The MSI Gaming brand has always been closely related to the dragon, and its Gaming brand logo itself has a dragon style. In fact, the name of MSI’s mascot is Dragon Lucky, which is usually used in various MSI’s marketing activities and products, as well as some of MSI’s peripherals. On the new generation of graphics cards, MSI has released a new series called SUPRIM and recently announced the launch of the 35th-anniversary commemorative model.
According to VideoCardz
reports, MSI GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM SE x GODZILLA will be the newest member of its graphics card lineup. This is a joint product of MSI and Toho. This graphics card uses the GeForce RTX 3070 LHR version, equipped with a dual 8Pin external power supply, TDP is 240W, the acceleration frequency reaches 1785 MHz in the extreme performance mode, and the user can also control it through the Dragon Center. Judging from the currently known specifications, this graphics card has the same specifications as the GeForce RTX 3070 LHR SUPRIM released by MSI last month.
The main change and the most attractive part of MSI GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM SE x GODZILLA is to provide a new color scheme, with black and fuchsia, using a brushed aluminum back panel, adding the image of Godzilla. Under normal circumstances, when installed in the side-through case, the decoration on the back panel will be clearly seen. There is no doubt that this SUPRIM x GODZILLA series is aimed at the Japanese market. As we all know, Japan has a special preference for the popular cultural symbol of Godzilla, which has appeared in places including games, movies, TV series, animations, and sculptures for many years. It is currently unclear whether MSI
has other plans to make this product available in other regions.