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RTX 3090 Aero: Blower with retro sauce at MSI!

RTX 3090 Aero: Blower with retro sauce at MSI!

Apparently, everyone has decided to get on with it. So, after Gigabyte and Asus, It’s MSI’s turn to propose a RTX 3090 blower. The manufacturer’s new card is called RTX 3090 Aero and has a design that some of you will recognize!

RTX 3090 Aero: a look close to the GTX 480!

MSI RTX 3090 Aero

With its new card, MSI offers a reference with a very retro design. As you can see, on the top of the card, the radiator fins are left in the open air. This strongly reminds us of the GTX 480 radiator that can be seen below:

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As always with the blower, there is a radial fan that will expel the hot air out of the case from the front of the board. In addition, MSI’s design makes do with a heatsink with aluminum fins against copper for the Asus and Gigabyte boards. It is also not known whether this model benefits from a steam chamber. However, in view of the cooling, this seems to us to be the minimum.

MSI RTX 3090 Aero

In view of the type of card, reference frequencies are therefore appropriate. For example, we have a GPU with a boost at 1695 MHz with 24 GB of GDDR6 operating at 19.5 Gbps.

In terms of connectivity, we have something classic with three DisplayPorts 1.4a outputs and an HDMI 2.1. Finally, the power supply section includes two 8-pin PCIe connectors. And like the competition, these are located on the back of the card.

Once again, we are missing the price of this card. The same goes for availability.

Click here for the MSI data sheet !

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