MSI GTX780 Ti Twin Frozr Gaming OC Review

Editor: Richard Weatherstone  Date: 19-01-14   0 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction


Product on Review: GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G
Manufacturer and Sponsor: MSI
Street Price: 551.74 at time of review

MSI are renown as a top tier graphics card and motherboard manufacturer. Their components are regularly seen at the top of HWBOT leaderboards with many seasoned overclockers utilising the products MSI produce and for good reason. They don't just churn out a re-hash of a reference design instead they add thier own cocktail of overclocking goodness be it improved power design, 'hard as nails' components or like today's product, a factory overclock that is second to none. Because of this, MSI have a huge enthusiast following too. Their designs are both stylish yet powerful too and this is exemplified by their 'Gaming range of PC components.



The gaming range isn't isolated to their VGA range, of which both NVIDIA and AMD are served with a full compliment of cards available but motherboards too. While the Gaming range are not MSI's flagship products (this title is reserved for the 'Lightning' cards), the gaming range are built for overclocking, indeed many of the products, like the one we have for review today, are already factory overclocked. With a huge 1020MHz base clock - 144MHz over reference, you can be assured this card will be no slouch. Add to this the supreme Twin Frozr cooling and sublime aesthetics and you have one bad ass graphics card. So if you are on the lookout for a custom cooled, high performing, factory overclocked GTX 780 Ti the MSI Twin Frozr OC Gaming Edition could be just the graphics card you desire.

About MSI
Micro-Star International Co., Ltd (MSI) was established in August 1986 in Jhonghe, Taipei by 5 founders, one of the world's largest information technology manufacturers with more than 12,700 employees, including those in Taipei headquarters, Baoan Plant (Shenzhen), Kunshan Plant and sales staff around the world.

MSI started from the motherboard and graphics card industries and extended into consumer and commerical electronics including notebooks, All-in-One PCs, servers, workstations, industrial PCs, household appliances, car infotainment products, barebone systems, multimedia, communication devices, and others.



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