MSI N780 Lightning

MSI N780 Lightning


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Graphics Engine GeForce GTX 780
Interface PCI Express x16 3.0
Memory Type GDDR5
Memory Size(MB) 3072
Memory Interface 384 bits
Core Clock Speed(MHz) 980 (Boost Clock: 1033)
Memory Clock Speed(MHz) 6008
DVI Output 2 (Dual-link DVI-I x 1, Dual-link DVI-D x 1)
HDMI-Output 1 (version 1.4a)
DisplayPort 1 (version 1.2)
HDCP Support Y
HDMI Support Y
Dual-link DVI Y
Display Output (Max Resolution) 2560x1600
DirectX Version Support 11.1 API (feature level 11_0)
OpenGL Version Support 4.3
SLI Support Y

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MSI N780 Lightning Reviews Rating: 94 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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website score publish date  --- Dec 09 '13
Hard Tecs 4U  --- Sep 20 '13
HardOCP  --- Sep 22 '13
HardwareCanucks  --- Sep 17 '13
KitGuru 9.5/10 Sep 19 '13
PC Perspective  --- Aug 27 '13
techPowerUp! 9.2/10 Sep 03 '13
Submit a review link on Dec 09 '13

"There are overclocked graphics cards and then there are overclockers’ graphics cards. This graphics card from MSI is certainly the latter. If you want a GTX 780 graphics card that you can overclock..."

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HardOCP on Sep 23 '13

"If price matters not, and you want the best GTX 780 out there, the MSI GTX 780 LIGHTNING is it. If you want the highest overclock possible out of a GTX 780, or are going to do unique and custom..."

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HardwareCanucks on Sep 17 '13

"With the GTX 780 Lightning, MSI has designed a drool-worthy graphics card. You may have to pay dearly to get one but when pushed, it is a fundamentally rewarding GPU that is worthy of the Lightning..."

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KitGuru on Sep 19 '13

"The MSI GTX780 Lightning is the finest graphics card that money can buy right now, outperforming the GTX Titan in most situations thanks to the hefty core overclock."

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PC Perspective on Sep 03 '13

"The MSI GTX 780 Lightning isn't a graphics card that just any gamer should buy. With a hefty price tag of $750 and a feature set that requires some overclocking experience to really take advantage..."

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