Besides the Gaming X Trio and Ventus x3 graphics card series, it seems that MSI is also planning to release a Suprim and Corsair line of GPUs. A listing in EEC made by MSI hints that it's developing two new series of RTX 30 graphics cards and that an RTX 3070 Gaming series is also on its way.
We don't know much about the Suprim series graphics cards besides its name, but given the absence of the Aero series, we assume that it will be the MSI entry-level graphics cards. All RTX 30 series SKUs (RTX 3090, 3080, and 3070) will be available in the Suprim series and on the factory overclocked Suprim X.
The Corsair series will only be available as RTX 3090 and 3080. Based on previous partnerships between MSI and Corsair, this should be the AIO water cooling model, similar to the previous MSI Sea Hawk series and Corsair Hydro GFX series.
The RTX 3070 Gaming series was also present in the EEC listing. Expected to be aesthetically similar to the Gaming X Trio model, the RTX 3070 Gaming should come with a double-fan cooler.
MSI RTX 3080 graphics cards are available now. The MSI RTX 3090 and RTX 3070 will be available on September 24th and October 15th, respectively. You can learn more about MSI RTX 30 series graphics cards HERE.
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KitGuru says: Are you thinking about buying the RTX 30 series Founders Edition graphics cards or get an AiB partner one? Would you like to add an RTX 30 series card with AIO water cooling to your rig?