MSI also teases Custom GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

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I need to go back to MSI ๐Ÿ™‚ They really hit the spot with their awesome cooler.
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Oh the good old times when MSI was allowed to put double the VRAM on their cards (580 Lightning XE with 3GB instead of the usual 1.5).... I miss those days, best GPU buy ever for me ๐Ÿ™‚ I'll see for reviews and board layouts from the partners, but MSI already is on the short list ๐Ÿ˜€
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@varkkon You would be better off getting an asrock board, since their power design is a bit better, offers more phases and vrm quality right now seems to be better than what others offer. Get the 1700, add a 240 aio and clock it to 4ghz...
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I hope they now use main cooler to cool down VRM, 1070/1080 Gaming X had HUGE defect rate due VRM overheat, also their cooler is far from best, its small and fan are slow/silent, due that whole card heat a lot!
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The reason i wont begoing MSI ever again is due to the fact i have two MSI 970 Gaming cards... Both should be the same but due to revision... ones about a half inch shorter and does not have the black brace that the other one does. in SLI they look like different GPUS all together. Planning to pic what ever non stock gpu that does not have any video ports in the second slot. wanting to finally have again a waterblocked gpu that takes up only 1 to 1.5 slots. would be sexy.
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Oh the good old times when MSI was allowed to put double the VRAM on their cards (580 Lightning XE with 3GB instead of the usual 1.5).... I miss those days, best GPU buy ever for me ๐Ÿ™‚ I'll see for reviews and board layouts from the partners, but MSI already is on the short list ๐Ÿ˜€
So basically you're saying you'd like 22 GB of graphics memory here :hatty:
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I hope they now use main cooler to cool down VRM, 1070/1080 Gaming X had HUGE defect rate due VRM overheat, also their cooler is far from best, its small and fan are slow/silent, due that whole card heat a lot!
Would love to see more info on this, i have bought a MSI GTX980, GTX980Ti and GTX1080, and i never had any issues with the VRM, in fact there is a big frontal plate that cools the memory and the plates with the air that passes through the cooler, it seems to work fine, but would be interested on cases where they say otherwise.
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I said it many times... it's amazeballs! ๐Ÿค“ @MSI
Agreed ๐Ÿ˜€
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So basically you're saying you'd like 22 GB of graphics memory here :hatty:
MOAR COARES! :bugeye: Wait, that was something different... On a more serious note, I was more referring to the cards that are heavily improved compared to the reference board layouts, not just a better cooler, but better components and probably, a few neat features for the die hards. And I want them to take more voltage for us H2O fans ๐Ÿ˜€
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Would love to see more info on this, i have bought a MSI GTX980, GTX980Ti and GTX1080, and i never had any issues with the VRM, in fact there is a big frontal plate that cools the memory and the plates with the air that passes through the cooler, it seems to work fine, but would be interested on cases where they say otherwise.
Just use IR temp reader, first of all some heat pipes have higher temp then the GPU sensor report, which should be impossible, also VRM temp is higher then the GPU one That plate is just thin and the cooler airflow is just low to keep it cold, sure you can fix that with manual fan settings of 70-80% fan speed, the ppl using MSI 1070 for cuda works learned it bad way, many cards dies due VRM overheat or bad quality on auto fan speed I had one die on auto fan speed (GPU temp was 77-80C) now I keep it below 65C with manual fan settings For instance Gainward/Palit (phoenix, gamerock) use main block cooler to cool down GPU+VRM+memory no stupid thin plate for mem/VRM, and that card is fine up to 90C on GPU because both VRM/mem then are at same or lower temperature
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Just use IR temp reader, first of all some heat pipes have higher temp then the GPU sensor report, which should be impossible, also VRM temp is higher then the GPU one That plate is just thin and the cooler airflow is just low to keep it cold, sure you can fix that with manual fan settings of 70-80% fan speed, the ppl using MSI 1070 for cuda works learned it bad way, many cards dies due VRM overheat or bad quality on auto fan speed I had one die on auto fan speed (GPU temp was 77-80C) now I keep it below 65C with manual fan settings For instance Gainward/Palit (phoenix, gamerock) use main block cooler to cool down GPU+VRM+memory no stupid thin plate for mem/VRM, and that card is fine up to 90C on GPU because both VRM/mem then are at same or lower temperature
I never have noticed this as an issues since I always had manual fan setting on my MSI cards, including the 1070 (I actually have been using the exact same fan setting of my MSI 680 Lightning which remained saved in MSI AB over the years lol). The noise it makes is so low compared to my system fans, especially when gaming that I don't hear it even when it's at +80% so it's very cool all the time.
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Anything over 65% on Gaming-x I hear, 80% is to load for me, I am using power limit and 73% fan speed atm