Thursday, October 12th 2017

MSI Announces the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio and Gaming Trio

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.

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 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.

Availability
The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO is expected to be available in November. For more information, visit the product pages of the MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio and the MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming Trio.
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9 Comments on MSI Announces the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio and Gaming Trio

#1
Th3pwn3r
Watch this be more expensive than their lightning card...
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#2
mouacyk
RGB out the wazzoo.

Ofc, I went with GX with EK block. Nothing fancy, but with XOC BIOS will stabilize top speeds better than any fan-cooled edition.
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#3
ASOT
Great news,now we have gaming trio and gaming x trio group of breakdancer TrioTrixx )))
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#4
RejZoR
I wonder why no one is releasing GTX 1080Ti with the magical 2GHz core clock out of the box without any stupid software and other nonsense. Afaik basically all can do 2GHz, 2.1 GHz is a bit rarer...
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#5
W1zzard
Review is in the pipe :)
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#6
Ubersonic
The most anticipated card that literally nobody asked for XD What a pile of junk lol.

I mean seriously, the best thing about the Gaming X was that it's much shorter than say a Strix, Aorus, etc while cooling just as well/quietly. What's the point of releasing a longer version when the card is going to perform exactly the same lol.
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#7
Th3pwn3r
Ubersonic said:
The most anticipated card that literally nobody asked for XD What a pile of junk lol.

I mean seriously, the best thing about the Gaming X was that it's much shorter than say a Strix, Aorus, etc while cooling just as well/quietly. What's the point of releasing a longer version when the card is going to perform exactly the same lol.
You are talking nonsense, plain and simple.
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#8
Parn
Ubersonic said:
The most anticipated card that literally nobody asked for XD What a pile of junk lol.

I mean seriously, the best thing about the Gaming X was that it's much shorter than say a Strix, Aorus, etc while cooling just as well/quietly. What's the point of releasing a longer version when the card is going to perform exactly the same lol.
+1.

Exactly why I picked up the 1080 GX+ over the Gigabyte 3-fan model.
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#9
Th3pwn3r
Right because larger cards don't generally have better cooling.
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