MSI To Release GTX 980Ti with Corsair AIO

MSI To Release GTX 980Ti with Corsair HG10 AIO

MSI To Release GTX 980Ti with Corsair AIO

MSI To Release GTX 980Ti with Corsair HG10 AIO


At Computex MSI have announced that they will be releasing a GTX 980Ti which will be cooler by a Corsiar AIO using Corsairs HG10 Hybrid cooler.

MSI say that this product will be overclocking focused, which hopefully means that it will have a heavy factory overclock. Right now detailed specifications are not known, but MSI say that this product will be the fasted "out of the box" GTX 980Ti experience. 


MSI To Release GTX 980Ti with Corsair AIO  

Right now we do not know which Corsair AIO will be shipped with the product for cooling purposes, but we do know it is a model with a single 120mm radiator, making me think it is a H60, but right now who knows as we do not even know if this is a picture of the final product.

Corsair has been working with MSI to create their Bulldog Barebones PC, so it is not surprising ti see them working together on other products. 


You can join the discussion on MSI's GTX 980Ti Cooled by Corsair HG10 on the OC3D Forums.


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Most Recent Comments

04-06-2015, 11:47:11

It's a good idea, but I hope that it looks nothing like the one in the picture. They could at least design it with a shroud over it to tidy it up and make it look more 'premium'Quote

05-06-2015, 05:41:46

I just hope they give us the option to buy all the pices separately and let us do it ourselves :P personally I already have an AIO attached to my gpu and I was looking forward for a solution that could dissipate vrms heat better than I'm doing and without huge heatsinks. Also the gtx 980ti hybrid from EVGA here in Italy is too [email protected] 850~ €.

I'm really looking forward this card Quote

05-06-2015, 09:33:57

You could always just buy it separately. Might be cheaper or more expensive.

Reference GPU + Corsair Bracket + Any compatible AIO of your choosing (which you may already have)

This card better have beefed up power circulatory.Quote

07-06-2015, 20:32:29

I wonder if these will ever be available to buy from Australia or if I would have to order in from Amazon... lolQuote

07-06-2015, 21:09:53

Expect a massive price tag either way.Quote

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