MSI showcases Expert FUZION and SUPRIM FUZION GPUs at Computex 2024

MSI brings the benefits of Air Cooling and Liquid cooling together with their new FUZION series GPUs

MSI have showcased a selection of “Next Generation” GPU cooling solutions at Computex 2024, hybrid air/liquid cooling solutions that aim to deliver gamers the best of both worlds. This hybrid cooling design has resulted in the creation of two new GPUs, the MSI RTX 4080 SUPER Expert Fuzion, and the RTX 4090 Suprim Fuzion.

Basically, MSI has managed to fit an all-in-one liquid cooling solution under the shroud of a traditional GPU heatsink. In the case of the Expert Fuzion, the graphics card is no large than a standard RTX 4080 SUPER Expert. For the larger RTX 4090 SUPRIM FUZION, the GPU is a staggering 4.5 PCIe slots thick.

Since the liquid cooling radiators of MSI’s Fuzion liquid coolers are integrated into the graphics cards themselves, users do no need to use a PC case with liquid cooling support. This design also shortens the coolant pipes of these AIOs dramatically, resulting in increased pump pressure and improved coolant circulation.

Sadly, MSI were unable to show us the operating temperatures of these new GPUs. That said, we did see both the SUPRIM and EXPERT FUZION running inside systems.

Thanks to its large cooling solution, MSI’s new SUPRIM FUZION GPU could prove to be MSI’s fastest RTX 4090 graphics card to date. It could potentially be the fastest RTX 4090 graphics card out of the box. That said, the full specifications of this graphics card remains unknown. As such, we cannot discuss its clock speeds.

It is currently unknown if the MSI RTX 4090 SUPRIM FUZION or RTX 4080 SUPER EXPERT FUZION will make it to market. We are currently running towards the end of the RTX 40 series’ life cycle. That means that MSI could be saving these new FUZION cooler designs for Nvidia’s RTX 50 series.

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