The recent announcement of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is a thing, defying earlier rumors that Nvidia would save the GP102-based GeForce for the top of a refreshed Pascal lineup. Nvidia will have its Founder's Edition cards, of course, but the more interesting cards are always the third-party models. MSI has joined the teasing parade and announced its GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X.
To the surprise of no-one, the Gaming X looks to come equipped with the same Twin Frozr VI cooler as the rest of the company's recent Gaming-series cards. That's not a bad thing, since the Twin Frozr VI is one of the better GPU coolers we've used recently. MSI's announcement came in the form of the teaser image above, so we're a little short on details. We'll probably know more when the 1080 Ti actually launches next week.
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