MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti SUPRIM X Review

Fresh off the heels of the NVIDIA COMPUTEX announcement, we have our first GeForce RTX 3080 Ti review. MSI has been nice enough to send in their SUPRIM X variant which is an absolute beast of a card! Pete previously reviewed both the 3090 and 3080 models of the SUPRIM X cards and gave them our Editors Choice award stating the 3080 “Is a beast”. The 3080 Ti on review today is coming with a massive 12GB of GDDR6X memory and three 8-pin power connectors! Oh yes, this is definitely one beast of a card so let’s get moving along and take a proper look at what to expect should you be lucky enough to purchase one of these sometime soon!

MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti SUPRIM X

We have been hearing about it for a little while now and it is finally upon us, the NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti. The MSI SUPRIM X variant we have comes with Micron GDDR6X memory, a 1365 MHz GPU clock and an 1188 MHz memory clock as standard. As we can see in the GPU-Z screenshot below, it also has a boost clock of 1830 MHz which is quite a big jump and should allow for some amazing performance. All in all, it looks like a good card on paper and in our hands but it is now time to see how it performs and compare it to the other GPUs already on the market!


  • TRI FROZR 2S Cooler
  • TORX 4.0 Fans
  • Addressable RGB lighting
  • 3 x 8-pin PSU headers
  • Full metal backplate

Inside the box, along with the GPU, we have a few manuals and such. One of which is actually an animated booklet with Lucky the Dragon showing you how to install your new GPU. Aside from this, we also have a rather nice mousemat and a GPU support! This support is going to definitely come in handy as this card weighs an absolute tonne and is sure to have a lot of sag if you install it without any support.

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