Motorola Solutions, Inc. or MSI has reported its cutting edge Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 Gaming X Trio custom graphics cards. With some major technology change and a killer cooling system, the company has made it to the top for the gamers. We have already observed Sapphire reporting its custom AMD graphics card. The system depends on the Tri Frozr 2 cooling framework, which is viewed as a standout amongst other that this generation has to offer. Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 Gaming X Trio graphic cards adhere to the reference clock speeds that AMD has indicated.
The Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio runs at a 2285 MHz boost clock, which is 35 MHz higher clock than its reference variation. The RX 6800 Gaming X Trio, then again, runs at a lift clock of 2155 MHz. Both the graphic cards utilize the serious Tri-Frozr coolers, which have supplanted the MSI Twin Frozr arrangement, and hence, this is some excellent technology we are seeing in the works here.
More About The MSI Announcement :
The MSI system will use TORX fan 4.0 utilizes a ring that associates two fan-cutting edges. The framework expands the wind stream towards the interior heatsink gathering. Fans are comprised of a twofold metal roller configuration to guarantee quiet usefulness in any event, during weighty burdens. All that will remain at 0 RPM (idle state) if the temperatures don’t surpass 60 degrees Celsius. However, on the off chance that the temperature surpasses 60 degrees Celsius, at that point all the fans would begin turning.
The company stated,
“The latest iteration of MSI’s iconic GAMING series once again brings performance, low-noise efficiency, and aesthetics that hardcore gamers have come to recognize and trust. You can also enjoy all your favorite games with a powerful graphics card that stays cool and silent. Just the way you like it.”
MSI has not yet given any word with respect to the costs of the Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 Gaming X Trio custom illustrations cards. Be that as it may, the news is relied upon to show up soon. Considering the new AMD GPU’s capacity and request, MSI won’t make more postponements in declaring the new GPUs’ cost and accessibility. With Radeon’s RX6000 graphic card series making headlines, it is indeed possible that this product will make it big. MSI has given quite a big announcement and the custom Trio will surely be worth the wait.