(PR) Phanteks Announces GPU Block for MSI SUPRIM (X)/GAMING (X) TRIO RTX 3090 Ti Cards

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Phanteks is announcing the new Glacier G3090Ti MSI Water Block Bundle containing the water block and backplate designed for the recently launched MSI SUPRIM (X) / GAMING (X) TRIO RTX 3090Ti cards. With the most powerful cards out of the MSI GeForce RTX 30 series lineup, our newly announced water block can provide excellent cooling and achieve top performance. With increased power consumption and front memory chip location on the new RTX 3090Ti design, the Glacier G3090Ti MSI water block will be a great benefit to bring unprecedented cooling to the new MSI SUPRIM (X) / GAMING (X) TRIO RTX 3090Ti cards.

Like all Glacier water blocks, the water block will use premium materials such as a nickel-plated copper base, clear acrylic top, black or chrome aluminium cover plates, and industrial quality VITON o-rings to ensure the best reliability and longevity. The water block will come with integrated D-RGB lighting that beautifully complements your build and can sync with Phanteks’ D-RGB accessories and A-RGB equipped motherboards.


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