MSI’s Custom GeForce RTX 4090 Graphics Cards Surface on Newegg, including GeForce RTX 4090 GAMING TRIO for $1,599

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The first custom GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards have been listed on Newegg, revealing the pricing and details for some of MSI’s custom models. They include the GeForce RTX 4090 GAMING TRIO 24G, which will cost $1,599 and meet the MSRP that NVIDIA set for its flagship Ada Lovelace GPU, according to a screenshot that Wccftech was able to grab before Newegg updated its listings, as well as entries for the two SUPRIM models, the GeForce RTX 4090 SUPRIM X 24G and GeForce RTX 4090 SUPRIM LIQUID X 24G.

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From a Wccftech report:

There’s one model that’s been listed with the pricing and it matches the US which will be the same for the Founders Edition which NVIDIA offers through its own store & its partners. The graphics card is the Gaming Trio which we have confirmed will be MSI’s “MSRP” card and the rest of the cards are likely to carry a higher premium. The Gaming X Trio will be featuring a slightly higher price since it comes with a factory overclock but it should also be close to the MSRP.

MSI also recently detailed its GeForce RTX 4090 SUPRIM Liquid, SUPRIM, and Gaming Trio coolers during the latest Insider Livestream. A few key details were mentioned such as the SUPRIM 4090 series & 4080 16 GB graphics cards featuring vapor chamber cooling and all three variants coming with a dual-BIOS design that has a silent mode (default TDP) and a gaming mode (OC TDP).

MSI confirmed some of the specifications of its first custom GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards on Wednesday, but only two models have been listed on its official website at the time of this posting: the GeForce RTX 4090 GAMING X TRIO 24G and GeForce RTX 4090 GAMING TRIO 24G. Their core clocks are listed as “TBD.”

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