Seattle is known for high frequency gaming, sometimes with MSI RTX 2080s
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 24, 2018 - 03:19 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: sea hawk, RTX 2080, overclocking, msi
[H]ard|OCP takes a look at MSI's Sea Hawk RTX 2080, which sports a GPU covered by an AiO watercooler as well as a blower fan to ensure the memory and VRM are actively cooled as well. The design of the cooler also slims the card so you don't need to worry about the spacing between your PCIe slots as with some other coolers. Without any work whatsoever, you can expect an average 1954MHz GPU clock, 2040MHz with a bit of a power boost or 2060MHz if you don't mind the noise produced by fans spinning at 100%. The VRMs did prove a little finicky as you can see in the full review.
"MSI sent over its new Sea Hawk RTX 2080 card for use in a build video. This is a fair simple RTX card build that is purchased with a pre-installed All-In-One cooler. We wanted to see how well it overclocked and spent a night of gaming in order to do that and we have to say we were pleased with our results."
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