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EVGA SuperClocked 03G-P4-2783-KR GeForce GTX 780 3GB 384-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 SLI Support Video Card

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  • 3GB 384-bit GDDR5
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The EVGA GeForce GTX 780 combines extraordinary power, advanced control features, and game-changing thermal and acoustic capability to provide an entirely new class of graphics performance. Powerful NVIDIA Kepler GPU GTX 780 of 2304 cores and 3GB of GDDR5 graphics memory all work side by side to deliver awesome gaming performance. NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology pushes PC performance to new levels with precise controls. Enable massive firepower with NVIDIA SLI technology, and play games more quietly with the whisper-quiet cooler.

  • 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 also for 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, power-efficient graphics card.
  • newegg NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 This brand-new technology allows gamers to push PC performance to the maximum with precise controls. GPU Boost 2.0 intelligently monitors work with advanced controls like GPU temperature target, overclocking, and overvoltage to ensure the GPU works at the ultimate performance.
  • 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 SLI Technology Used by the most demanding gamers worldwide, SLI lets you link up to three GeForce GTX 780 units together for astounding performance. And with NVIDIA’s track record for fast and frequent software updates, you’ll not only get the best performance in existing games, but in future games too.
  • 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 your 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 TXAA AntiAliasing Antialiasing helps to smooth out jagged lines in games. Existing techniques like MSAA are effective at removing jagged lines in still images, but struggle with crawling and shimmering artifacts when the player is in motion. TXAA is a new antialiasing mode that combines MSAA, temporal filtering, and post processing for the highest-edge quality and minimal shimmering during gameplay.

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  • Michael D.
  • 4/2/2014 7:47:31 AM
  • Tech Level: Low
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsGTX780 network card

Pros: Looked so good in my case that I bought a second one. Now I can finally fly with all three monitors using Flight Simulator. Looking forward to putting some water blocks on them, they'll look really good bathed in liquid cooling. Of course now I want to actually use all those cores for something ...Bitcoin mining ...Perhaps I'll run them against a target and finally actually use one of my Backtrack password attacks, and/or some distributed computing ...folding@home ...DistrRTgen or some other BOINC project ...something

Cons: I don't really need them (my GTX780's). My Tech Knowledge is actually lower than "Low", but Newegg doesn't provide a drop-down selection that more accurately represents my lack of TK.

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  • Tyler P.
  • 3/17/2014 8:20:53 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsChose this over the 780ti

Pros: This card, although large, is a beast. I mean that in the utmost sincerity. This card is a powerful piece of equipment that can run anything you throw at it. If you are only looking to game on a single monitor, with 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution, this card is the best choice. The GTX 780ti is not worth the extra money IF you are single monitor gaming. This card will stand up to many years to come before needing an SLI bridge, as well. A worthy investment to make if you are looking to enjoy ultra high settings on any game on a single monitor. Great FPS, great card. Have fun!

Cons: No cons. The price is a large sum of cash, however, this card will last a very long time before having to invest in another for an SLI set-up. Looking at it as a long-term investment, this card is great.

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  • Wayne S.
  • 3/7/2014 4:17:46 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing Card!

Pros: -Great quality, Evga really put time and thought into the case/heatsink of this thing. It's a little on the heavy side but the case is mostly metal, no cheap plastic which is awesome.
-I did some out of the box testing with BF4 everything on ultra/high, 4x MSAA and HBAO @ 1080p and it never dipped under 55fps. The average was 65 and sometimes as high as 80fps. Just to give you a ball park on what to expect.
-The card is dead silent!
-It's awesome to look at! You can modify the GTX GeForce LED on the card to flash with usage, heat etc... Pretty cool.
-Very good price for what you get

Cons: -a little heavy but if you're getting a card like this then you have a beefy mobo anyways so nothing to worry about.
-It ran a little hot with the fan speed on auto keeping the fans at 50%. It was bouncing 75-80 during my bf4 test with the settings stated above. My cpu sits on water so cpu heat isn't effecting my case temp much. Just create a profile and put the fan on manual and push it from 50% to 60% and it will go down to 69 Celsius. It's still super quiet, there's virtually no difference.

Other Thoughts: -Great buy, if you're torn between the 770 4Gb version and this I would definitely recommend this. I had the 770 with twin ACX fans and wasn't impressed by the plastic casing, my honest opinion. This will handle all current gen games on full blast. Not to knock the 770 but you'll end up having to SLI to make up the 800 cuda cores you're lacking and you'll need for the next gen games. This will still hang and eventually SLI this and you're good, makes more sense price wise. Obviously depends on what you play, I push everything to the max!

