MSI is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a ‘restricted version’ improve to its RTX 3090 Suprim graphics card.
The corporate teased the MSI GeForce RTX 30 Suprim 35th Anniversary Version through the agency’s Computex showcase, the place the corporate confirmed the souped-up GPU can be launching as a restricted version product.
Particulars in regards to the graphics card stay skinny, although MSI has confirmed that the GPU will function its new Tri Frozr 2S cooling resolution and might be powered by triple 8-pin energy connectors delivering not less than 350W of energy.
Many of the new options are aesthetic, nevertheless, with the shroud and backplate on the RTX 30 Suprim 35th Anniversary Version that includes renders of earlier MSI graphics playing cards.
“Engraved within the backplate is sketched outlines of previous generations which have contributed to our firm’s expertise and information,” the corporate mentioned. “This anniversary version graphics card is constructed upon the Suprim sequence basis and retains all the identical key options.”
Whereas MSI didn’t verify which RTX 30-series GPU the cardboard might be primarily based on, the NV Hyperlink connector all however confirms it’ll arrive as an improve to MSI’s highest-spec RTX 3090 Suprim graphics card.
Given its “restricted version” standing, the RTX 30 Suprim 35th Anniversary Version – like most of Nvidia’s RTX 30-series graphics playing cards – will seemingly be accessible in brief provide at launch. MSI has but to verify pricing and availability particulars.
This isn’t the one new RTX 30-series GPU to debut at Computex, as Nvidia additionally used this yr’s digital showcase to launch its lengthy rumored RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti graphics playing cards.
Each GPUs provide noticeable upgrades over their predecessors, with the RTX 3080 Ti boasting 12GB of GDDR6X reminiscence up from 10GB and the RTX 3070 Ti getting an improve from GDDR6 to GDDR6X. In line with Nvidia, each new playing cards will provide 1.5x higher efficiency in comparison with their previous-gen counterparts.