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EVGA 04G-P4-2673-KR GeForce GTX 670 Superclocked+ w/Backplate 4GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card

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  • 1344 CUDA Cores
  • 4GB 256-bit GDDR5
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16

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Get to the next level with the EVGA GeForce GTX 670. This card delivers truly game-changing performance that taps into the powerful new GeForce architecture to redefine smooth, seamless, lifelike gaming. It offers some newest features to redefine the way you think about performance graphics cards. Expect more from your graphics card than just state-of-the-art features and technology; get a faster, smoother and richer gaming experience with the EVGA GeForce GTX 670.

  • newegg Kepler GPU Architecture NVIDIA's Kepler GPU architecture has been designed from the ground up not just for maximum performance in the latest DirectX 11 games, but optimal performance per watt. The new SMX streaming multiprocessor is twice as efficient as the prior generation and the new geometry engine draws triangles twice as fast. The result is world class performance and the highest image quality in an elegant and power efficient graphics card.
  • newegg NVIDIA GPU Boost Up until now, GPUs have operated at a fixed clock speed when playing 3D games, even if they have the potential to run faster. GPU Boost intelligently monitors graphics work load and increases the clock speed whenever possible. The result is that the GPU always performs at its peak and you get the highest framerate possible.
  • newegg NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync Nothing is more distracting than framerate stuttering and screen tearing. The first tends to occur when framerates are low, the second when framerates are high. Adaptive V-Sync is a smarter way to render frames. At high framerates, V-sync is enabled to eliminate tearing, at low frame rates, it's disabled to minimize stuttering. It gets rid of distractions so you can get on with gaming.
  • newegg NVIDIA Surround with Up To Four Monitors Nothing is as breathtaking as playing your favorite games across three monitors. At 5760 x 1080, the expanded field of view fully engages human peripheral vision and provides for the most immersive experience in racing and flight simulators. Add in a fourth display to keep tabs on chat, email or web while you are gaming.
  • newegg Two New Anti-aliasing Modes: FXAA and TXAA Anti-aliasing smoothes out jagged edges but can be demanding on framerates. FXAA is a new antialiasing technology that produces beautiful smooth lines with minimal performance impact. And with Kepler based GPUs, you'll be able to enable FXAA in hundreds of game titles through the NVIDIA Control Panel. The second mode, TXAA, is an in-game option that combines MSAA, temporal filtering, and post processing for even higher visual fidelity.
  • newegg NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready NVIDIA 3D Vision brings a fully immersive, stereoscopic 3D experience to the PC. A combination of high-tech wireless glasses and advanced software, 3D Vision transforms hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D. Get up to 2x monitor and keyboard brightness with NVIDIA 3D LightBoost technology. In addition, you can enjoy 3D movies and 3D digital photographs in eye popping, crystal-clear quality.

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  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Ryan P.
  • 5/1/2014 11:13:09 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs2x SLi for 1.5 years

Pros: ☻Quiet operation (the fans pick up pretty good but I have an audio system + good headphones to easily drown it out).
☻Runs below 80C (top card) under heavy load for many hours w/ no O.C. to this day (haven't needed OC yet).
☻Not a single BSOD or any flaw of any kind.
☻No stuttering like some have complained about.
☻Handles all of the NVIDIA features and new technologies very well to this day.
☻Plenty of VRAM for 1600p (what I built it for) and mods galore. I've got my 60" LED hooked up to it too.
☻Set SLi up and forgot about it. Checked later and everything is still set up and running as it should be. No issues.

Cons: ☻256 bit
☻Cost but it has only come down $40 in 1.5 years, so I don't feel all bad.

Other Thoughts: I bought 2 of these cards over 1.5 years ago and this is merely an update. I built my computer around 1600p to handle everything I throw at it on ULTRA at reasonable fps and these cards do a great job running my Dell U3011. Crysis 3 ran around 45fps with dips as low as 22fps (very low but still playable). BF3 ran an average 80fps with dips as low as 55fps. Loved that game. Glitchfield 4 (I deleted that garbage and swore off DICE/EA forever) got slightly less fps but not much less. Hell, almost couldn't stay in a game long enough to really test it.

I am loving how this setup runs and being able to compete very well in fps games at ULTRA 1600p is just a blast! I can see people behind a bush miles away better than I could in lower resolutions. Sometimes, it's a bit too much for my eyes to decipher in CQ situations but I have gotten used to it and did pretty well.

As I plan on moving to 4k sometime later this year, I decided to pop in here an give this great card another lookover for anyone somehow interested in buying good but not new and know that longevity is a non-issue with these cards. EVGA has NEVER let me down in well over a decade of service.

