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MSI GTX980Ti Lightning OC Edition - PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card (6GB, GDDR5, 384Bit, Mystic Lights Edition, Boost :1304 MHz, Base: 1203 MHz)
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|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||Integrated||PCI-E||—||PCI-E|
|Hardware Interface||PCI||PCI||PCI||PCIE x 16||—||PCIE x 16|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||33.02 x 14 x 5.31 Centimetres||34.54 x 26.42 x 8.13 Centimetres||28.98 x 13.97 x 4.06 Centimetres||24.38 x 11.43 x 3.81 Centimetres||30.4 x 22.2 x 5.5 Centimetres||24.13 x 3.81 x 12.95 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||95 grams||0.6 kg||1.86 kg||0.91 kg||0.6 kg||0.68 kg|
|Memory Clock Speed||7,096 MHz||7,100 MHz||1,480 MHz||8,008 MHz||—||1,310 MHz|
|Model Number||GTX 980TI LIGHTNING||V323-001R||GTX 1080 TI GAMING X||GTX 1060 3GT OC||90YV0A54-M0NA00||ROG-STRIX-RX570-O4G-GAMING|
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Amazing performance easily equaling or surpassing a $1000 Titan X, and the card OC's like crazy with its ample power reserve (it uses two 8 pin PCI-E plugs). The look of the card is fantastic, super high quality and solid, and the backplate is just icing on the cake. It runs silent, and using MSI Afterburner you can control the fans however you like, keeping it cool under load. It idles around 39-45C with no fans on (they turn on automatically if the card gets around 60C), or if you use Afterburner (I prefer this) and set fan speed to 25-30% it idles at 29-30C. If you use Afterburner it overrides the auto fan mode and lets you control the fans at your leisure. I set the fan speed to 60 or 70% (and it's still silent) for gaming and the card hovers around 70C.
BTW, I have two 27" monitors, one is an ASUS 2560x1440 which this card slays any game on. My second monitor is a Dell 27" running 3840x 2160 @ 60Hz (UHD or "4K"). There are those that say there is no single 4K card yet. I argue that this card handles it quite nicely. Remembering that you don't need AA on a UHD monitor. The pixel density is so tight that it makes no difference. I can play BF4 with ALL settings maxed at 4K and Ambient Occlusion turned on and get 60-70 FPS. YES!!! A steady 60 FPS!. It is absolutely stunning and actually freaks you out the first time you see it. WOW! GTA V max settings stays around 40-50FPS. Very Playable. Tweaking settings I can keep it at 60 FPS but I like to push the settings all out to the max. I know Titanfall is only an "ok" game, but at 4K max settings it looks simply incredible. Seriously amazing! And it stays around 60 with no AA. The 6GB of VRAM help a lot. GTA V goes well over 5GB of usage.
This card is really awesome. Super high quality.
Absolutely great card, and if you can afford it, get one now (if you find one in stock). You wont need a new graphics card for years with this one.
One note, have a good and high-end CPU for this card or you'll bottleneck it. I'm running a i7 4790k @4.6GHz so no probs. The card's just that powerful (I'd have a 600w or higher PSU as well - I have a Seasonic 860w PSU).
Do what ever you have to do to get this card. Sell a kidney or something.
Enter the Sea Hawk. I sold the Titan X, got this water cooled gpu, and now while playing games the temperature is at 55 degrees and the computer is just as silent as it is at idle. Another benefit is that since the gpu is cooler the stock overclock on the sea hawk allows me to run games better than the Titan X.
Now I don't have to wear headphones every time I play to drown out the noisy fans.
I was able to fit this and a Corsair h75 for the cpu in a Corsair Air 240 case. Paired with a gsync 4k monitor I'm in gaming bliss. Time for Fallout 4.
One issue: the 368.22 Game-Ready drivers caused all sorts of weird problems. My displays would go black and not respond until I (force-restarted!) my computer; I experienced strange microstutters in Overwatch that nothing could resolve; the card would constantly report that the display driver had stopped responding.
Changing my TDR settings in the registry improved matters somewhat (my displays no longer died and my drivers no longer stopped responding) but only the 368.39 drivers resolved things.
Buyers should keep driver issues in mind when reporting problems with cards. They're weird, they're often very hard to diagnose, and they sometimes look like failing hardware.
NOW/HOWEVER if you are doing/wearing a VR headset go with the 1070 because of the clock speeds. That's the purpose of the 1070. VR.
Yes, I know there's MUCH More to the Science of it. The 980ti has a Proven track record.
To make it clear, I would have bought the 1070 IF, I was doing VR.
I'm looking at my 34in.21.9 aspect ratio with 3440x1440 Res. monitor with Deep Saturation of colors and cool temps with Lightning Fast Speeds.
Runs DOOM ALL settings Maxed and monitor Maxed Beautifully. 75fps on up at 74C. Fans quiet at 71.
Corsair 450D Case. Fans, 2 140s front intake and on top, Corsair Hydro Series, H100i v2, 240mm Radiator, Dual 120mm PWM fans, Advanced RGB Lighting and Fan control with software, Liquid CPU Cooler exhaust, and a 120 in back for exhaust. Bottom 1 120mm intake fan.
Corsair 750w PS
ASUS Hero VIII MB.
16 Gig Ram.
This Spectacular MSI Video Board.
Samsung 960 Pro SSD 512 GIG.
HP DVD ROM.
Simple set-up and Incredibly Efficient.
Keep an eye on the prices they fluctuate. I got mine for $399.
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