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RTX 30 SeaHawk X: MSI cards cooled by AIO!

RTX 30 SeaHawk X: MSI cards cooled by AIO!

In the middle of CES, MSI unveils a new series of graphics cards. This range is based on the RTX 30 which receive a 240 mm AIO for cooling. You guessed it (or not?), the brand offers its RTX 30 SeaHawk X!

RTX 30 SeaHawk X: we still don’t know which GPU will be chosen!

MSI RTX 30 SeaHawk X

At the moment, we still don’t know exactly what the characteristics of this range will be. According to TechpowerUpThe brand would still be in deliberation as to which GPU to choose: RTX 3080 or RTX 3090 or both?

However, the visual is still there and we already know that the brand is opting for a 240 mm AIO for cooling. A pair of eight-blade TorX 4.0 fans with eight blades connected to each other can be seen on it.

To cool its GPU, the brand relies on Asetek, and their logo can be seen through the shell of the card. At the pump level, there is a large copper base cooling the GPU and memory chips. Finally, at the rear, there is a third fan that cools the radiator of the power supply stages.

Finally, the semi-passive operation of the ventilation system is also worth mentioning. At low loads, the ventilation will be off. The same goes for the aluminum backplate, which is not just there to look pretty. It will also play its part in the overall cooling of the machine.

For the moment, we still don’t know when the brand will launch its series. The same goes for the price, which remains unknown.

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