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MSI Shows Off The GeForce GTX 780 Lightning Cooler – Looks Hot With Black/Yellow Color Theme

The GeForce GTX 780 Lightning is built around the legacy of MSI’s Lightning “Overclocking” products with a new cooler design and sticks with the yellow / black color theme of its predecessors. From the cooler, we can see that MSI used two individual propeller blade cooling fans on the card, one is a 120mm fan while the other yellow fan is probably 100 or 92mm in size since its smaller than the black one. Now the thing to note is the close positioning of these fans to each other. This could probably hint at a third fan on the cooler shroud which would be teased at a later date in the upcoming week. This would be the first tri-fan cooler GPU built by MSI when released and the new Twin Frozr design would end up not only on the GTX 780 Lightning but also the next generation of NVIDIA’s flagship cards (Maxwell). (PC, Tech)

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