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MSI Launches the GTX 980 Ti Lightning GPU

MSI Launches the GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lightning Graphics Card - PR

MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured

MSI Launches the GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lightning Graphics Card

 

MSI is proud to officially announce the latest addition to the legendary Lightning series of graphics cards. Built to be perfect, the GeForce GTX 980Ti Lightning combines groundbreaking new technology with proven features such as TriFrozr, Torx Fan, SuperPipe and Military Class 4 components, evolved from the last generation Lightning. The GTX 980Ti Lightning is nothing short of an engineering masterpiece.

MSI's reputation in thermal design is well known to be excellent. The evolved TriFrozr design on the GTX 980Ti Lightning features three 90mm Torx Fans that combine the advantages of both traditional fan blade and dispersion fan blade, generating huge amounts of airflow while remaining quite silent. Three 8mm SuperPipes transfer heat much faster to the fins, enabling up to a whopping 700W of heat dissipation.

 

MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured  MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured  MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured  

 

Twin BIOS and Enhanced Power Design
Extreme overclockers can use the special LN2 BIOS on the card to reach for overclocking records without special hardware modifications. By removing restrictions, the full potential of the graphics card is unlocked. The enhanced power design contains more power phases than other models to ensure plenty of power is available, with 12 phases for GPU and 3 phases for Memory on a custom designed 10 layers PCB.

 

MSI Launches the GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lightning Graphics Card  

 

Military Class 4 Components
Equipped with Military Class 4 components, the MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning is built to deliver the best quality and stability. The components have gone through rigorous testing by an externallaboratory to satisfy Military standards. Featuring DrMOS 60A power phases, the highest rated available ensuring plenty of power. Hi-C CAP cores, Super Ferrite Inductor, and Dark Solid CAP, each aspect of the LIGHTNING ensures the best possible performance.

 

MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured  MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured  MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured  MSI GTX 980Ti Lightning pictured  

 

On-board and in control
With the 3x3 OC kits you're in complete control of the GTX 980 Ti LIGHTNING. V-Check points allow you to accurately measure GPU, Memory and PLL voltages. Triple Temp Monitor checks the real-time temperatures of the GPU, Memory and PLL while Triple Overvoltage allows you to overvolt those same components in order to achieve higher clock speeds.

Mystic Light
Customize and set up your own color scheme with Mystic Light. Make your build look on fire or cold as ice. You are in control. You can select any of the colors from the palette to match your systems' design. Tired of always the same color? Just change it to another one using the easy to use Mystic Light software available on PC, and make your PC look & feel brand new!

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's new GTX 980Ti Lightning on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

31-08-2015, 06:07:32

Warchild
Based on reviews popping up already, this card has been getting outstanding FPS in certain applications, but mostly on par with the Zotax extreme AMP edition. Even still thats a cool 20fps above the reference model on average.

However it seems that the overclocking while good, was a little disappointing on this board. Considering what this card is aka "the lightning" I did expect a little more oomph for the price.Quote

31-08-2015, 06:23:44

Kushiro
If only all the yellow parts were RGB leds. Still have to admit, its a tad underwhelming compared to its predecessors. Then again, the 980ti didnt really have many problems to begin with, so not much to improve really.Quote

31-08-2015, 11:26:19

Kaapstad
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Originally Posted by Newbie_NS810 View Post
If only all the yellow parts were RGB leds. Still have to admit, its a tad underwhelming compared to its predecessors. Then again, the 980ti didnt really have many problems to begin with, so not much to improve really.
Samsung memory chips would have been a good addition.Quote

31-08-2015, 11:47:50

Wraith
Ah the OCD is strong with this one

I've fixed it.
http://i.imgur.com/j6T68u5.jpgQuote

31-08-2015, 12:14:34

JR23
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Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
Ah the OCD is strong with this one

I've fixed it.
http://i.imgur.com/j6T68u5.jpg
What was wrong with the C

JRQuote
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