EVGA GeForce GTX 970 Hybrid Gaming Video Card Review

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3DMark 2013

3Dmark Fire Strike Benchmark Results – For high performance gaming PCs

Use Fire Strike to test the performance of dedicated gaming PCs, or use the Fire Strike Extreme preset for high-end systems with multiple GPUs. Fire Strike uses a multi-threaded DirectX 11 engine to test DirectX 11 hardware.

3DMark Fire Strike

Fire Strike Benchmark Results:

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Benchmark Results: The 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark had the EVGA GeForce GTX 970 Hybrid Gaming card scoring 10,441 points versus the 11,007 points scored by the XFX Radeon R9 390 Black Edition OC and the 10,232 points on the Zotac GeForce GTX 970 AMP! Omega Edition card.

Fire Strike Extreme Benchmark Results:

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Benchmark Results: In 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme we see different scores, but basically the same scaling and performance results. The EVGA GeForce GTX 970 Hybrid Gaming 4GB video card scored 5,333 points, just behind the  XFX Radeon R9 390 Black Edition OC graphics card.

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  • Sean Kumar Sinha

    Kind of disappointed eVGA didn’t put this cooling on a more impressive version of the 970. I know they were aiming for a quiet card, but I think they would have reached a more receptive audience if this was a 970 with beefed up power-phase and OC capability.

    • Coach

      They may have left it lower, since we enthusiasts would try to overclock it anyways because….heck, it has water cooling! 😀 It would prevent a glut of returns from those who burned them up.

  • motov8

    Not worth the money. I got the same board gtx 970 and i added Arctic Accelero Mono plus on it. I got max temp 50’C and pure silent. Gpu is on 1200 MHz (1400 MHz turbo) and ram on 7000 MHz (very bad elpida). I dont put more on core, bcuz i dont need to get extra 50 Mhz with really heavy load.