The wait is over for the hardcore MSI Lightning series graphics card lover as we finally got a glimpse of MSI’s latest overclocking flagship graphics card, the MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z. It was first leaked on HWBot benchmark with a whopping 2450MHz on the GPU clock speed, but then taken down in a very short amount of time.

The only image that was available that time is a shot of the card’s PCB, revealing its 19-Phase VRM, custom heatplate with heatpipes and 3 x 8-pin PCIe power connectors. There are also multiple fan and voltage connectors which can be seen near the end of the card.

msi rtx 2080 ti lightning z PCB (1)While most of us are still waiting for the official announcement from MSI, the actual MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z was already tweeted by Hardware Canucks earlier today.

As the flagship product, premium looking design are to be expected and personally, we find that MSI really did a great job on their RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z. It sports a black-gold accent, triple-fan cooler with carbon fiber-like textures and gold-colored metal pieces on the shroud, massive heatsink, middle plate and backplate for enhanced rigidity.

(Source: Hardware Canucks)



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