MSI is getting ready to launch a new budget-oriented series of cards called Twin Fan. For now, it will only be available in RTX 3070 form, but we would expect to see a version for the rumoured RTX 3060Ti too eventually.
Once available, the Twin Fan graphics card will feature a dual-slot, dual-fan design with a clean black shroud, allowing it to fit in any build. To protect and prevent damage to the PCB and improve passive cooling, there’s a backplate that “complements the design”, making it look even better.
The fans generate more airflow and air pressure than common fans thanks to a “unique curve”. The GPU transfers the heat generated to a solid baseplate that connects to the heatsink through 3x copper heat pipes.
The RTX 3070 Twin Fan comes clocked 1500Mhz for the base clock and 1725MHz for the boost clock. The OC variant comes with the same base clock, but boosts up to 1740Mhz. The memory clock of both graphics cards come at the stock 14Gbps. Available video outputs include 3x DisplayPort 1.4a and an HDMI 2.1 port. To power the card, there’s an 8-pin power connector and a 6-pin power connector. The TDP is set at 220W for the standard version and 250W for the OC variant.
KitGuru says: Are you looking to upgrade your system with an RTX 3070 graphics card? Will you consider the MSI Twin Fan series cards?