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MSI and EK announce their 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU

MSI and EK announce their 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU

MSI and EK announce their 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU

MSI and EK announce their 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU

 

MSI and EK have announced their new 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU, offering full cover water cooling and a unique cooler/backplate design. 

The water block itself will be made out of nickel-plated electrolytic copper with a POM Acetal material top, which itself is covered with MSI's dragon logo and a polished steel 30th Aniversary decorative plate. At the rear of the block is a custom RGB backplate, which has an illuminated MSI and EK logo as well as the unique 30th Aniversary lettering. 

The GPU itself has a custom PCB and power circuitry design, allowing this GPU to come with a high factory overclock of 1721MHz base and 1860MHz boost. This GPU will then be cooled by an EK 120mm radiator with a built in pump unit and an EK Vardar fan. 

 

EK Water Blocks is very proud to be part of MSI 30th Anniversary celebration and exclusively for this project, we engineered and designed EK-XLC Predator 120 All-In-On liquid cooler, that is not available anywhere else,

Combining this AIO with never before seen GPU water block design, we created a very unique liquid cooling solution, making it a true collector’s piece.

  MSI and EK announce their 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU

 

In short, this GPU is a collector's piece, offering a unique combination of components and what is undoubtedly top tier performance levels. This GPU will be exclusive to Nvidia's GTX 1080 GPU, so don't expect cheaper GTX 1070 or GTX 1060 versions in the near future. 

The card comes fully assembled in a closed loop liquid cooling configuration that is covered by warranty and maintenance-free. Enclosed in the exquisite and sturdy wooden box is a small gift which is perfect for enjoying the latest epic games in full comfort.

 

MSI and EK announce their 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU

 

This GPU is undoubtedly one of the highest-end GTX 1080 GPUs available offering the combination of a full cover water block with maintenance free AIO liquid cooling. I wonder how well this collector's tier GPUs from MSI will overclock, or how well this will perform against competing GPUs. 

Below are the full specifications of the MSI GTX 1080 30th Anniversary Edition. 

  MSI and EK announce their 30th Anniversary GTX 1080 water cooled GPU  

You can join the discussion on MSI's 30th Anniversary Edition GTX 1080 EK on the OC3D Forums

 

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14-09-2016, 10:35:34

Wraith
Oh deary me, that is hideous.Quote

14-09-2016, 17:58:59

MSIRawZ
Sexyest thing I've seen in a long time.Quote

14-09-2016, 18:19:08

jimma47
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Oh deary me, that is hideous.
Don't actually mind this. The side of the card you'll actually see is pretty nice.
I wonder if this cooling solution means a 120 or 140mm predator in the works? It's pretty much exactly that.

edit - I looked at it again and I think the black lines make an M for MSI on the other side of the plate. Now it makes more sense.Quote

14-09-2016, 18:52:57

Kushiro
I hope those are removable. Then again I doubt the 1080 needs more than a 120 to stay cool enough.Quote

15-09-2016, 04:33:53

Greenback
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Originally Posted by MSIRawZ View Post
Sexyest thing I've seen in a long time.
You should probably get out more thenQuote
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