Tuesday, June 20, 2017

MSI Takes The Wraps Off Its GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z

MSI has taken the wraps of its GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z. If you are interesting in overclocking your GPU, this could be just what you are looking for.
What truly sets the Lightning Z apart from other GTX 1080 Ti based graphics cards is the variety of core / memory settings it offers. Running this card in silent mode adjusts the base clock to 1,480MHz, the boost clock to 1,582MHz, and memory frequency of 11,016MHz. Kick it up a notch to gaming mode and you are looking at 1,582MHz base clock, a boost clock of 1,695MHz, and memory frequency of 11,120MHz. Running this card in lightning mode yields a 1,607MHz base clock, 1,721MHz boost clock, and a memory frequency of 11,120MHz. The Lightning Z even includes a dip switch that allows you to unlock LN2 mode without the need for soldering, jumpers, or other mods.