MSI (Micro-Star International) has announced a Godzilla-themed graphics card in the Japanese market, the GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM SE GODZILLA. The variant is the result of a partnership with Japanese film producer and distributor Toho.
The product has a red design and features the face of the radioactive lizard on the backplate. The new GPU has the same technical specifications as the “normal” version released in June this year, including the new NVIDIA mining lock.
At launch, the “King of Monsters” RTX 3070 is only available in Japan and there is no information on whether the model will be shipped to other countries. The card comes with a set of three fans and has an aesthetic that alludes to the monster, with silver symbols of the MSI logo.
The GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM SE 8G LHR x GODZILLA features a reddish brushed metal base. As it could not be missing, fine RGB lines are present in the model and complete the MSI device design.
MSI’s new GeForce RTX 3070 SUPRIM SE GODZILLA GPU ships with a mousepad and stand base. With three DisplayPort inputs and one HDMI 2.1, the RTX 3070 comes with 8GB of DDR6 VRAM and 5888 CUDA cores.
The GPU is an Ampere GA104, which limits some cryptocurrency mining algorithms to ensure greater availability of the card for gamers. The product features the top-of-the-line SUPRIM brand cooling system.