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EVGA Signature 04G-P4-2692-KR GeForce GTX 690 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card

  • 3072 CUDA Cores
  • 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16
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The EVGA GeForce GTX 690 is NVIDIA's fastest graphics card... ever. It combines the groundbreaking new GeForce architecture with raw dual-GPU power to provide truly game-changing performance. Get superior gaming innovation that is meticulously designed - inside and out - for the fastest, smoothest, richest gaming experience.

  • 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 from 3DVisionLive.com in eye popping, crystal-clear quality.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
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  • JJ H.
  • 12/8/2012 1:46:26 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsImpressive!

Pros: Superb in every way, as it should be for the price of it! If you have the system to push this bad boy, and have the cash to purchase the card, you will not be disappointed!

Cons: None

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  • Alin A.
  • 12/3/2012 10:22:50 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsnice

Pros: it works nicely.

Cons: hard to get your fingers to grab a micro sd card

Other Thoughts: could use a faceplate and a 3.25 to a 5.5in bay adapters, if your placing it in a 5.5in bay

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  • Joseph B.
  • 12/2/2012 7:12:07 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest card I've ever used

Pros: When I opened the box, two surface-mount resistors fell out into my hand. After inspection of the card and the resistors, it appears they fell into the package and did not belong to that specific card. Card runs fine. I can play Crysis 2 on ultra at 60 fps. Temperatures are really low too. GPU 1 is running at 32 C idle and GPU 2 at 30 C. Haven't seen the overclock stuff in action yet. Good software too. Relatively quiet fans. The mouse pad that came with the card is really great. Definitely a keeper

Cons: T-shirt that came with the card is huge. Card is long and weights A LOT.

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  • Anonymous
  • 11/6/2012 2:23:51 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEVGA GTX 690 Signature

Pros: This is an excellent videocard.
A pair of GTX 680's are slightly faster, but then you have the hassle of using SLi and the top card always running hotter than the lower card. Not enough to worry about if correctly mounted in the 1st and 3rd slots, but the top card will always run hotter.

Cons: Price. The voltage limiter mandated by Nvidia on all new Nvidia based cards is just plain stupid. We have no choice about this limitation. It's forced on us.
Just like my pair of GTX 590's, I'll never be able to unlock the full power that any of these cards have because of voltage limiting. Overclocking is swiftly becoming a dead art because of this.
EVGA's lack of using a backplate on this card is ludicrous. Such high priced cards deserve the extra protection of a backplate so you won't accidentally short circuit it. Because of this, this may be my last EVGA card, unless they install backplates as a necessary and stock feature.

Other Thoughts: I run this card as well as a pair of EVGA GTX 680's in two different computers. They each run perfectly.
I wanted the non-Signature version since I didn't want or need a T-shirt I never wear, the useless mouse pad and ridiculous poster that you must pay extra for when you buy the Signature card. The regular card was sold out so I bought what I could and still consider myself lucky I managed to buy one when I did.

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  • Valentin C.
  • 10/27/2012 7:49:52 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOne Sweet Card

Pros: 2 x 680's!
Awesomely crafted/designed
Powerful
Quiet underfull load

Cons: Gets warm

Other Thoughts: Without proper supply of cool air, temps will rise and fan gets loud. I added a duct near the fan for direct supply of cool air. Without it, the 690 would recycle it's own hot exhaust and make the fan run at higher speeds and would get loud. Its quiet now but still averages the same temps as my 680 around 80C at full load. No problems, great card, buy it!


SilverStone SG08
Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe
Intel Core i7 3770K
EVGA GTX690 Signature
Corsair H60
Corsair Dominator 16G DDR3
Corsair Neutrino 120G SSD
SMI Platinum 700W PSU

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  • daniel g.
  • 10/6/2012 3:58:31 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEVGA Sig card

Pros: what can i say,stutter free,great graphics

Cons: well buy the one for 999,ya get a 50 dollar tshirt with sig one thats the dif.

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  • Greg S.
  • 9/28/2012 12:46:09 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsIs this Card Right For You?

