Wednesday, October 10th 2018

MSI Upcoming RTX 2070 Series Leaks, Twin Frozr is Back

After the launch of the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti, hardware makers are getting close to the launch of their RTX 2070 graphics cards. MSI will be indeed one of them, and some leaked information in VideoCardz allows us to discover three variants of the RTX 2070 GAMING series. We will have the top of the line GAMING Z, and then the GAMING X and just GAMING 8G models. All of them will feature MSI's popular Twin Frozr 7 cooling solution, but instead of getting a black and red theme these new cards will have a black and silver finish.
The information is in fact available from MSI website, and there we can find also information about all the models available with this GPU. The lowest price one will be GeForce RTX 2070 AERO 8G and could be a good option to those who are looking to water cool their cards in the future. MSI GeForce RTX 2070 ARMOR 8G OC will have two TORX FAN 2.0 (there's also a non-OC version) , while MSI GeForce RTX 2070 DUKE will go a little further with three of those TORX Fans 2.0.
Source: VideoCardz
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13 Comments on MSI Upcoming RTX 2070 Series Leaks, Twin Frozr is Back

#1
bonehead123
BUT...
BUT.....
BUTT......

nO rGb??????????????????????

no mr. bill, no....say it aint so !!!!!!!!!

but me likey the black & silver accents....very slick & subdued (some might even say "badass") for those of us not wanting flashin, blinkin, stinkin xmas trees posing as computers :D
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#2
The Terrible Puddle
"bonehead123 said:
BUT...
BUT.....
BUTT......

nO rGb??????????????????????

no mr. bill, no....say it aint so !!!!!!!!!

but me likey the black & silver accents....very slick & subdued (some might even say "badass") for those of us not wanting flashin, blinkin, stinkin xmas trees posing as computers :D
3 of the cards have RGB...
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#3
Juventas
Their Twin Frozr is great, but I just can't stomach the dragon on the back plate. It's so rice.
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#4
MrGenius
Twin Frozr is back? Where did it go? :wtf:
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#5
GreiverBlade
ergh ... the Armor HSF is less good looking, too much black not enough white, than the 10XX gen HSF ... alright no MSI for me for next GPU (nor a 20XX either ... )

oh just noticed
"MrGenius said:
Twin Frozr is back? Where did it go? :wtf:
indeed previous gen gaming X and such were on the Twin Frozr VI iirc and the Armor was the Twin Frozr IV or V

soooo yep back? from where?
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#6
DR4G00N
Looks pretty dang ugly to me. :laugh: TF III was the best looking revision but they've just gone downhill from there ever since.
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#7
GreiverBlade
"DR4G00N said:
Looks pretty dang ugly to me. :laugh: TF III was the best looking revision but they've just gone downhill from there ever since.
well the TF VI and IV/V were not too bad but i recall my GTX 460 hawk (TF II was good looking and all metal ) i still have the box but not the card :oops:
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#8
Power Slave
OMG......I had a 6870 Twin Frozer Crossfire way back. I’m kinda fond of them, I can’t say that the air circulation is bad at all it was actually pretty cool runnings for me back in the day. Mostly just a name. I remember the big thing was the heat pipes and how they per positioned.
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#9
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Twin frozr never left its been apart of their gaming line...
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#11
Prima.Vera
The RTX 2070 it's probably the most useless card that nGreedia released in the history. I absolutelly see no reason to purchase such an expensive card over the previous generation tbh....
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#12
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
"MrGenius said:
Twin Frozr is back? Where did it go? :wtf:
I think he said that because the 2080 and 2080Ti gave many the impression is was all 3 fan solutions. So “back” means, “you thought it was gone, but it was so only delayed for the lesser models.

On another note, the black and silver is a great look. My spouse has the 1070 Quicksilver and it really is a sweet-looking card. I think they were testing the waters on that to see the reception.
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#13
John Naylor
I never did understand the aesthetic thing.... I can't fit my fat head between the PSU and GFX card to see it. Always wanted a water cooled backplate ... maybe now with the RGB craze we'll see one with a riser displaying vegas like RGB light show.
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