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Phantom+: Gainward launches its new series of graphics cards!

Phantom+: Gainward launches its new series of graphics cards!

At the beginning of the month, we said that Gainward was preparing to launch a new series of cards. This time it is confirmed, still via VideoCardz we learn that Phantom+ is coming. Nevertheless, the changes compared to the first models would be minimal if we believe our colleague.

Phantom+: RTX 3090, 3080 Ti, 3080 and 3070 on the program!

Gainward Phantom+

With this Phantom series, Gainward is putting forward a new version of its card. Nevertheless, the changes are more aesthetic than anything else. Thus, the LED bar that we used to have in front of the fans has been moved to the edge of the cards. Similarly, the heatsink is a little wider. The latter is now 138 mm wide against 136 mm for the first models.

The program will include RTX 3090, RTX 3080 Ti, RTX 3080 and RTX 3070. Thus, the RTX 3070 Ti still does not seem to be able to enjoy a Phantom version, even without the little “plus” of the series. Also, don’t look for frequency increases or anything else, because there are none. Each GPU offers the same factory overclocking as the “basic” Phantom.

Gainward Phantom+

However, there is still one last little question: the selling price. Obviously, these models + are not yet listed at the retailers authorized by the brand. We just have to wait and see if there will be a price increase or not. Between you and me, it would not be a good idea for the brand to raise the price for aesthetic changes, at first sight. After that, we’ll have to see if the ventirad has been redesigned.

Here are the Gainward datasheets!

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