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MSI to skip GeForce GTX 980 Lightning?

Posted on Tuesday, September 23 2014 @ 12:43:07 CEST by


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TechPowerUp reports MSI is holding off launching an overclocking-grade GeForce GTX 980 Lightning edition. The site speculates MSI may be anticipating the launch of a more powerful chip as the company probably wants to avoid a repeat of last year, when it launched its GeForce GTX 780 Lightning just before the launch of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti.
The company could stick to selling its Gaming Series GTX 980, equipped with the new Twin Frozr V cooling solution, even offering factory-overclocked variants of the card. This also leads one to wonder if NVIDIA has a third, high-end graphics card based on the GM204 silicon, on the 'cards,' one with higher clock speeds, or a higher temperature-based clock speed throttle, which is currently at a hair-trigger 80°C on the GTX 980.




 



 

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