Monday, November 2nd 2020

MSI GeForce RTX 3080 SUPRIM X Pictured

Here's the first picture of an MSI GeForce RTX 3080 SUPRIM X graphics card in its retail packaging, courtesy of Harukaze5719. MSI is debuting its SUPRIM line of graphics cards with the GeForce RTX 30-series, as a custom-design lineup possibly positioned between its Gaming/X and Ventus/X lines. So you'll likely get the PCB chops and overclocking capability, along with noise levels and cooler performance, rivaling the Ventus/X series, but with the RGB LED bling and board aesthetics that are closer to the Gaming/X series. It's likely that the SUPRIM/X series will only be launched in selection regions. The picture of the card on the box reveals a triple-slot beast with three fans arranged not unlike the Gaming/X Tri Frozr 2 cooler; but with a lot more RGB illumination than you have on the Ventus/X series. We don't know the cards' clocks, pricing, or availability.
Source: Harukaze5719 (Twitter)
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14 Comments on MSI GeForce RTX 3080 SUPRIM X Pictured

#2
ExcuseMeWtf
We don't know the cards' clocks, pricing, or availability.
We don't know clocks, but we do know price won't be low and availability won't be great either. :roll:
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#3
ZoneDymo
"or availability" I can make an educated guess
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#5
EarthDog
btarunr
as a custom-design lineup possibly positioned between its Gaming/X and Ventus/X
I've heard this sits above the Gaming X... a flagship.
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#6
Chomiq
ratirt
That's like $1300 US :O Holly crap. I really pity people living in this part of the world.
Sadly that's regular pricing outside the US.
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#7
Sithaer
Chomiq
Sadly that's regular pricing outside the US.
Yea thats like average 'if not low actually' price of a 3080 where I live, heck even the 3070 is 1k+ $ in one of the bigger retail shops. 'MSI Ventus, not even a top model'
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#9
Harry Lloyd
How about actually producing the launch models instead of announcing new ones? I ordered my card over six weeks ago and still nothing. This must be the most pathetic launch in history.
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#10
m2geek
ratirt
That's like $1300 US :O Holly crap. I really pity people living in this part of the world.
I am in NZ, and I paid US$1059 for my 3080 Gaming X Trio.
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#11
my_name_is_earl
Sold out every time. I needed 200 for my mining farm :) /sar
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#13
NeuralNexus
Harry Lloyd
How about actually producing the launch models instead of announcing new ones? I ordered my card over six weeks ago and still nothing. This must be the most pathetic launch in history.
That's what happens when you knowingly contribute to being milked by Nvidia for all of your moolah
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#14
John Naylor
Ooooh sacrifice cooling, noise, sound and overclocking for RGB ... how do I resist ? Pthhhhhtttt
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