Again more leaks on the MSI GTX 780 Ti Lightning as photo's, and OC and tests have been puiblished by Le Comptoir du Hardware, a French website. The card has been photographed and tested quite extensively which you can read in their post. The Lightning Ti comes with a GK110-425-B1 GPU (2880 Cuda cores) and runs at 993 MHz core and 1058 MHz boost while the memory comes at a clock speed of 7000 MHz.
The PCB features voltage measurement points and dual-BIOS. The GeForce GTX 780 Lightning Ti has a 16+3+1 phase VRM along with the new DrMOS 4 being the next-gen MOSFET which is used to deliver the power for the CPU. The card is powered through Dual 8-Pin connectors.
The card was tested on a system with Core i7-4960X, 16 GB of quad-channel DDR3-2500 MHz memory / MSI Big Bang XPower II motherboard. It apparantly achieved 3DMark 11 (performance preset) score of P17872.