MSI reveals Geforce RTX 4080/4070Ti Gaming X Trio White graphics cards

Published: 6th Jan 2023, 08:32 GMT   Comments

MSI RTX 4080/4070Ti GAMING Trio White

MSI unveiled its first white NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 GPUs. 

MSI RTX 4080 Gaming Trio White

At CES 2023, MSI is showing off its new newest design for the RTX 40 series. The company is set to launch a white version of the Gaming Trio, which is part of the MSI’s high-end segment.

MSI GPU lineup has been mostly occupied by the SUPRIM and Gaming series. The former is using a stylish silver cooling design, while Gaming series have departed from their iconic past of using red/black design theme in something more subtle, black and gray. MSI is now set to launch a newer version of the Gaming Trio design, featuring white and silver colors instead.

MSI RTX 40 Gaming Trio White

According to the information shared by MSI at CES, two cards will launch with the new white cooling design: the RTX 4080 16GB and just-released RTX 4070 Ti. Furthermore, the fact that the product name specifically uses “X” means that only factory-overclocked models are to be expected.

MSI RTX 4080 Gaming Trio White

Thus far MSI has no release date or pricing information on Gaming Trio White GPUs, but one can imagine they will cost slightly more than the original.

Source: @hongxing2020, TechPowerUP




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