MSI GeForce RTX 3080 SEAHAWK X 10G LHR with integrated water-cooler starts selling

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The new device is an all-in-one type water cooling solution for ordinary graphics cards, with a radiator of 240mm in diameter. The GPU is a GeForce RTX 3080 (ETH / hash rate estimated at 43MH/s), which is based on the NVIDIA Ampere architecture and is capable of delivering great performance and stability via the use of advanced cooling technology.

The "Torx Fan 4.0" used by the 120mm fan located on the radiator has an impeller form that concentrates airflow, therefore it is referred to as such. Other components include a copper-based water block that completely covers the memory module, as well as a metal back plate that is attached to the chassis's rear panel. By the way, MSI's RTX 30 series graphics card is being touted as the world's first integrated water-cooling solution for gaming.

In total, there are 8,704 CUDA cores installed, with a boost frequency that can reach 1,785MHz. The memory speed is 19Gbps, the memory bus width is 320bits, and GDDR6X visual memory installed. When using the interface, you can connect up to three DisplayPort 1.4a ports and one HDMI 2.1 port at the same time. The maximum number of display outputs is four, and the maximum resolution is 7,680 x 4,320 pixels.

External measurements are as follows: width 125.8 mm, length 271.4 mm, and thickness 44.3 mm. The internal dimensions are as follows: The radiator is 124.4 mm in width, 274.5 mm in length, and 50.4 mm in thickness; the tube measures 10.8 mm in diameter and 470 mm in length; and the total weight of the radiator is 1,992 g.

It has an auxiliary power connector with 8 pins and a maximum power usage of 320 W. It sells at an estimated price of 1289 USD/EUR  including tax.

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