The EVGA GeForce GTX 760 2GB Superclocked with ACX Cooling is supposed to be one of the best enthusiast graphics cards available. We take this custom cooled and factory video card by EVGA and put it to the test! The EVGA GeForce GTX 760 2GB Superclocked w/ ACX comes with a base clock of 1072 MHz a boost clock of 1137 MHz, so it should be a performer! Read on to find out how it performs and overclocks!
Galaxy Microsystems announced the GeForce GTX 780 GC this week and we have a review of it up for you today! This is the first custom NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 design from Galaxy and it features better components, a custom GPU cooler and the Kepler GPU has been factory overclocked. Read on to find out how this “Galaxy Clocked” card performs and to see if we can push the overclock even higher!
Earlier this week NVIDIA released the GeForce GTX 760 2GB video card at the $249.99 price point. That is priced very close to the AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB video card that can now be found for $264.99 shipped and it comes with four game titles. We take the two reference cards from both companies and see which one is the winner on our triple monitor test setup!
The MSI N760 TF 2GD5/OC graphics card is powered by the NVIDIA GK104 ‘Kepler’ GPU that has 1152 CUDA cores and 2GB of GDDR5 memory on a 256-bit bus. This card comes overclocked up to 1020MHz on the base clock and features the massive MSI Twin Frozr IV GPU cooler. Read on to see what happens when we put two of these cards to the test in SLI on our 2D Surround monitor setup.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 is powered by the same GK104 ‘Kepler’ GPU that is used in the GeForce GTX 770. It has just 1152 CUDA Cores, but is said to have the horsepower to tackle next generation gaming at 1080p resolutions and for $250. Read on as we put the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2GB GDDR5 video card to the test!
Gigabyte has come out with a rather impressive NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 2GB/4GB video card that has the company’s WindForce 3X GPU Cooler and a custom designed PCB. This card stands out from the crowd due to the WindForce 3X GPU cooler that uses six copper heatpipes (2x 8mm and 4x 6mm) and three cooling fans to keep this factory overclocked card running smoothly. Read on to see what we think of the Gigabyte GV-N770OC-2GD!
PowerColor has been one of the very few add-in board manufacturers that continually releases enthusiast class, silent graphics cards in the companies SCS3 (Silent Cooling System) product line. When we learned that PowerColor would be building a passive AMD Radeon HD 7850 1GB video card with stock clock speeds we were dumb founded. How could PowerColor built a totally silent version of this mid-level gaming graphics card? Read on to find out!
Gamers want the ability to play any PC game with buttery smooth frame rates. If you are gaming at 1920×1080, that really isn’t that tough to accomplish with most high-end discrete graphics cards. Those that are gaming at Ultra HD or 4K resolutions have a much harder time getting the smooth frame rates at the image quality settings they would like. Read on to see if running a pair of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 video cards in 2-way SLI is the answer!
The EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Superclocked with ACX Cooling is supposed to be one of the best enthusiast graphics cards available. We take this custom cooled and factory video card by EVGA and put it to the test! The EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Superclocked with ACX cooling comes with a base clock of 967 MHz a boost clock of 1020 MHz, so it should be a performer! Read on to find out!
NVIDIA today released the GeForce GTX 770 GPU for $399. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 uses a Kepler GK104 GPU with 1,536 CUDA cores and either 4GB or 2GB of high-speed 7 Gbps GDDR5 — the world’s fastest memory ever on a graphics card. It also supports NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology and a new GPU cooler. Read on to see how retail GeForce GTX cards from ASUS and MSI perform!
Last week NVIDIA introduced the GeForce GTX 780 graphics card that was designed for gaming enthusiasts. The GeForce GTX 780 uses the powerful Kepler GK110 GPU with 2,304 cores and 3GB of high-speed GDDR5 memory. We compare the GeForce GTX 780 to the GTX Titan, GTX 680 and GTX 580 to see how it compares to its predecessors at 1920×1080, 2560×1600 and 5760×1080 screen resolutions on the latest gaming titles!
The AMD Radeon HD 7990 6GB GDDR5 graphic card has 806 billion transistors, 4096 stream processor, 8.2 Tflops of computing power, 48 lanes of PCI Express 3.0 for 96GB of interGPU bandwidth and can power up to 5 simultaneous monitors with AMD EyeFinity Technology. Read on to see how this mighty dual-GPU video card that retails for $999 and comes with eight game titles does when we put it to the test!
Last week Sapphire Technology became the first company to offer a Radeon HD 7790 series of graphics cards with 2GB of GDDR5 memory. We take Sapphire’s overclocked Radeon HD 7790 video cards with 1GB and 2GB of memory to see how they perform in games and which one is the best bang for the buck. Read on to see how these mainstream cards do when put to the test!
NVIDIA went back to the drawing board with the GeForce GTX 650 Ti video card that was released in October 2012 and gave it a more horsepower! NVIDIA took the GeForce GTX 650 Ti’s GK106 ‘Kepler’ GPU and tweaked it a bit to get even more performance from it, while keeping the price point the same. The changes include GPU boost, 768 CUDA cores, 1GB or 2GB of memory running on a 192-bit interface and 2-way SLI multi-GPU support! Read on to see how the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost performs!