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MSI to release water cooled GTX 1080 Sea Hawk EK GPU

MSI to release water cooled GTX 1080 Sea Hawk EK GPU

MSI to release water cooled GTX 1080 Sea Hawk EK GPU

MSI to release water cooled GTX 1080 Sea Hawk EK GPU

 

It looks like MSI is going to release a water cooled GTX 1080 Sea Hawk EK GPU, which will come with a custom made EK water block which has MSI detailing and an MSI-style backplate. 

Aesthetically this GPU looks like an MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X with a full cover water block and MSI styling, giving this GPU a unique look and should feature some of the highest factory overclocks that MSI has on Nvidia's GTX 1080 series GPU. This GPU is expected to start selling soon alongside EK's own GTX 1080 Gaming X water block, though the separate water block will likely come without the unique MSI branding that this GPU has. 

 

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Right now the pricing and availability of this GPU are unknown but it is expected to start shipping by the end of the month alongside EK's MSI Gaming X custom water block. 

 

 You can join the discussion on MSI's GTX 1080 Gaming Sea Hawk EK on the OC3D Forums

 

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16-06-2016, 13:48:29

Greenback
Bet that will be really expensiveQuote

16-06-2016, 13:54:42

RickPlaysWarr
I want the Gaming X card for my Caselabs X2M build. I think I prefer the plain block vs all the dragon ornamentation. Have to see what the price is when released

--Rick--Quote

16-06-2016, 16:57:02

Sliceoflife
If the price is right, this is something really awesome... i dont mind pay a bit more but they should take in consideration they are removing the fan cooling so the price should lower, and then add the remain price to the water cooler block.

Well done MSI.Quote

16-06-2016, 17:16:36

xnax2802
Something like this might actually be enough of a "gateway drug" to get me into building a custom loop. Gotta really think things over when the time comes to buy a new case.Quote

16-06-2016, 20:09:06

Excalabur50
That actually looks nice, looks like it's been made to compliment their titanium boards too bad you wont see it in most systemsQuote
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