MSI has launched the RTX 4060 Gaming MLG edition graphics card series for the Chinese market, featuring a new mascot and the brand’s well-known Twin Frozr cooler.
Two models will be available based on the Magic Dragon series of products created for esports players: the RTX 4060 Gaming MLG and the RTX 4060 Gaming X MLG. Both house Nvidia’s AD107 GPU, boasting 3,072 CUDA cores alongside 8GB of 17Gbps GDDR6 memory running on a 128-bit bus powered by a single 8-pin cable.
The only difference between these is the GPU frequency, which sits at 2,595MHz on the Gaming X model against 2,460MHz on the non-X. You can expect performance on the ballpark of any other RTX 4060.
Both cards use a similar cooler design to the RTX 4060 NV limited edition, but this time painted in red and black with some RGB lighting. The GPU and memory are cooled by a nickel-plated copper base, transferring heat to the fin stack using three heat pipes.
MSI opted for a dual-slot design measuring 247mm x 130mm x 41mm. The brand’s Twin Frozr 9 cooler carries two seventh-generation fans, said to offer 23 per cent higher airflow than ordinary axial fans. The back plate partially covers the card, leaving a flow-through area for air circulation. On the covered section, we find the Dragon mascot Lucky, reimagined as a Dragon Princess.
The I/O is made of three DisplayPort 1.4a and one HDMI 2.1a. You’ll get 4K at 120Hz or 8K at 60Hz HDR with Variable Refresh Rate, no problem. Just don’t bank on getting near these in demanding games, given the graphics card.
The RTX 4060 Gaming MLG is expected to be available today, priced at ¥2,699 (£303), bundled with some stickers plus a Plexiglas statuette of the Dragon Princess. If this design doesn’t make it the best graphics card, then we don’t want to know what the best GPU is.