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    MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio

    Gaming X meets Lightning Z.
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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio

    That's a crappy boost. My FE goes to 1840mhz, and it has the stupid hoover-sounding cooler.

    EDIT: oops, checked GPU-Z and what it says under boost is different to what it actually runs at. What mhz did the card actually go up to ? For instance, my boost value says 1582mhz but in practice runs at 1840mhz

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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    EDIT: oops, checked GPU-Z and what it says under boost is different to what it actually runs at. What mhz did the card actually go up to ? For instance, my boost value says 1582mhz but in practice runs at 1840mhz
    Out the box it hovered between 1,870MHz and 1,900MHz. With the overclock in place it stays above 2,000MHz.

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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    That's a crappy boost. My FE goes to 1840mhz, and it has the stupid hoover-sounding cooler.

    EDIT: oops, checked GPU-Z and what it says under boost is different to what it actually runs at. What mhz did the card actually go up to ? For instance, my boost value says 1582mhz but in practice runs at 1840mhz
    I've got this card and it boosted to 1976Mhz without touching anything, I've got it at 2050Mhz with the sliders maxed in afterburner and +75 on core and that seems to be it's limit as with most of these cards. Temperature wise I use a custom fan curve with 10% for every 10 degrees and after a long gaming session in a 25c room it goes to 63c @ 60% fan speed, it's inaudible when gaming with headphones on and silent when at idle.

    I used to water cool all my cards primarily for the noise reduction but since using these MSI Twin Frozr cards (I have a 1070 one as well) I don't see the need.

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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio

    yep. Red seems to be everywhere.
    What about red?
    Or use those multi-colour leds (like some do) and supplying a few different coloured plastic trims so we can customise to what we want? It's not like graphics cards are cheap, they could easily absorb the cost of a few bits of coloured plastic and multi-colour leds.
    Last edited by alsmith; 20-11-2017 at 04:39 AM.

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