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti: twelve custom cards announced!
As a reminder, the Ventus series is the entry-level offer for the brand with the dragon. Although the card has a three-fan heatsink, it is also the most basic. The latter does not display any RGB diodes and is also one of the most basic. Nevertheless, we can count on the presence of three TorX 3.0 mills as well as a backplate to help with cooling. Similarly, we have a reinforcement that prevents the card from bending.
We continue with the Gaming Trio, which is also very impressive. This time, we can count on a more worked radiator, the Tri Frozr 2 topped by three Torx 4.0 mills. The RGB lighting also makes its appearance.
With its Suprim series, we are facing the top of the range of the brand. Already, the heatsink is more worked and we pass on a Tri Frozr 2S with a GPU in contact with a copper base. On this model, we can always count on the presence of TorX 4.0 fan. In short, on this model, we will find brushed aluminum on the casing, RGB between the fans or a dual bios.
In short, all this to say that MSI will offer RTX 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti in each range. Moreover, there will be two variants of each card in each series… Probably one OC model and not the other… Or even one OC version and a second one capable of going even higher. Nevertheless, we don’t have any information about the frequencies applied on each model, except for the 80 Ti Gaming X Trio which displays 1770 MHz.
Finally, you should know that we have just tested the MSI RTX 3080 Ti Suprim X!