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EVGA GeForce GTX760 w/ EVGA ACX COOLER2GB GDDR5 980MHZ 6008MHZ DVI-D/I HDMI DP SLI Graphics Card

EVGA GeForce GTX760 w/ EVGA ACX COOLER2GB GDDR5 980MHZ 6008MHZ DVI-D/I HDMI DP SLI Graphics Card (eVGA: 02G-P4-2763-KR)
eVGAVPN: 02G-P4-2763-KR
Vendor: eVGA
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EVGA GeForce GTX760 w/ EVGA ACX COOLER2GB GDDR5 980MHZ 6008MHZ DVI-D/I HDMI DP SLI Graphics Card
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Rating: 9/10
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Jimmy_N@NCIX
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Review Date: 10/06/13
Cons: none

Pros: Awesome Performance for the price
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Bought this as GPU for my first build it was easy to install and great to look at and also keeps cool while running intense games like bf3 and guild wars 2
Richard_Z@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/07/13
Cons: Power hungry - 170W TDP Drivers can be hit/miss(not specific to this card, so I didn't reduce the score)

Pros: Fast, fast, fast... did I mention fast?Runs cool for performance level
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I was originally going to go with a GTX 660, but I got a great deal on this card. This is really the sweet spot in the market at this time. It performs on par or better than a GTX 670 or 7950 for much less money.Don't waste your money with the superclocked version. 1)Boost 2.0 will automatically overclock the card when it needs the extra bump (core clock is over 1110MHz when gaming) 2)This can be overclocked to the nearly the same level as superclocked using Precision X, and costs less. There was also an interesting comparison done by that compares the stock to the superclocked versions of the card and found a diminishing return in real world performance (with both cards being overclocked). Sadly, I can't remember the site I found the article anymore.I do not have a state of the art gaming rig... Q6600, 4GB of RAM, but this thing handles anything I've thrown at it without breaking a sweat, though I still haven't tested Bioshock Inf./Crysis 3 on it. In Crysis 2 with ultra settings, I haven't seen it crack 52C.Now the cons:1)Drivers... this seems to be constant source of pain for a lot of people on either side of the AMD vs Nvidia fence. I've had almost no issues, save for one. When waking the machine from sleep, the display doesn't always come on. I can hear the display device disconnect (indicated by the Windows 7 sound), but it never comes back. This may be a compatibility issue with my TV I'm using for my monitor. As well, this isn't specific to this card, or the newest set of drivers; a google search shows this has been ongoing in one form or another for years, with different models of card.2)Even though it states you need a 500W PS (which I have), it may not be enough to power the card under full load. When I crank everything in Borderlands 2, 1080P, full PhysX, 16X AA, my computer can cut out when I've been stressing the card. The ps can't handle the current draw, so no fault of the card. Until I buy a supply that can handle this card fully, I just don't run everything maxed out.In spite of some minor issues, the card has surpassed my expectations. It's a beast, both in size and capabilities.

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