MSI announces GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO

Published: 21st Sep 2017, 14:30 GMT   Comments

At Tokyo Game Show 2017 MSI showcased its new triple-fan GAMING X model of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.


MSI is not stopping at LIGHTNING. The new GAMING X model is in the works, but this time with three Torx 2.0 fans. The manufacturer is taking a completely new route with this card, as GAMING series have been dual-fan for a long time. The triple-fan configuration was kind of an exclusive feature of LIGHTNING series (and also DUKE, but they are not very popular).

The GAMING X TRIO is a 2.5 slot graphics card with RGB LED bar on the backplate (Mystic Light). The new card is factory-overclocked to 1569 MHz (base), 1683 MHz (boost) and 11124 MHz (memory).

Same as GAMING X (dual-fan) the TRIO has dual-8pin power connectors. No pictures of the PCB were posted. The card has non-standard display connectors (2x HDMI + 2x DisplayPort + DVI).

The MSI GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO will go on sale starting from October 12th.

Source: GDM

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