Computex 2017 - The very first graphics card that I ran towards at Computex this year was MSI's new GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z, something we got some more hands-on time now that it was in a PC and turned on.
The beautiful Mystic Light RGB goodness comes out to play, and it really does look freakin' slick in person.
MSI requires 8+8+8 pin PCIe power connectors, but will the additional 8-pin PCIe power connector help GPU clocks that much? I doubt it.
MSI has also doubled down on the heat sink for the GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z, too.
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z Specs
Silent Mode: 1480/1582MHz
Gaming Mode: 1582/1695MHz
Lightning Mode: 1607/1721MHz
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