MSI RTX 3070 Ti Suprim X 8G Review

MSI RTX 3070 Ti Suprim X 8G Review

When Nvidia released its RTX 3070 Ti Founders Edition earlier this month, it was only a matter of time before we got our hands on versions from the biggest brands in the graphics card business. The MSI RTX 3070 Ti Suprim X 8G is the first up. It’s part of MSI’s top-of-the-line GPU series and offers increased clock speeds, a massive cooler, and more power for your overclocking demands. Final pricing isn’t in yet, but a representative from MSI tells us to expect $100-$150 over MSRP, placing it at or above $699 to $749. Pricey, but does it have the performance to match? [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”slug=msi-rtx-3070-ti-suprim-x-8g&captions=true”]MSI RTX 3070 Ti Suprim X 8G – Design and FeaturesThe MSI Suprim line-up is the company’s current best-of-the-best and it has the looks to match. Visually, it’s near-identical to the RTX 3080 Ti version I reviewed here. If you’ve never seen a Surpim card, they’re big boys, fully 13.2 inches long and three slots wide. If you have a compact PC or even a mid-tower with fans in the front, you’ll want to measure to make sure it will fit. The card is also just under four pounds in weight, so if you’re mounting horizontally, you’ll want to support it in some way to prevent GPU sad and strain on your PCIe slot. Thankfully, MSI includes an adjustable support that stands on the bottom of your case and uses an adjustable shelf to prop up the GPU. I find this easier to manage than the brackets that need to screw into the back of the case but it will require some extra space to use. With the lighting off, the overall look is industrial-chic. It makes heavy use of brushed metal and RGB. On the front, its trio of Torx 4.0 fans are shrouded with an aluminum front panel in light and dark tones for contrast. The shroud emphasizes hard angles which accentuates the curved fan blades with their eye-catching dragon logos at the center. The middle fan is flanked by a pair of RGB strips in the shape of arrows. Around the back, the Suprim X has a thick metal backplate to dissipate heat that’s also in two tones. Turn the lighting on and anything minimal about the Suprim X goes out the window. The card is an RGB showcase with LEDs on the front, back, and side. Mounting your GPU vertically is the trend…
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