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We are pleased to announce MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X 24G Graphics Card, our iconic flagship graphics card, wins "Category Awards" among the COMPUTEX 2022 Best Choice. COMPUTEX 2022 is the leading global ICT and IoT show running for four decades and gathering established brands and startups from the ICT and computer industry. The trade show kicks off physically and virtually today May 24th.
MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X 24G is armed with the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, built for ultimate performance paired with excellent cooling technology. Leading the way is the exclusive TRI FROZR 2 thermal design to support the demanding GeForce RTX 3090 Ti’s power consumption. TORX Fan 4.0 features pairs of fan blades linked together focusing airflow into the heatsink. A large copper base plate and a matte-finish backplate ensures improved heat dissipation for VRAM and passive cooling through thermal pads. Arsenal of colors with RGB Mystic Light and customizable dynamic lighting options illuminate the outlook of the card. With Dual BIOS, users can quickly opt for low noise or additional performance with the flick of a switch.
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