If you’re looking for a more affordable option to NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti, the brand’s GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card will be hitting shelves in a little more than a week. On that note, an image of MSI’s GeForce RTX 2070 Gaming X graphics card has made its way online.
The image of the cards shows us two things. First off, the card is not a “Gaming X Trio”, and therefore only sports a two-fan cooling solution. Rather than a three-fan setup. Second, its cooler shroud is peppered with RGB LEDs, which we’re certain can be manually tweaked and customised via MSI’s own on-board software.
Beyond that, information about the card’s hardware specification is scarce. The card still hasn’t been listed on the brand’s official product page, for obvious reasons.
However, considering that the card’s will still be based on NVIDIA’s own reference PCB, the card could come with a base and boost clock of 1410MHz and 1620MHz. Additionally, the RTX 2070 is – at current – the only RTX graphics card that doesn’t have NVLink support. However, it will still be able to enable NVIDIA’s ray-tracing features.