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Hydrogen : Will MSI bring back to life an old card series ?

Hydrogen : Will MSI bring back to life an old card series ?

Via VideoCardz, we learn that MSI could bring back to life an old series of cards. A series whose last copy to see the day was a GTX 580. Anyway, let’s stop beating around the bush, the brand has registered with the EEC, an RTX 3090 Hydrogen.

Hydrogen : watercooler cards soon back ?

MSI GTX 580 Hydrogen

The GTX 580 at the time with full waterblock

If we look at the catalog of the brand, we see that the RTX 3000 with watercooling system, do not run the streets. Indeed, on this generation of RTX, the only model with watercooling was an RTX 3090… And even then, with an AIO system. Here, we are talking about cooling with a full waterblock like EVGA Hydro Copper for example.

So that’s what we’re talking about, a new generation RTX with a full waterblock. The objective behind this is to be able to integrate the card into a custom cooling loop. The block takes care of cooling the GPU, the memory and the VRMs. All this allows us to approach overclocking with peace of mind.

RTX 3090 Hydrogen EEC

As we said, what leads us to believe that this old series is coming back to life is the registration of an RTX 3090 Hydrogen on the EEC website (in addition to the other RTX 3000 LHR). However, this raises several questions: who will take care of the waterblock? Indeed, our colleagues assume that the partnership with EK has come to an end. Why is this? Simply because we haven’t seen a Sea Hawk EK X model.

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