MSI has announced new additions to its range of graphics cards this week with the unveiling of the MSI GeForce GTX 1080 SEA HAWK EK X and MSI GeForce 1070 SEA HAWK EK X.
The new graphics cards are based on the recently announced NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series and come fully fitted and equipped with an EK high performance full cover water block to fulfill the demands of “extreme performance” says MSI.
MSI explains more in it press release:
This ground breaking partnership which spawned the MSI GeForce GTX 1080 SEA HAWK EK X and MSI GeForce GTX 1070 SEA HAWK EK X is the next step towards an even better gaming experience. These graphics cards combine MSI’s top-notch graphics card engineering with the dominant water cooling expertise by EK. The supreme liquid cooling performance guarantees a stable, silent GAMING experience.
Looking for some DIY fun? The SEA HAWK EK X comes with a pre-installed water block out of the box. This eliminates the need to remove the cooler or make any other changes to the graphics card and risking causing damage to it. Simply connect the SEA HAWK EK X to the water loop in any gaming rig, and create the ultimate water cooled gaming rig.
Niko Tivadar, EK’s Chief of R&D adds :
The MSI SEA HAWK EK X represents the pinnacle in enthusiast class graphics cards and as such deserves only the best possible cooling. – We are proud to say no compromises have been made. This is as good as it gets!
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series is a powerful platform, but we understand that true gaming enthusiasts are always looking for the absolute zenith. Therefore both the core clock and memory clock are higher out of the box to raise in-game performance to a whole new level. The nickel-plated electrolytic base and smooth matte black backplate featuring the famous MSI GAMING dragon illustrate the SEA HAWK EK X’s beastly performance and aesthetics. As an added benefit, the transparent edges of the provide additional protection for the PCB. This high performance full cover water block with central inlet split-flow cooling engine design delivers the best cooling performance, even with less powerful water pumps.
Source: Tech Power UpFiled Under: Hardware, Top News