MSI is planning to release a variant of its GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM graphics card that’s aimed at fans of Toho Co., Ltd’s most iconic and popular kaiju, Godzilla. Developed in partnership with the Japanese film and distribution company, MSI’s GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM SE x GODZILLA graphics card features a black and red shroud, as well as a brushed-aluminum backplate that features a fiery image of the king of the monsters himself. Specifications wise, the GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM SE x GODZILLA features a base clock of 1,770 MHz and boost clock of up to 1,785 MHz in Extreme Performance Mode, the latter of which can be enabled via MSI’s Dragon Center software. Godzilla fans will also find a dual 8-pin power connector and 240-watt TDP.
The SUPRIM x GODZILLA model offers a new color scheme, which is black and amaranth. The backplate, made entirely by brushed aluminum has been painted in amaranth color with the addition of Godzilla himself. It goes without saying that SUPRIM x GODZILLA series is targeted at the Japanese market. At this moment we are not aware if MSI has plans for this model to enter other markets.