Current Setup:
i7 3770K no O.C. (got a nice 2x 240mm fan cooler on it)
1050w Corsair PSU (I've got a 7 year old 750 Corsair PSU still rocking beautifully to this day)
ASRock z77 (eth port died)
2x EVGA 670's 4gb
SoundBlaster Z (great headphone amp/DAC)
CM Storm Stryker case
SSD/HDD combo
16gb Corsair XMS3 1600
Dell U3011 2560 x 1600 (beautiful display)

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  • Brett S.
  • 8/1/2013 11:31:16 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat card; mostly

Pros: Very fast, stable card. Using VirtuMVP along with an Intel i7 3770 allows a beast of a card for gaming but shuts it down and reverts to Intel graphics when I don't need that much power. Using it to convert DVDs to MKVs is lightning fast.

Cons: The card doesn't come with an UEFI BIOS by default. If you are using it with a UEFI motherboard and want to run Windows 8 in secure mode you need to contact eVGA for a BIOS upgrade. The upgrade works to allow secure boot but it has some issues. The main one is that it doesn't spin up the fan as much as it should when under heavy load leading to crashes. It's an easy fix to use EVGA PrecisionX and manually set the Fan %, but forgetting to do so ends your game pretty quickly if your room temperature is even remotely warm.

Other Thoughts: Excellent card for Windows 7 and Windows 8, provided you don't wish to use secure boot or take advantage of a full UEFI Motherboard BIOS. I knocked off an egg simply because the UEFI BIOS has fan control issues. That is more nVidia's fault than eVGA's considering eVGA is about as close to reference as you can get.

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  • Jeffrey D.
  • 7/20/2013 8:53:24 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest card I've ever owned!

Pros: It can handle anything I throw at it with AA as well. Always stays quite cool. Triple Monitor setup is no prob, Great purchase!

Cons: None.

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  • Joey C.
  • 7/12/2013 1:51:23 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSmoking Card

Pros: Supports 4 monitors

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: Nvidia's 3d is awesome w 3 monitors!!!!

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  • David G.
  • 6/5/2013 7:45:09 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGot two

Pros: I don't play many shooters, but I've played some of the newer games - Assassins Creed, BioShock Infinite, Deus Ex. I'm playing at 2560x1440 and I've never noticed a framerate drop. I don't think I should! Playing at that resolution is definitely a step up visually from what I had before, and the level of detail in these new games is just absurd.

Cons: $400+. Price has to be the only con here.

Other Thoughts: It's just about top-of-the-line right now, and you get what you pay for. I wouldn't go for the 4GB (this one) unless I was thinking of upgrading to two for SLI which I have.

When you SLI video cards (or Crossfire) the video RAM is duplicated in each card. That means they're "sharing" the RAM from the lowest card in the SLI. 4GB is just way more than is necessary for a single card configuration.

On another note, PCI Express 3.0 was a bandwidth upgrade. Practically no cards are bottle necked by the 2.0 slot bandwidth anyway. I think the goal there is SLI with no bridge. This should operate great in a 2.0 slot to the best of my knowledge.

@NEILTHECELLIST: I have important information for you! Please search the interaction between stutter and power management/core parking! Drivers released after 310.70 (NVidia) introduced imperfect power saving measures. You may benefit enormously from rolling back to drivers that do not use these power saving methods. I'm telling you this card is amazing, and this explanation fits with your claim that it's for all 600-series. I hope you get it figured out.

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  • Russell Z.
  • 5/20/2013 5:39:21 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsEntire gtx 600 series is a scam

Pros: FRAMERATE - is MOSTLY 60 fps in most NEW games.
POWER CONSUMPTION - Ok, to be fair, even though I hate this card overall, I have to admit that my power consumption with the GTX 670 is substantially lower than my old GTX 580, or even the GTX 480. This is in large part due to the new "Kepler" architecture found on the GTX 600 series cards, which is more power efficient.

Cons: STUTTERING - I wish I was kidding. I wish I was exaggerating. I wish I could say "I just had a defective card, and a replacement fixed all my problems!" But no, I'm not kidding. This is no exaggeration. The card, and product line as a whole, is bad... I have never seen stuttering so bad in a GeForce product line, not even with the GTX 480 (that card just had heat issues). And it's not because of driver or NVCP settings, I played with both, driver upgrade and downgrades, I even did a clean Windows reformat to rule that out. The game stutters in these four games: Mass Effect 3, GTA IV, World of Warcraft, Diablo 3. 60 FPS, then drops to 10-25 FPS, then goes back to 60 FPS. Horrible. Don't believe me? Google it. This isn't just one or two users having this problem, the ENTIRE GTX 600 series is plagued with stuttering issues. Some games don't have it (i.e. BF3) but for a lot of older games it will. Don't believe me? Google it.

NO "REAL" CUDA - Oh sure, there are over 1000 CUDA cores on this card. Can you use them? NOPE! In Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere, CUDA shows up as "available" but when you go to render the video file, you end up sitting 200% or even up to 300% longer than if you render the same video file with a GTX 480, or 580. I'm serious. Don't believe me? Google it.

