MSI Hints GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Graphics Cards Featuring Twin Frozr VI Cooling And Custom PCB


Finally the much awaited announcement fans of PC gaming were anxiously waiting for has been made official, though only in the form of a teaser of MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti image which surfaced online the other day. This cryptic hint shows that the launch of the highly anticipated MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is just around the corner. As expected, the new card will feature high-end, powerful specs. So, let’s see what’s all the fuss about.

This news came in a month after the official launch of the GTX 1080 Ti by Nvidia last month. The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is available for $600 and is being touted as the best Nvidia graphics card to date. Meanwhile MSI wants to take the performance of the GTX 1080 Ti to a whole new level by coating a layer of additional custom features over already feature packed GTX 1080 Ti.


To make the graphics card perform at its maximum potential over long periods of time, MSI has slotted a custom PCB coupled with the advanced Twin Frozr VI for maintaining the overclock speed for prolonged intervals while offering the cooling performance similar to those of popular Pascal GPUs.

MSI brings all its best expertise in GPU field to produce best quality components to make sure uninterrupted, fast power supply to the enthusiast grade GPU. Cooling performance of the GPU will be regulated by the latest Twin Frozr VI cooling system that is capable of giving 22 percent more air pressure via its Torx 2.0 design. MSI is working on producing fully customized GTX 1080 Ti that will work best on supported devices by offering custom feature not available on other similar products on the market.

In order to lend durability to the GPU, MSI has protected the front panel of the PCB with a large plate. Furthermore, there is a range of RGB lights on the cover of the cooler that are easy to control from the afterburner utility software package by MSI. Power connection The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Graphics Card will come with dual 8-pon connectors.

We are expecting to see more customized GTX Ti models launching soon, most likely at the Computex 2017. ASUS already unveiled its custom GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU lineup with other manufacturers expected to follow suit in thg coming months. As always, you will get to know more about it here, so watch this space.

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