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MSI showcases its Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio graphics card

Dual 8-pin power is more than enough for Big Navi

MSI showcases its Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio graphics card

MSI showcases its Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio graphics card

Following the reveal of ASUS' first three custom RX 6800 XT designs, MSI has also revealed their first Radeon RX 6800 XT graphics card, the MSI RX 6800 XT Gaming X TRIO. 

This graphics card was revealed as part of MSI's Gaming's latest MSI Insider stream, where MSI also discussed their RTX 3070 graphics cards and played some Watch Dogs Legion. 

MSI's RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio design was only shown in the form of official renders, making it possible that some design elements of the graphics card may change before launch. That said, the heatsink design appears to be very similar to the designs used on MSI's Geforce RTX 30 series Gaming X Trio heatsinks. 

Like most other already revealed custom RX 6800 XT graphics cards, MSI's custom model features a dual 8-pin (6+2-pin) PCIe power setup, which is more than enough to power Radeon's RX 6800 XT with power capacity to spare. 

At this time, MSI has not revealed any more custom RX 6800 XT designs, though the company has assured us that more are coming. MSI will likely release new MECH series and Evoke series RX 6000 series graphics card models, succeeding their RX 5000 series counterparts.  
   

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29-10-2020, 19:44:08

KingNosser
I could be tempted, but i'm really hoping that prices will be more in line with msrp or at least not way above the norm, i expect to pay extra for a custom card but not way way above.Quote

29-10-2020, 20:18:41

Excalabur50
This'll be my new card!Quote

30-10-2020, 06:53:49

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by KingNosser View Post
I could be tempted, but i'm really hoping that prices will be more in line with msrp or at least not way above the norm, i expect to pay extra for a custom card but not way way above.
Do we have prices yet? Normally AIB partner cards for AMD are relatively close to the reference design prices, at least from AMD-exclusive partners.Quote

30-10-2020, 08:13:27

KingNosser
It's just when you see the current prices on AIB cards from Nvidia being far higher than msrp i just hope amd fair better.Quote

30-10-2020, 10:35:05

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by KingNosser View Post
It's just when you see the current prices on AIB cards from Nvidia being far higher than msrp i just hope amd fair better.
I have never seen gouging on AMD cards. However, that could be for a few reasons. Firstly AMD could be dead against it, and mark out the rules. Or, it could be because usually they are nowhere near as desirable as Nvidia cards and thus it would be too risky.

I guess we're about to find out huh?

I hope not. The last thing AMD need with this otherwise great launch is bad press and people like me tearing into them (yeah I was joking but I will voice my opinion as ever !).Quote
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