MSI Tease Twin Frozr V cooler

MSI Twin Frozr V

MSI Tease Twin Frozr V cooler

MSI Tease Twin Frozr V cooler


Early this morning MSI posted their First Sneak Peak at their next Generation Twin Frozr V cooler on the forums, lets hope it performs as great as it looks.

MSI Tease Twin Frozr V cooler  

We can see from the picture above that this cooler is one of many Nickel Plated Heat pipes, with what looks to be a very dense fin stack over the GPU. This cooler sports a Black and red design, which should suit the systems of the majority of enthusiasts these days.

One interesting thing to point out is that the black and red sections of the cooler looks like they can be separated! Which means that buyers of a Twin Frozr V GPU could have a great deal of customization/ modding options available to them. Personally I think a custom painted White and Green card would look fantastic, but that is just me.

We at OC3D certainly look forward to this cooler, but not more so than the Next-Gen GPUs which they will come with. We hope that these cards will keep our Cards cool and our overclocks forever stable, but alas we will have to wait and see.

Join the discussion on the MSI Twin Frozr V cooler on the OC3D Forums. 




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Most Recent Comments

31-08-2014, 20:06:23

oh yeah make the 8pin even more unable to reach, its already a pain with the IV design...Quote

31-08-2014, 20:17:10

if it not to much trouble a back plate would be nice...Quote

31-08-2014, 20:29:57

Originally Posted by Permafrost View Post
if it not to much trouble a back plate would be nice...
I've not seen the final design but it looks like there is one looking at the render in the OP.Quote

31-08-2014, 21:58:21

That looks more like the actual pcb, but just a flat naked one.Quote

01-09-2014, 02:05:52

Originally Posted by paulstung View Post
That looks more like the actual pcb, but just a flat naked one.
Yeah, it's just not very detailed but that's definitely a PCB (solderpoints for the power connectos, PCI bracket attached to it, PCI-E connector, SLI fingers).

- casually waits for a GPU manufacturer to adopt black PCI brackets -Quote

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