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MSI's RX 570 ARMOR MK2 GPU has been pictured

A new RX 570 model in 2018?

MSI's RX 570 ARMOR MK2 GPU has been pictured

MSI's RX 570 ARMOR MK2 GPU has been pictured

Moving into 2018 most PC gamers expected new GPUs, wither it be Nvidia's long-awaited Volta or a mainstream release of AMD's Vega architectures. What most weren't expecting was a release of new RX 500 series graphics card models, especially after considering the fact that they are a refresh of AMD's existing 400 series.

Videocardz has found images of MSI's RX 570 8GB ARMOR MK2, a graphics card that offers a similar aesthetic to MSI's original 570 ARMOR but comes with a different PCB design, a backplate and a cooler with a different heatpipe configuration. At this time the clock speeds of this new GPU are unknown. 

This new model is expected to release with overclocked and non-overclocked versions for both the RX 570 and RX 580, though the price of these GPUs is expected to be extremely high given the huge demand for AMD GPUs in the recent mining boom.   

 MSI's RX 570 ARMOR MK2 GPU has been pictured

(Images from Videocardz)

  
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23-01-2018, 12:53:45

Darkdayzzz
Moving into 2017 most PC gamers expected new GPUs

^ we have gone back in time! jk, sorry it is an easy mistake. Also it is in the description right below the title as well.Quote

23-01-2018, 12:57:44

WYP
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Originally Posted by Darkdayzzz View Post
Moving into 2017 most PC gamers expected new GPUs

^ we have gone back in time! jk, sorry it is an easy mistake. Also it is in the description right below the title as well.
That annoying year transitionary period... all fixed up now.Quote

23-01-2018, 13:04:53

AlienALX
MK2. So it's a Golf GTI then?Quote

23-01-2018, 13:05:18

Dark NighT
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
That annoying year transitionary period... all fixed up now.
Except in this thread's first post, its still time travel.Quote

23-01-2018, 13:10:18

AlienALX
D'you know, I absolutely hate cards where the cooler shroud does not go all the way to the PCIE bracket. It makes them look super crap, for 10p worth of plastic. I don't understand why they do that.Quote
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