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post #11 of 338
Nice mem on the first card biggrin.gif
post #12 of 338
Picked up a Z last night off of NewEgg - should have it on Friday. (Edit - now Wednesday due to an address error...yarggh).

Looks like your extra $10 gets you faster clocks than the X and that's it:

https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/GeForce-GTX-1080-Ti-LIGHTNING-X.html#hero-overview
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Boost Clock / Base Clock / Memory Frequency
1683 MHz / 1569 MHz / 11124 MHz (Lightning Mode)
1657 MHz / 1544 MHz / 11124 MHz (Gaming Mode)
1582 MHz / 1480 MHz / 11016 MHz (Silent Mode)

https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/GeForce-GTX-1080-Ti-LIGHTNING-Z.html#hero-overview
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Boost Clock / Base Clock / Memory Frequency
1721 MHz / 1607 MHz / 11124 MHz (Lightning Mode)
1695 MHz / 1582 MHz / 11124 MHz (Gaming Mode)
1582 MHz / 1480 MHz / 11016 MHz (Silent Mode)

Edited by sk3tch - 7/16/17 at 12:09pm
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Upload your BIOS so I can try flashing it on my Gaming X biggrin.gif

x2!

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post #15 of 338
I have a Lightning Z too now!

I can confirm the 1,37V on the memory. Normal is 1,35 on every 1080 TI card.
I can also confirm this insane memory clock.

Both results with 2088/6350



3D Mark: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/21060988
post #16 of 338
New results with Memory Voltage +50

THIS MEMORY!!! 2088/6412.

Tested with 100% RPM and no LN2 Bios!

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post #17 of 338
That's curious that the memory is notably better at oc'ing. Can someone who has the card figure what memory is being used? Maybe with the micron shortage it's using something different than other 1080tis
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Originally Posted by 404Error View Post

That's curious that the memory is notably better at oc'ing. Can someone who has the card figure what memory is being used? Maybe with the micron shortage it's using something different than other 1080tis

TechPowerUp's and KitGuru's cards uses Micron...

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1080_Ti_Lightning_Z/33.html

https://www.kitguru.net/components/graphic-cards/ryan-martin/msi-gtx-1080-ti-lightning-z-11gb-review/
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Originally Posted by 404Error View Post

That's curious that the memory is notably better at oc'ing

More voltage does that to memory thumb.gif

My gaming X can reach +800 (6300) without any voltage modification so I see no reason why the LZ can't reach higher clocks with more mem voltage assuming both cards have the same quality memory.
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post #20 of 338
Ah yea, techpowerup has a clear shot of the memory chip. Same as usual
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