MSI officially released Radeon RX 7900 GAMING TRIO CLASSIC series

Previously, MSI has confirmed to the relevant media staff that it will launch Radeon RX 7900 series graphics cards, which are all customized non-public designs, and there will be no public version of OEM graphics cards. Compared with AMD’s graphics card partners such as Asus, Sapphire, Biostar, PowerColor, and ASRock, MSI’s action is obviously much slower.

At the CES 2023 exhibition a few days ago, MSI showcased Radeon RX 7900 XTX / RX 7900 XT GAMING TRIO CLASSIC products, using a custom PCB design, the same TRI FRZOR 2 cooling system as the previous generation Radeon RX 6000 GAMING X TRIO series. However, the heat dissipation module, support plate, and backplane inside have been modified to accommodate the Navi 31 chip.
At present, MSI has officially released these two graphics cards and landed on the platform of French retailer Topachat for 1229 euros and 1129 euros. Compared with the price of the local public version of 1149 euros/1049 euros, it is about 7% higher, but it is not available yet, and it is estimated that it will still have to wait for a while.

Radeon RX 7900 XTX / RX 7900 XT GAMING TRIO CLASSIC has an overall size of 325 x 141 x 56 mm and a thickness of 2.5 slots. It has three Torx Fan 4.0 fans and is equipped with three 8Pin external power supply interfaces. According to MSI, the TRI FRZOR 2 cooling system allows the new graphics card to achieve a perfect balance between temperature and noise during games; heatpipes ensure maximum contact with the GPU and run throughout the heatsink for better heat dissipation; the thermal pad under the solid metal backplate provides additional cooling, and the better ventilation design can reduce heat retention; better airflow control directs air where it’s needed for maximum cooling.

In addition, the new graphics cards are all running at the reference frequency, and MSI has not performed factory overclocking.