MSI introduces its GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO, this card has the same clockspeeds as the GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X but features a triple-fan cooling solution with a more neutral design. The card has an OC Mode with a 1569MHz base clock, 1683MHz Boost and 11124MHz memory.
The Tri-Frozr cooling solution is black and features three Torx 2.0 fans. MSI equipped the card with Mystic Light RGB LEDs so you can add your preferred colors. Shipments will start in November.
MSI is proud to announce its latest high-end graphics card, the new GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO. This new card features three fans and a beautiful Mystic Light RGB implementation with detailed controls. Boasting an improved thermal design with Military Class certified components, it’s bound to enhance your high-end gaming experience.
THE TRIO LIGHT EFFECT WITH MYSTIC LIGHT
MSI’s Mystic Light enables you to customize the RGB effects of your hardware to give your system a different look whenever you feel like it. Using the MSI Mystic Light software, you can control three zones of LED individually on the shroud and backplate. Furthermore, you can synchronize colors and effects of your graphics card, motherboard, case-fans and peripherals to enhance the gaming atmosphere surrounding you.
UNMATCHED THERMAL DESIGN
MSI’s reputation in thermal design is well-known to be excellent. The improved TRI-FROZR design on the GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO utilizes two 10cm and one 9cm TORX 2.0 Fans combining the advantages of both traditional fan blade and dispersion fan blade, generating huge amounts of airflow while remaining virtually silent. Two 8mm SuperPipes transfer heat much faster to the fins, enabling up to a whopping 300W of heat dissipation.
MILITARY CLASS LEVEL COMPONENTS
Equipped with Military Class components, the MSI GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO is built to deliver the best quality and stability. The components have gone through rigorous testing by a third-party laboratory to pass the military standards. Hi-C CAP cores, SFC, and Solid CAP, each aspect of the TRIO ensures the best possible performance.
MSI also offers a somewhat lower-clocked GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING TRIO variant. That version has an OC Mode with a 1506MHz base speed, 1620MHz Boost and 11016MHz memory.