MSI Announce 4GB GTX 770 Gaming Series Graphics Card




/ 6 years ago

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MSI’s GTX 770 has been out for a while now and the MSI Gaming series graphics cards of the Nvidia GTX 700 series have been incredibly popular with consumers and reviewers alike. MSI are adding a new model to the gaming series with a new 4GB version of the GTX 770. The new card doubles up on VRAM which is now on the front and back of the PCB instead of just the front. The card features MSI’s dual fan Twin Frozr cooling solution with four heat pipes and two 10cm fans. MSI_GTX_770_4GB_Gaming_2

The rest of the PCB is made up of high quality super ferrite chokes, solid caps and is powered by a pair of 8 pin PCIe connectors. The card is overclocked to 1137 MHz core, 1189 MHz GPU Boost, and 7.00 GHz memory. The card does not use a backplate despite having memory modules on the rear of the PCB.

Pricing and availability is TBA though MSI’s 2GB GTX 770 Gaming graphics card costs $400 so this is likely to cost around $450 due to the extra RAM and high clocks. Availability should be within the next 2 to 4 weeks but that really is anyone’s guess. If you’re interested in getting one then just keep a close eye on your favoured retailer’s new products list.

Images courtesy of MSI



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