MSI Goes GTX Crazy at Computex 2016

/ 4 years ago

MSI Goes GTX Crazy at Computex 2016

MSI are the first to show this at Computex, we’re not even sure they’re supposed to, but it’s out there now! This is the first look at their lovely GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming X 8GB graphics card, which features their popular cooling solutions and a gamer friendly black and red colour scheme.


Get series with an extreme performance GeForce GTX 1080 Sea Hawk, created in collaboration with Corsair (obviously).




One of the most popular MSI products on the market, their fantastic Lightning series of GPUs, this time on a GTX 1080, with all the usual bells and whistles to give you the best clock speeds and temperatures possible.




A closer look at their GTX 1080 and 1070 coolers, still keeping in theme with what we’ve seen from them in the past, but now running that little bit cooler and quieter, and of course, much faster than the last generation.



Hey! What’s this? Well it looks to be the new MSI SLI bridge, still unreleased and not even the final model, but we know something new when we see it. It certainly looks cool and we’ll just have to wait for more info from MSI on its release date, but I’m certain it won’t be long.




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