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ASUS ROG Strix RTX 3080Ti cooler design appears to have leaked

Recently, we've seen apparent leaks for the Founder's Edition version of Nvidia's upcoming RTX 3000 series graphics cards and now, we may also have our first look at a custom RTX 3080Ti. 

The folks at Videocardz have received a picture thought to be taken from an internal meeting at ASUS to discuss new cooler designs. One such design is a markedly different look for the ROG Strix GPU cooler:

Image via Videocardz

As you can see, silver accents have been added and RGB strips have been moved, the cooler also seems like it may be a bit bigger than the current one found on the RTX 2080Ti.

Of course, this may just be a design concept for now and not actually in production. So far, we do not know when Nvidia plans to announce its next-gen GeForce RTX graphics cards.

KitGuru Says: We don't know if we'll see this design on store shelves later this year, but I would certainly like to. The ROG Strix GPU cooler could do with some sprucing up and this version looks like a nice upgrade. 

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