MSI release the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

MSI release the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

MSI release the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

 
MSI has now released the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X, offering a large cooler design and a beefy 8+2 phase power delivery system.  
 
While this GPU’s Twin Frozr VI cooler may look immediately familiar to MSI fans, it is worth noting that this GPU comes with some significant upgrades when compared to its other GTX 10-series counterparts, with a larger finstack, a thickness of 2.5 PCI slots and a new heatpipe configuration. 

 
We can also see that the main body of this GPU’s heatsink is also connected to the GPU’s VRMs, ensuring that the power delivery system of this GPU will remain adequately cooled at all times. We can also see that this GPU will use both front and rear plates to protect the PCB from damage and to provide additional passive cooling and rigidity to the GPU as a whole.  

Below are the known clock speeds of MSI’s GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X when using MSI’s OC mode. The GPU also features “silent” and “gaming” profiles.

  GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X
GPU Architecture Pascal Pascal
Process node 16nm 16nm
SM Units 56 56
Cores per SM 64 64
CUDA Core Count 3584 3584
ROPs 88 88
VRAM Type GDDR5X GDDR5X 
Memory Clock 11008MHz 11100MHz
VRAM Cappacity 11GB 11GB 
Memory Bus Size 352-bit 352-bit 
Memory Bandwidth 484 GB/s 484 GB/s 
Base clock speed 1480MHz 1569MHz 
Boost clock speed 1582MHz 1683MHz 
Power Connection

1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin

2x 8-pin 
PCI Express  PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0 

 

MSI release the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

 

To put things simply, MSI has done a lot more than just release a GTX 1080 with Nvidia’s latest GTX 1080 Ti GPU core but has given their Twin Frozr VI cooler a total redesign, offering a lot more cooling potential and ensuring that Nvidia’s  250W GP-102 GPU core can offer the best performance while under the most stressing of gaming loads.

 

You can join the discussion on MSI’s GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X on the OC3D Forums. 

 

MSI release the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

MSI release the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

 
MSI has now released the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X, offering a large cooler design and a beefy 8+2 phase power delivery system.  
 
While this GPU’s Twin Frozr VI cooler may look immediately familiar to MSI fans, it is worth noting that this GPU comes with some significant upgrades when compared to its other GTX 10-series counterparts, with a larger finstack, a thickness of 2.5 PCI slots and a new heatpipe configuration. 

 
We can also see that the main body of this GPU’s heatsink is also connected to the GPU’s VRMs, ensuring that the power delivery system of this GPU will remain adequately cooled at all times. We can also see that this GPU will use both front and rear plates to protect the PCB from damage and to provide additional passive cooling and rigidity to the GPU as a whole.  

Below are the known clock speeds of MSI’s GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X when using MSI’s OC mode. The GPU also features “silent” and “gaming” profiles.

  GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X
GPU Architecture Pascal Pascal
Process node 16nm 16nm
SM Units 56 56
Cores per SM 64 64
CUDA Core Count 3584 3584
ROPs 88 88
VRAM Type GDDR5X GDDR5X 
Memory Clock 11008MHz 11100MHz
VRAM Cappacity 11GB 11GB 
Memory Bus Size 352-bit 352-bit 
Memory Bandwidth 484 GB/s 484 GB/s 
Base clock speed 1480MHz 1569MHz 
Boost clock speed 1582MHz 1683MHz 
Power Connection

1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin

2x 8-pin 
PCI Express  PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0 

 

MSI release the specifications of their GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

 

To put things simply, MSI has done a lot more than just release a GTX 1080 with Nvidia’s latest GTX 1080 Ti GPU core but has given their Twin Frozr VI cooler a total redesign, offering a lot more cooling potential and ensuring that Nvidia’s  250W GP-102 GPU core can offer the best performance while under the most stressing of gaming loads.

 

You can join the discussion on MSI’s GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X on the OC3D Forums.