Pros: I've owned this card for about ~5 months; here are my observations:
-near GTX680 SLI performance in one
-beautiful card (looks even better in person!)
-sips power (using a multimeter under load w/prime95 & Unigine running same time never reached above 550w on my system)
-Water cooled vapor chamber technology works great-under load I never saw it go over 78c using Hwmonitor
-Not overly huge and only takes up two slots
-solid NVIDIA drivers-have had no issues since owning this card (BF3/Skyrim/CoD Black Ops(old but I still like it better than MW3)/Batman Arkum Asly, Alice among the games I regularly play)

Cons: -Signature edition is a rip-off, minus 1-egg for value - go with the regular EVGA 690 edition
-to piggy back on the "value" aspect, you could probably find 2x 680gtx for cheaper than this, SLI them and get better performance (by ~6% only). If you have the space, cooling and at least 750W, go for the SLI option, however if you do not have an SLI capable mobo, the power or would like to easily accomplish quad SLI in the future, the GTX690 is an EXCELLENT option if you have the $$. 2 of these instantly gives you darn near 680GTX quad performance w/just an SLI capable mobo. I ended up selling my 690 and sprung for 2 used 680gtx with money to spare. I don't plan on going quad and I wanted a fast SLI setup w/in reason ($$-wise). Carefully consider your upgrade path before choosing which option works best for you/your needs. I tested both options on my system (690 & 680 SLI), and below are my results - hope it helps:

-GTX690 3DMark11 = p14792 /x5945

-GTX680 x2 SLI 3DMark11 = p1

Other Thoughts: I purchased this in the spring when they first came out and there was a huge shortage of GTX690s. It was luck of the draw which one was in stock at any given time on newegg, I got lucky and got one, but it was the signature edition for $50 more. The extra $50 only gets you a black box w/everything inside, an oversized boring black mouse pad and an oversized black plain t-shirt with the words "evga gtx 690" in uninspired font, other than that, the card and everything else is the exact same (poster, case badge...very nice btw and some firey sticker). Overall, signature edition is totally not worth the extra $50. It would have been a kind gesture if EVGA provided a backplate on the signature edition to at least somewhat differentiate it from the standard GTX690 edition. Anyhow, paying this much for a card should've included a backplate regardless...just sayin'.

Here are my specs:

CPU: Intel i7 2600k @ 4.5GHz (bclk:103/mult:44/vcore1.4v)
Mobo: ASUS Sabertooth Z77
GPU: was GTX 6

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  • Slade K.
  • 9/27/2012 12:56:16 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsYEAHHHHH

Pros: - Fast
- Obviously maxes out everything
- Run cool (especially with adaptive vsync on)
- looks very nice
- no problems with it. very sturdy
- EVGA quality
- it can do gtx 680 sli performance, i have had it running the same clock speeds as two 680's

Cons: - card is obviously pretty big
- the price tag is overwhelming
- if you have the money, and you need the performance. get it!

Other Thoughts: love it. but again the price tag is a lot. however, you get what you pay for from EVGA.

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  • Greg S.
  • 9/27/2012 8:08:32 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsIs this card right for you?

Pros: I've owned this card for about ~5 months; here are my observations:
-near GTX680 SLI performance in one
-beautiful card (looks even better in person!)
-sips power (using a multimeter under load w/prime95 & Unigine running same time never reached above 550w on my system)
-Water cooled vapor chamber technology works great-under load I never saw it go over 78c using Hwmonitor
-Not overly huge and only takes up only two slots
-solid NVIDIA drivers-have had no issues since owning this card (BF3/Skyrim/CoD Black Ops(old but I still like it better than MW3)/Batman Arkum Asly, Alice among the games I regularly play)