Other Thoughts: I'm not kidding about anything in my review, if you don't believe anything I have to say, a quick google search "GTX 670 stuttering GTA IV" or just "GTX 670 stuttering" will net you COUNTLESS forum results of consumers who saw past the marketing hype and realized how terrible the GTX 670 is. This card clearly did not go through enough testing at NVIDIA before it passed into the hands of manufacturers like EVGA, Gigabyte, ASUS, etc.

To be fair, the GTX 670 is decent (notice I didn't say "great") at games performance. Sure, for games like Crysis 3 you'll see playable framerates at ultra details (not so playable once you enable anti-aliasing), but as a PERFORMANCE card, the 670, and to be fair, the entire GTX 600 series cards fails. Why? Because Kepler architecture sucks. Did I really just say that? YES. Because as a consumer who renders his videos and understands how 1080p video rendering works, I always took CUDA enabled rendering for granted. With the GTX 600 series cards, CUDA is technically still "there", but isn't available anymore for Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere because of the new architecture altogether. This is FALSE ADVERTISING and shows that NVIDIA was too scared to communicate thoroughly with Adobe/Sony and probably other video rendering companies so that these companies could understand and compile new software parameters that take advantage of the new CUDA. It's either that, or NVIDIA really did screw up CUDA for the 600 series cards.

Why do I say that? Well, considering how long the 600 series cards have been out now (March 2012 according to Wikipedia), NVIDIA has had over a YEAR to correct some if not ALL of these glaring issues through driver updates or just a simple news posting on their website acknolweding these problems in the first place. NVIDIA has done neither. This tells me that NVIDIA is pulling the same false-marketing strategy that they've done with the 9800's back in the day-- Don't admit blame, keep selling the cards, upset customers, and just let the customer dissatisfaction simmer until the next card series gets released (which at the time after the 9800's was the GeForce 200 series).

All in all, the entire GTX 600 series product line is a scam. Yes, you are getting increased framerates over the GTX 500 series, but the loss of CUDA enabled rendering and the stuttering issues in so many games and the amount of time (over a YEAR now as I write this review) that NVIDIA has had as an opportunity to fix these glaring issues, doesn't justify buying this video card.

As a now-educated consumer, you have been warned. If you still buy this card, make sure you test ALL YOUR GAMES, not just 1-10 new games. There are those days when you want to revisit an old game in your library, and if you find that that game stutters a lot, and realize that NO driver upgrade or even downgrade will fix that stuttering, you can expect yourself to say, "Darn, neilthecellist told me so on his Newegg review, and I bought the card anywa

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  • Scott B.
  • 5/19/2013 7:22:12 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsNice, vurry nice

Pros: Nice looking, fast, plays Metro Last Light maxed out with 0 stutter or frame drop. Very beefy and awesome EVGA case badge in the box.

Cons: If you have a small case, you may want to double check your clearances cuz this card has the 2 pci video card power connectors on the side of the card as opposed to the back. Not really a con, though.

Other Thoughts: For anyone checking compatibility, here is my system:
ASRock X79 Extreme6 LGA 2011 mobo
Zalman 9900MAX cooler
EVGA Geforce GTX 670 4Gb
Intel i7 3820 @4.4Ghz
Asus Xonar D1 sound card
Rosewill Thor V2 case
Corsair HX750 PSU
GSkill Trident 16Gb (2x8) 2400Mhz kit
Mushkin Chronos Enhanced 120Gb SSD

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  • Walter G.
  • 5/13/2013 6:43:26 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWell Worth The Price

Pros: This card is incredible. It does everything it's been asked to do. From gaming to model rendering for work, this thing does it all. With 4Gb of RAM, this card doesn't need anything else.

Cons: The size can be a factor. If you buy it, make sure your case will have sufficient space for it.

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  • Sabina P.
  • 5/12/2013 12:01:36 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsQuite Satisfied

Pros: Excellent card. Purchased early on at a higher price. I play with a triple monitor setup, 3x dell 24in monitors at a bezel corrected 6060x1200 resolution. I play farcry3, mmo's, shooters, ect. Skyrim max settings at that resolution is still 60 fps and up.

Cons: none. Love this card. Need another.

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  • Micahel E.
  • 5/11/2013 10:22:36 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood.

Pros: Fast. Comes with some fancy stickers.

Cons: Hot at default fan speeds. 80C+ because it simply doesn't want to increase the fan speed and make noise.
Idling at 67C is just silly.

Other Thoughts: Install EVGA Precision X and setup a fan curve to fix this. It gets a little noisy but whatever. Upping it from 30% speed to 55% has negligible amounts of extra noise and drops the temps to high 30s/low 40s when idle.

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