MSI spoils Nvidia's big reveal of the RTX 2080

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MSI spoils Nvidia's big reveal of the RTX 2080

In fact, it's the whole new 20-series of cards. Oops!

It's not a lot of info, but ahead of Nvidia's keynote on the eve of Gamecom in Germany, MSI has jumped the gun and released details of its RTX 20-series of cards.

Videocardz has the scoop, the card line up features five new cards - the Ventus, the Aero, the massive Gaming X Trio, the Duke, and the Seahawk - subtle names every single one.

”Turing is NVIDIA’s most important innovation in computer graphics in more than a decade,” said Justin Walker, director of GeForce desktop at NVIDIA, in the release. “It is this same drive for innovation that we appreciate in AIB partners like MSI.”

The press release goes on:

Based on NVIDIA’s new Turing architecture, MSI announces it will carry the following series as seen in this PR:
Equipped with a brand new premium design and triple fans, the GAMING TRIO and DUKE series will deliver the best-in-class thermal performance you have come to expect from MSI.
As our Hybrid Air- & Liquid Cooling series, the SEA HAWK has become immensely popular for making liquid cooling both easy to install and maintenance-free for gamers.
A fresh wind is blowing through our line-up as VENTUS makes its first appearance with a minimalistic dual fan design.
Completing the line-up, the blower type thermal design of AERO isolates the airflow used in cooling the graphics card and ejects it out of the system through the back.
With this comprehensive lineup for next generation graphics cards, we are confident that there will be a suitable model for every gamer looking for the next level of performance.
 

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