MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Gaming X TRIO review

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In this specific design, a standalone 8-pin power connector is indeed present. The I/O panel displays an array of display connectors, including three DisplayPort 1.4 and one HDMI 2.1 connector, facilitating 8K 60 Hz HDR transmission using a single HDMI cable. 


Additionally, the card demonstrates the distinctive Gamign X TRIO appearance and texture, which MSI has employed for approximately one to two years, with minor refinements to its aesthetics. The card comes with a ventilated backplate and a compact form factor, measuring roughly 33 cm in length.


With a weight close to 1235 grams, this card can be considered lightweight.


While the new DP 2.1 standard has not yet been integrated, the RTX 4000 series graphics cards are equipped with HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports, enabling 8K 60 Hz HDR through a solitary HDMI cable. The card's I/O panel incorporates an air vent alongside connectors and an aluminum fin stack encased within an alloy frame. 

This massive graphics card measures 332mm in length, 140mm in height, making cooling an essential aspect for a card with this level of performance. When idle, the three Torx fans remain inactive. The cooling system is enhanced by a vapor chamber, ten robust heatpipes that span the board, comprehensive heatsinks, thermal pads for all crucial components, and dedicated heat pipes and heatsinks for memory modules. Consequently, temperature management is unlikely to pose any problems.


MSI also includes their latest 2x 8-pin to 16-pin converter; however, make sure your power supply can adequately support this powerful card. The graphics card's aesthetic appeal is enhanced by its metallic construction and RGB lighting.

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