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  • Caleb T.
  • 3/2/2014 12:23:06 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Card, Better Customer Service

Pros: This is a great card! I'm slightly into overclocking and you can still do slight overclocking with this. I used to own a 660ti but I noticed I never really overclocked as much as I usually do so I decided not to get the ti version. If you're looking for a powerful card with slight overclocking than you don't need to look any further.

Cons: I did run into a snag on the 38th day of owning it. The card just didn't function. It booted to windows on safe mode but that's it. I took the card out and put my old 660ti in there and everything was working great again.

Other Thoughts: So I called EVGA customer support, and they did everything to help. Even though it was after the month that I purchased it, they did a full exchange at no expense at my end. Most helpful. Main reason on why I gave it five eggs.

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  • Arifin G.
  • 2/24/2014 7:42:19 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorth every penny

Pros: Upgraded to two of these from two MSI GTX 660Tis. Definite improvement in multi-monitor configurations.

Increased my frame rates on Crysis 3 maxed using FXAA from 10FPS to 40FPS.

GPU Boost 2.0 kicks up the clockrate quite well, and the cards stay quiet. Haven't experienced much frame stuttering with these cards in SLI.

A Corsair AX 860i is powerful enough to power two of these, an FX-8350 at stock, a 100W fan controller, and a high-end board, so if you have at least an 800W PSU you should be fine.

The LEDs are a nice touch.

Cons: These run hotter than most cards but with reference coolers, it's to be expected.

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  • Cory L.
  • 2/23/2014 1:19:59 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSolid Card

Pros: First know that I am VERY happy with my purchase. I'll happily purchase another one once the price comes down a bit.

That being said, here's the meat of what you're looking for.

Metro Last Light - 1080p Everything maxed out save for SSAA (which can run up to 4x but at 40-60 FPS), which I run at 2x (can't see a difference between the two options visually) and I'm getting 80-110 FPS.

BF3 - 1080p Ultra settings - 60-100 FPS

Witcher 2 - 1080p Ultra settings (Uber Mapping ON gives very low frame rate - unplayabe, perhaps 30-40 - but also has a huge delay on the mouse movements). With it off, its beautiful still and runs well (didn't have FPS counter on for this game, I appologize)

A huge selling point for me was that this card exhasted the heat out of the back of the case, rather than in it. Also note that the heat sink fins that you can see on the card aren't actually open, it's a window (I didn't know this).

I also appologize for not being able to give insight on ShadowPlay or GSYNC, as I don't have an interest in ShadowPlay and lack a monitor that supports GSYNC.

Cons: The few I can think of are really just nit picking.

Card size - Note that this is a huge step up from my old card, a 560ti. It was also LONGER than the 560ti. Seriously measure your case on this one guys, it cut pretty close in my Lian Li PC-A16 and made it troublesome for cable management, but I made it work.

Auto fan control - I really wish they'd come up with an "aggressive" fan control button where it would scale more aggressively with the heat so I wouldn't have to use the manual control even when idle (thats just wishful thinking). I mention this because it idles at 30C, which is fine, but when the card is getting pushed, I've had it peek out at 79C (not fine). I've put fan control at a manual speed of 60% (roughly 2550 RPM if your curious) and I can't hear it. While gaming at that fan speed it peeks at about 64C.

All that being said, none of it was even close to being worth knocking off an egg for, so I'm still going to give it 5.

Other Thoughts: I researched this card almong others for several weeks before finally picking this one (the others being 780ti, 290x, 290, and the 770).

I avoided the AMD cards due to their heat issues and didn't want to wait for the better coolers to be released, nor did I wish to toy with the after markets coolers (if there are any, it was out of the question for me, so I didn't look). I also noted the benchmarks and performance comparisions between them all and found the price difference to be close enough to give Nvidia the upper hand. Also noting that I did dig up some information on Gsync and Mantle.

With all of that considered I finally ended up picking Nvidia over AMD, and the 780 because the 780ti just didn't give enough of a performance gain to justify the price difference at the time.

The gains of having Mantle is more obvious with lower/mid range cards. Higher end cards give very little difference in performance from what I found. So Gsync won that fight.

I also picked the 780 over the 770 because the price difference at the time was minimal at the time and with notable gain in performance over the 770.

This has been the single most expensive part I've ever purchased for my PC, so I felt it right to write this review to help you in your choice. I hope my review was informative and helpful enough to help make your choice more clear.

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  • Kevin W.
  • 2/14/2014 7:06:27 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWhoa, what can I say?

