PC world Gaming It is in a very complex moment. After the semiconductor crisis and the lack of stock, the prices are still high and the performance is not so good for a new generation entertainment products are still common. With this, MSI has recently introduced its new patents for reduce the temperature of our graphics cards up to 10 degrees, but the manufacturing cost is, perhaps, excessive.
While NVIDIA has presented new AI for game development at Computex in Taipei, MSI has wanted to show off a series of concepts that are still far from accompanying recent GPU models, but that they don’t look bad. The first of them is him Dynamic Bimetallic Finsa method that gets up to 3 degrees Celsius cooler thanks to thicker aluminum sheets.
Another method is the Arctic Blastwhich uses a thermoelectric cooler to cover the memory and reduce the temperature. However, a significant amount of power will be required to make it work. Last we have FushionChill and DynaVCbeing the first the most relevant when using the basic concept of a GPU with liquid refrigeration so small that it fits in any tower. In addition, it is the only one that would offer a reduction of up to 10 degrees Celsius in temperature.
With these four methods, MSI plans to drastically reduce the heat generated by the graphics card. However, what about the price? To more materials or more “of last generation”, the higher the manufacturing cost and therefore the final price. Not only that, but in the case of the second solution, the Arctic Blast, it translates into a more than possible high TDP to make it work stably.
Although MSI has presented prototypes of these new methods, there is still some time before they enter manufacturing. No member of the MSI team could confirm to PCGamer if the company would start using these designs in newer generations of GPUs, so there may still be time to see them in action.
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