MSI GeForce GTX 770 Lightning Pro Reviews
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"In our conclusion of the MSI N770 Lightning evaluation we gave major kudos to the MSI N770 Lightning. We hold onto that conclusion, it is proven even more now. We have learned that the out-of-box real-world frequency on the MSI N770 Lightning is quite high thanks to GPU Boost 2.0 and MSI's Twin Frozr IV heatsink and fan combo. The GPU boost clock is set to 1202MHz out-of-the-box, however, thanks to the super cool (temperature) GPU, GPU Boost 2.0 is able to take it to 1228MHz while gaming. At this frequency, the GPU is literally near its maximum limit of 1241MHz, just 13MHz shy."
"MSI’s GTX 770 Lightning is everything we could possibly want in a GPU. It is fast, quiet, cool running and, if given the chance, it should overclock to some extreme levels too. Unfortunately, MSI has kept the very overclocking abilities they pimp so hard under lock and key, tucked safely away where only a select few can access them. We’re not sure if this is being done to protect inexperienced users but it will infuriate most overclockers who are willing to pay almost anything to get the most out of their hardware. If this trend continues, NVIDIA’s Green Light could bring the market for enthusiast-friendly cards to a screeching halt. That’s really too bad since if it had followed in the overclocking footsteps of its predecessors, MSI’s GTX 770 Lightning would have received our highest recommendation."
"With a starting price of 388 Euros excluding shipping costs accross the EU, the Lightning isn't really cheap. That's 55 Euros on top of the cheapest 770 and 25 Euros more expensive than the DirectCU II OC from ASUS for exemple. But considering what you get with the Lightning we think that's a fair price. So if you are looking for a strong GTX 770 you are doing nothing wrong going for the MSI Lightning variant."
"Pricing of the GTX 770 Lightning is $450, which is $50 more than the reference design. I find this increase a bit much, when compared to other GTX 770 custom designs. A price of $420 would have been more reasonable. Still, the GTX 770 Lightning is a great card that can easily compete with the latest models of other board partners."