Pros: Extremely fast single GPU solution. I had an MSi Twin Frozr III GTX 660 Ti OC before this, and it had trouble handling Battlefield 4 at medium setting. I chose the GTX 780 over the R9 290X from AMD and I am glad I did. This thing runs cooler, quieter and faster than AMD's flagship card. It destroys anything I throw at it, including Battlefield 4, and it's so quiet! I know NVIDIA said that they would never make a loud GPU ever again, but I never imagined it would be this silent! I highly recommend this over any of AMD's cards

Cons: Absolutely Zero

Other Thoughts: The illuminated logo on the side of the cards add some great looks to the inside of my case

It is slightly expensive so this card is not for budget builds

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  • Derek R.
  • 2/12/2014 12:28:47 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsRuns every game I have on ultra, no sweat

Pros: Runs great. Factory Superclocked. Runs everything I throw at it no problem. I run it through a LG 60" 600hz plasma TV. There are no artifacts at all. The most graphically demanding game I have is either Batman Arkham Origins (one of three free games I got with it, the other 2 don't run because UPlay/Ubisoft suck at making well running pc games. SCBL and AC4BF are the 2 games.) and Skyrim with 80 mods including high res, realistic lighting, extra npcs, realistic water/sounds/skins/animals and a myriad of others. It runs everything flawlessly. It was well worth the money.

Cons: None at all

Other Thoughts: If you have the money, this GPU runs great and we'll worth the money BUT if you can afford it go for the 780 ti. I had the money but couldn't bring myself to spend 700 - 1000 $ on a titan or 780 ti which I kinda (unresonably) regret.

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  • Shawn G.
  • 2/9/2014 7:20:43 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFast and Quiet

Pros: The cards aesthetics are beautiful. Very quiet idle/load. The green geforce gtx logo is nice too. No coil whine here.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I came from from 2x GTX 580's in SLI. I ran some benchmarks between this single card and my two gtx 580's.

2x GTX 580's
Heaven: 1248 (maxed out settings)
3DMark11: X4094

1x GTX 780
Heaven: 1280 (maxed out settings)
3DMark11: X4854

My previous 580's were very loud but this 780 is so quiet. Even on extreme load, the fan stayed at the same speed. I was going to get the 770 but since that had the old gpu technology I decided to go for the 780. I think it's worth the extra bucks. Also when I was doing these benchmarks side by side on separate computers, you could really tell the difference between the graphics and colors on the 780 were much better.

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  • Eric R.
  • 1/22/2014 10:22:48 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent

Pros: -- single card solutions generally bring less issues. This card has enough power to run just about anything maxed out on single-monitor gaming
-- sturdily built with a strong PCB (no sag in the socket)
-- looks nice and clean (mine has a green backplate that makes it look even better)
-- have not experienced any coil whine (benches or games)
-- comes with all the little goodies that people like to have when they spend $500 (covers for unused ports, case badge, stickers, etc.)
-- overclocks like a champ
-- quiet up to 60% fan profile
-- reference cooler is excellent
-- reference PCB = greater selection of water blocks

Cons: None. I see a few dings stating "expensive if you are trying to build a budget gamer...". You don't buy cards like this for budget gaming. You get what you pay for, and this card is expensive, though priced comparatively with the other GTX 780 offerings.

Other Thoughts: This card is a replacement for the Galaxy HOF GTX 780 that was in my primary gamer. The Galaxy was a great card (didn't have the throttling issue that some folks reported) and looked fantastic, but it had two fatal flaws for me. You couldn't overclock it unless you ran the turbo button (100% fan speed), and it was such a beastly card...that it sagged horribly in the PCI-E socket. So it got moved to my backup machine with no window. The EVGA SC, on the other hand, has none of those issues whatsoever. Just straight forward OCing at whatever fan speeds you want. Stock core on the SC is 941 MHZ -- I have mine matching the 1006 of the HOF, with the fan on auto -- runs quiet and great. Haven't had a need to push the card any further.

While the card is straight as an arrow in the socket, I went ahead and picked up the optional backplate, painted it green to match the build + for a little PCB cooling. Both of these 780's run a really hot PCB while gaming, and with thermal breakdown being the number one killer of PC components, a little extra cooling capability is always a good thing. To give an idea of fit, I currently have the SC in a Corsair Air 540, and I test fitted it in a Cooler Master N200 -- both fit without issue.

I've had poor results in the past with EVGA mobos/VGA (old 750 sli, 790 sli, GTX 285 -- all dead in less than 2-years) so had kind of put them in my rearview mirror as a choice when it came to shopping time. Moved on to MSI/Gigabyte with great results. When looking for a replacement for the Galaxy HOF, my eye kept going back to the reference design of the 780. I figured I would give EVGA another chance, and to this point I'm glad I did -- great card after a few months use. I'll update after a year.

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