Corsair has announced the release of the result of a new partnership with MSI graphics cards with hybrid liquid cooling heatsink Corsair Hydro GTX GFX 1080. Thanks to this hybrid sink, new graphs presenting are able to operate with a factory overclock very high, and having much room for the user will apply smoothly even higher levels.
Interestingly though logically graphics and comes with the logos of both companies, the announcement was made Corsair and not MSI, and indeed the graph is in the catalog of the former and not the latter. In any case, according to Corsair thanks to the incorporation of that sink before the GFX Hydro GTX 1080 are 10% more powerful than NVIDIA reference models, and temperatures are reduced by 50% compared to them.
The set consists, as in other hybrid cooling solutions for graphics cards, a sink liquid cooling all in one cooled exclusively GPU graphics, leaving memory chips, VRM, MOSFETs and other components of PCB to be the sink type blower incorporated in the graph who refrigerate.
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The Corsair Hydro GFX 1080 GTX has the following technical characteristics, according to the manufacturer specifies:
MSI GTX GPU GeForce 1080.
CUDA Cores: 2560.
Interface: PCI-Express 3.0.
1,847 MHz / 1,708 MHz (OC Mode)
1,822 MHz / 1,683 MHz (Gaming Mode)
1,733 MHz / 1,607 MHz (Silent Mode)
The memory runs at 10.010 MHz except in OC Mode profile that makes it to 10,108 Mhz.
8 GB of RAM memory GDDR5X 256-bit bus.
Video Outputs: 3x DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0 and DVI-DL.
You need only one PCI-Express 8-pin connector to run (plus a connector for radiator fan).
The new Corsair Hydro GTX 1080 GFX made with MSI hit stores in this month for a suggested 849,99 euros, taxes included price.