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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z PCB Photos, gets overclocked to 2450 MHz

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jan 3, 2019.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    If it's anything like Pascal where you could overclock quite high but the performance decreased noticeably.

    It'd be interesting to see performance over stock.
     
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    What is wrong ? Memory bandwidth is that low...
     
  4. Netherwind

    Netherwind Ancient Guru

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    Funny thing is that this card could have been an "insanely expensive card that smashes price records" but since the 2080Ti series regardless of model already is that...what's left to name the Lightning card?
     

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    my 2080 have 448GB Default clocks....
     
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    GPUz needs an update probably to support the card.
     
  7. Darkiee

    Darkiee Master Guru

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    If you look at picture 2, what is that rubber coating on the card?l
     
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    BetA Ancient Guru

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    that stuff is protecting against condensation. so teh parts dont get tooo wet when doin dryIce or nitro OCing...
     
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    sincle article mentions that "Gunslinger" and "Littleboy" overclocked it, then posted subsequent screenshots + images ... one would imagine that they used LN2 (as article hints at).

    rubber is often used in LN2 setups ... as you don't get moisture buildup ... hence the rubber is probably a "custom add-on" rather than a standard spec "out of the box" design.

    [EDIT] : beaten by BetA.
     
  10. Darkiee

    Darkiee Master Guru

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    I get it, that its rubber coating, and why. Just curious, if someone knows, where to get it, or is it just rubber, that they have smelted by themself.
     

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    BetA Ancient Guru

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    @Darkiee Plasti Dip they used most probally, u can peel it off also when done
     
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    google "liquid rubber" + "liquid rubber paint" ... while I haven't used it in terms of IT/motherboards - have previously used similar at work for "small/intricate rubber work" + custom design (artwork).
     
  14. Darkiee

    Darkiee Master Guru

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    Cheers all!
     
  15. fry178

    fry178 Maha Guru

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    Liquid rubber would be much better than plastidip.
    Also comes off much easier...
     

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    I always use liquid electrical tape for such things..
     
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    Not all that impressed really, wasn't the Strix 2080Ti used as a test bench for the new Ray tracing benchmark from futuremark and that was running over 2.6Ghz.
     

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