MSI launches two types of GeForce RTX 3060, GAMING X and VENTUS 2X

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Caesar

    Caesar Maha Guru

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    only announcing........

    not selling:p
     
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    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Selling also but your not gonna like the price. ;)
     
  4. Fergutor

    Fergutor Member Guru

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    In the Global MSI page there are 10 models, of which 2 are Gaming Trio, 2 are Gaming, 2 are Ventus 3X, 2 are Aero and 2 are Ventus 2X.
     

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    Solfaur Ancient Guru

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    So they basically have more models than stock.
     
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    ALL these tech sites should stop reviewing and promoting these cards from nvidia and AMD until they actually become readily available to the general public, I can't help but believe there's something very fishy about the availability of these cards from both companies.
     
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    The unobdtenium and inexistium editions !
     
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    Everybody wants to largely blame the pandemic for shortages and rising cost but it may only be a small part of the equation.
    Much of China is back to work.
    Taiwan was the country which handled Covid-19 better than any other around the globe.
    Personally, beside tariffs, mining and pure greed, I believe it is a game of 'chicken' between the major players.
    I believe the use of multi-chip GPUs are well on the way in terms of development.
    Both AMD and Nvidia have probably made significant findings in recent months on this technology and at a rate they weren't anticipating.
    It is entirely possible their focus is on that and did not want to waste resources on the current production volume...instead leaving it up to AIBs to do.
    That'd account for why...despite being a leap over past generations, there are so few FE/Reference cards being produced.
     

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