Good things come in three, the new MSI GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO

Subject: Graphics Cards | October 12, 2017 - 03:23 PM |
Tagged: msi, gtx 1080 ti, gtx 1080 ti gaming x trio, TRI-FROZR

MSI have just announced the GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO, which will hit the market in November, though with the current price of Bitcoin you may have trouble locating one.

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The cards will feature their Tri-Frozr cooler with two 10cm and one 9cm TORX 2.0 fans along with a pair of 8mm SuperPipes which will provide 300W of heat dissipation for those planning on pushing the overclock even further.  It will also have Mystic Light, offering you three zones of controllable RGBs, with the option to synchronize the light show emanating from your various components. 

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Source: MSI

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October 12, 2017 | 05:03 PM - Posted by JohnGR

A little of topic, but a Nvidia Geforce rumor. There are rumors today that 1070 Ti will have locked frequencies. Is this going to be the first locked card ever? Could this be the first product of a not so nice future where you will be paying extra for overclocking, like in Intel's case? Nvidia does enjoy the same advantage over AMD, with Intel. It's GPUs can overclock, AMD's not(because they are already factory overclocked anyway).

October 12, 2017 | 07:46 PM - Posted by mLocke

While we're just making stuff up, it'll only have 7.5GB of memory.

October 13, 2017 | 04:22 AM - Posted by JohnGR

October 13, 2017 | 12:58 AM - Posted by 1984 (not verified)

You can't hope to make your money back if you buy a 1080 Ti and mine with it. Not with power consumption

As longs you got your GTX 1080 Ti for gaming and you mine when your at work then you'll be able to subsidise part of your build costs.

but there is no way in hell you can make a profit mining.

If you wanna make money find a trader that lets you make short and long trades on bitcoins.

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