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MSI announced their new GTX 1070 Quick Silver GPU

MSI announced their new GTX 1070 Quick Silver GPU

MSI announced their new GTX 1070 Quick Silver GPU

MSI announced their new GTX 1070 Quick Silver GPU

MSI has announced their new GTX 1070 Quick Silver graphics card, which swaps out MSI's usual red and black colour scheme with a more metallic colour scheme than that is more akin to MSi's Titanium series of motherboards.  
 
This GPU will come with clock speeds of 1531MHz base and 1721MHz boost when run in overclock mode, placing this GPU just below the GTX 1070 Gaming X, though MSI has stated that they will also be releasing a GTX 1070 Quick Silver X variant which will match the clock speeds of MSI's GTX 1070 Gaming X. 
 
 
 Nvidia GTX 1070 Founders EditionMSI GTX 1070 AeroMSI GTX 1070 Quick SilverMSI GTX 1070 Quick Silver OCMSI GTX 1070 Gaming X
GPU Cores19201920192019201920
Base clock 1506MHz1506MHz1531MHz1607MHz1607MHz
Boost clock1683MHz1683MHz1721MHz1797MHz1797MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5GDDR5GDDR5GDDR5GDDR5
Memory Speed8008MHz8008MHz8008MHz 8108MHz 8108MHz

 

MSI announced their new GTX 1070 Quick Silver GPU

 

Right now MSI has not released the pricing or release date of this new GTX 1070 variant, though it is expected to hit the market sometime before Christmas. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's GTX 1070 Quick Silver GPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

01-11-2016, 12:28:59

AlienALX
Nice looking cooler : check. Nice colour : check. Nice backplate : check.

Dragon badge : fail.

I even like the 50s style lettering on it.Quote

01-11-2016, 12:56:52

NeverBackDown
Wonder if they will do this for an AMD cardQuote

01-11-2016, 13:34:27

Permafrost
i'm not a fan of msi card but this looks niceQuote

01-11-2016, 13:36:00

Chrazey
Why go with a black and silver colour design, only to then put that red shield dragon logo on the back?...Quote

01-11-2016, 14:26:24

The3DLink
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Why go with a black and silver colour design, only to then put that red shield dragon logo on the back?...
I was thinking the same thing. Some of these card makers are tone deaf when it comes to their customers. Enough with trying to put red on everything... it's like some car tuners putting huge wing spoilers on everything... it's not going to make it faster!Quote
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