MSI Teasing GeForce GTX 780 Lightning at Computex

Published: 4th Jun 2013, 13:18 GMT

MSI GTX 780 Lightning (2)

Guys from Hermitage Akihabara noticed a mysterious box on the wall at MSI’s booth, supposedly holding a GeForce GTX 780 Lightning inside.

It’s hard to say if there’s a real card hidden there, and the translation isn’t really much helpful either. Apparently, MSI is about to announce a new Twin Frozr V cooler at Computex, but it’s unknown if the card will be introduced as well.

According to Barry Chang, a product marketing manager at MSI, the box contains a cooling mechanism for the card, but the card itself is not yet ready (apparently not in the box). However, I would not be surprised if they would show the whole card already (at least a prototype).

I receive many questions from VC readers about this particular model, so hopefully MSI will live up to their expectations.

Stay tuned for more information about the MSI GTX 780 Lightning.

MSI GTX 780 Lightning (3)

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

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