MSI GeForce RTX 4080 Gaming X TRIO review

MSI GeForce RTX 4080 Gaming X TRIO review

MSI GeForce RTX 4080 Gaming X TRIO review

With the launch of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080, we’re here with a comprehensive review of another AIB RTX 4080 graphics card. The MSI GeForce RTX 4080 16GB GAMING X TRIO which is priced at $1309.99 MSRP. MSI’s TRI FROZR 3 thermal solution, a specialized graphics card layout and a factory overclock make the MSI GeForce RTX 4080 16GB GAMING X TRIO an excellent choice for competitive gamers and overclockers.

The abbreviation TRIO refers to the three-fan solution included in this highly individualized article. The goal was to achieve high performance with minimal noise, and they succeeded admirably. And I’m going to go ahead and spoil the ending: this card is SILENT again. It has been upgraded with more memory for the graphics card (16GB), faster clocks and TGP, and offers superior cooling. MSI sells a GeForce RTX 4080 Gaming X Trio edition graphics card which is good, very good. For a product in this enthusiast class, the card’s large power distribution is surprisingly well tuned and runs quietly. Plus, it has 16GB of the most potent GDDR6X RAM money can buy. The new graphics card provides excellent performance on all fronts, more extensive ray tracing functions and DLSS 3.0 thanks to upgraded Tensor cores. Although we all had a pretty dull year in terms of technology, 2022 is loaded with new releases. Among them were NVIDIA’s ADA GPU architecture graphics cards for the consumer market. The company has unveiled its new GPU design for next-generation gaming PCs. In the short term, two or three variants of GPUs are expected in the first launch wave, each of which will surpass the Ampere 3000 series in some way. NVIDIA’s RTX 4000 GPUs will deliver impressive performance, but next-gen graphics cards may have to contend with alternatives like AMD’s rDNA3 and Intel’s Arc Alchemist. Where the GeForce RTX 4090 is Nvidia’s flagship model in the new series, the GeForce RTX 4080 16GB takes a step down. This product is configured with 9728 shader cores offering 49 Shader-TFLOPS of power for traditional halftone graphics rendering. Add to that 304 fourth-generation tensor cores and 76 third-generation raytracing cores and you’re sure to get serious performance. NVIDIA claims the GeForce RTX 4080 is twice as fast as the GeForce 3080 Ti, but it uses nearly 10% less power and costs the same as the GeForce 3080 Ti, which costs $1,199. As with all GPUs in the GeForce RTX 40 series, the RTX 4080 is packed with Ada innovations. These include Shader Execution Reordering (SER), the new RT core engines and DLSS 3, which will give upcoming RTX games like Racer RTX and Cyberpunk 2077 with RT: Overdrive mode up to three times the performance of the RTX 3080 Ti. The RTX 4080 is excellent for rendering difficult content and provides the best gaming performance. Creators will also benefit from the extra memory when rendering larger scenes, editing 12K RAW video and using multiple apps simultaneously. Experience feature-rich RTX acceleration in the best creative apps, world-class NVIDIA Studio drivers designed for maximum stability, and a set of exclusive tools that harness the power of RTX for AI-assisted creative workflows. Initially, NVIDIA wanted to release two distinct GeForce RTX 4080 versions. A GeForce RTX 4080 12GB with GDDR6X RAM. Nvidia also announced a 16GB model of the RTX 4080. Due to market reception and confusion, NVIDIA decided to drop the 12GB version from its lineup (most likely it will be a 4070 (Ti)). The card’s shader engine clock is 2.21GHz, with a boost clock of 2.51GHz. This card has a 256-bit memory bus and a relatively okay tbp (total card power) of 320W.

MSI is back with its breathtaking GAMING X TRIO series. It has 9728 Shader cores switched on and 16GB of brand new GDDR6X graphics memory. MSI provided the card with a semi-passive design; when the GPU heats up, the three fans start spinning and cooling. The card has been made much more robust and has a stand to keep it from sagging. The GAMING TRIO is also available in a non-X configuration, which has a lower factory overclock but is otherwise identical. Sitting above the GAMING X TRIO, MSI’s SUPRIM and SUPRIM X models feature the company’s most extreme factory overclocks and custom enthusiast builds. The VENTUS 3X and VENTUS 3X OC are less powerful and have a less flashy design than the GAMING X TRIO. The Ada Lovelace architecture on the TSMC 4N NVIDIA custom process powers the GeForce RTX 4080, which has 9,728 CUDA cores, 304 4th generation tensor cores, 76 3rd generation RT cores, 304 texture units and 112 ROPs. The maximum Boost Clock speed is 2505MHz. The memory bandwidth of 716.8 GB/s comes from its 16 GB 22.4 GHz GDDR6X memory on a 256-bit memory bus. TGP means 320 watts. It has two BIOS settings: one for gaming performance and another for silence. These BIOS settings provide the same performance within 1%, but at different temperatures and noise levels due to To give you an idea, we only measure 32 DBa when testing acoustics. At 2595 MHz, this card only has a slightly faster clock frequency. Tweaked, we see that it hits over 3.0 GHz. The memory works at a speed of around 22.4 Gbps. Because of this, the cooling is even better, but the cooler is thicker, and the cooling of the vapor chamber is not as good. With these numbers and other high-end parts in mind, use this graphics card with at least a 750 Watt PSU. This newborn is big. It weighs close to 2 kg and is 336 x 140 x 71 mm. But hey, make up your own mind and let’s get this review started, shall we?

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