MSI RTX 4070 Ti Gaming X Trio White Review

MSI RTX 4070 Ti Gaming X Trio Review


MSI are famous for having introduced the world to their Twin Frozr cooler, the GPU cooler which redefined how cool and quiet a graphics card could be. Never before had a company spent quite as much time and effort on unleashing the full power of a graphics card with a fully custom design taking in the unique qualities of cooling a GPU when compared to cooling Northbridges or CPUs.

As graphics cards grew ever larger and more power hungry, so the need for a Tri Frozr cooler appeared, and MSI duly obliged. Their Gaming X Trio brand sits in that sweet spot between cheap cards which have almost no cooling and some extreme cards with extreme price tags. It has long been a way to get 99% of the performance of the ultimate ones, without anything like the budgetary requirements, and thus has found a home in a significant number of systems.

Whatever you may feel about Nvidia’s numbering scheme and pricing in recent models, there is no denying that the RTX 4070 Ti is a huge amount of graphical horsepower for a decent price, particularly when you compare it to how much you had to spend on previous generations to achieve anything like that kind of performance.

Blend those two things together and you have the MSI RTX 4070 Ti Gaming X Trio – here in the white version – which combines the best value of the 4000 series cards with the most desirable model in the MSI range. How does it perform? Only one way to find out.

Technical Specifications

MSI RTX 4070 Ti Gaming X Trio Review