MSI finally shows off its custom Radeon RX 7900 XTX Gaming Trio “Classic” GPU with three 8-pin power connectors
MSI lastly confirms customized Radeon RX 7900 XTX GPU
TechPowerUP He noticed MSI’s first Radeon RX 7900 graphics card on display.
At CES 2023, MSI lastly revealed its first RDNA3 graphics card. The corporate was the final of the key board companions to showcase unique Radeon designs virtually 3 weeks after its official launch.
As anticipated, there isn’t any RX 7900 SUPRIM design, there’s the traditional Gaming Trio mannequin. Really, the product itself is named Basic, however there is a good purpose behind it. In keeping with an MSI consultant, the corporate just isn’t utilizing the up to date ‘2022’ Gaming Trio cooler on this card. This mannequin makes use of the outdated design identified from the RX 6000/RTX 30 collection. This doesn’t suggest the cardboard will carry out worse, it simply reveals how little effort MSI put into this card.
The cardboard proven on the occasion is the RX 7900 XTX, aka the flagship Radeon GPU with full Navi 31 GPU and 24GB of GDDR6 reminiscence. Sadly, it is nonetheless too early for MSI to substantiate any specs, which suggests solely prototypes are prepared, however product launch is not coming anytime quickly.
Like all premium customized designs based mostly on the RX 7900 XTX, the Gaming Trio Basic would require three 8-pin energy connectors. The design itself is a triple fan and triple slot design, in all probability not as thick because the GeForce RTX 40 fashions.
In keeping with TechPowerUP, this explicit design will likely be launched within the first half of 2023, which has a reasonably broad timeline for its launch.
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