Cons: -Signature edition is a rip-off, minus 1-egg for value - go with the regular EVGA 690 edition
-to piggy back on the "value" aspect, you could probably find 2x 680gtx for cheaper than this, SLI them and get better performance (by ~6% only). If you have the space, cooling and at least 750W, go for the SLI option, however if you do not have an SLI capable mobo, the power or would like to easily accomplish quad SLI in the future, the GTX690 is an EXCELLENT option if you have the $$. 2 of these instantly gives you darn near 680GTX quad performance w/just an SLI capable mobo. I ended up selling my 690 and sprung for 2 used 680gtx with money to spare. I don't plan on going quad and I wanted a fast SLI setup w/in reason ($$-wise). Carefully consider your upgrade path before choosing which option works best for you/your needs. I tested both options on my system (690 & 680 SLI), and below are my results - hope it helps:

-GTX690 3DMark11 = p14792 /x5945

-GTX680 x2 SLI 3DMark11 = p1

Other Thoughts: I purchased this in the spring when they first came out and there was a huge shortage of GTX690s. It was luck of the draw which one was in stock at any given time on newegg, I got lucky and got one, but it was the signature edition for $50 more. The extra $50 only gets you a black box w/everything inside, an oversized boring black mouse pad and an oversized black plain t-shirt with the words "evga gtx 690" in uninspired font, other than that, the card and everything else is the exact same (poster, case badge...very nice btw and some firey sticker). Overall, signature edition is totally not worth the extra $50. It would have been a kind gesture if EVGA provided a backplate on the signature edition to at least somewhat differentiate it from the standard GTX690 edition. Anyhow, paying this much for a card should've included a backplate regardless...just sayin'.

Here are my specs:

CPU: Intel i7 2600k @ 4.5GHz (bclk:103/mult:44/vcore1.4v)
Mobo: ASUS Sabertooth Z77
GPU: was GTX 6

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  • Jesse S.
  • 9/21/2012 1:57:31 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPower of 2x680 in SLI, in a much smaller, cooler package!

Pros: I'm not going to try and touch base on anything everyone knows already, but more of the things that aren't really said.

+Future proofing, while saving money in the long haul.

*What I mean by this is I was able to spend roughly the same amound of money as two 680's, but now if I ever need more performance, I can just snag another one in the future when the price has dropped (Used) and I don't have to both about selling my GPU's to upgrade. I plan on holding onto this card for a year at LEAST before I pick up another. Even them I'll have those two for another 2 or 3 years before they've aged too much.


+No compromise!

*Unlike in the past when I get a dual GPU card, where you get less performance than 2x of the single GPU's in the same series, this thing is RIGHT THERE with two 680's. This GPU IS GTX 680's on the same PCB. Just clocked down about 100MHz. (Easily combated by Overclocking a little bit).


+Pure Craftsmanship.

*ALL Metal, AND powerful? It's too beautiful..

Cons: The only Cons this monster can be accused of are ones that aren't even it's fault.

-2GB per GPU (4GB total) instead of 4GB per GPU (8GB total.)
(more of a personal gripe)

* I'm using 3x1080p monitors, and this can be really it's only achilles heel. The card can cap out at 2GB in games like Skyrim that have massive amounts of texture mods, or games that like to use any form of MSAA. I personally wish it has 6GB, or 8GB total so that I could be more comfortable in the long haul. But that's ok, because I plan on going to a single 1440P IPS montior soon, and this will no longer be an issue for me.

-The usual: Won't make me breakfast, doesn't kiss me back, and illegal to marry in 49 states.

Other Thoughts: PLEASE keep in mind I've been researching this card for about 2 months now, so I know quite a bit regardless of owning the card for only 3 days.

Anything TRULY noting will come with time, and I WILL update my review once I encounter more things.

Other things to note:

Drivers don't like Borderlands 2 @ 6050x1080, although the game has only been out for 3 days, so this is to be expected. I'm sure a driver update will fix this.

System specs:

CPU: Intel i7 3960x @ 4.5GHz
Mobo: ASRock x79 Extreme 4
GPU: GTX 690 (durr)
RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) G.Skill Ares 1600MHz
SSD: Mushkin Callisto 60GB (x2) Raid 0 for OS & games.
Storage: WD Caviar Green 2TB
PSU: Antec 1200w TPQ
Case: NZXT Phantom PHAN-001BK (Black)
Monitor(s): (x3) Asus VS238 23" 1080p

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