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EVGA 03G-P4-2888-KR G-SYNC Support GeForce GTX 780 Ti Dual Classified w/ EVGA ACX Cooler 3GB 384-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 SLI Support Video Card

  • 2880 CUDA Cores
  • 3GB 384-bit GDDR5
  • PCI Express 3.0
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EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Dual Classified w/ EVGA ACX Cooler

The EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti is the best gaming GPU on the planet, delivering 25% more cores and exciting new technologies to take extreme gaming to a whole new level. This is pure performance accelerated, giving you the freedom to play every title at ultra settings and max resolutions on today's highest-definition displays.

Boost your gaming experience with a stunningly beautiful, quiet design. You get NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 for maximum clock speeds, PhysX and TXAA technologies for smooth, sharp graphics, and GeForce ShadowPlay to capture all your greatest gaming moments, automatically. Whether you're playing on stunning 4K monitors at extreme settings, or multiple monitors at 2560x1600, the GTX 780 Ti provides the horsepower to drive all your next-gen gaming visual experiences.

Of course, when paired up with EVGA's Award Winning ACX Cooling, you get reduced temperatures, silent operation, and best of all, unbelievable overclocking potential!

Key Features

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NVIDIA SMX Engine
The new Kepler 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.


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NVIDIA GPU Boost Technology 2.0
Dynamically maximizes clock speeds to push performance to new levels and bring out the best in every game. Boost 2.0 allows complete control over Temperature Target and Power Target, allowing a new way to customize your overclock. Also, with the new EVGA Precision X, you can increase the voltage for maximum overclock!


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NVIDIA FXAA
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.


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NVIDIA TXAA
An in-game option that combines MSAA, temporal filtering, and post processing for even higher visual fidelity. Get the image quality of 8X MSAA with the performance hit of only 2X MSAA. This means a smoother gaming experience without the loss of FPS normally associated with this level of eye candy.


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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.


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Frame Rate Target
Set a target Frame Rate with EVGA Precision X and your card will automatically adjust the power/performance to meet that target. This feature delivers the ultimate in efficient gaming.


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NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround
Imagine your gaming real estate across three displays in full HD 3D for a completely immersive gaming experience. With the EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti, you can use award-winning NVIDIA 3D Vision technology to build the world's first multi-display 3D gaming experience on your PC. Additionally, the GeForce GTX 780 Ti supports an accessory display for the ultimate gaming experience!


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PCI Express 3.0
Offers double the bandwidth of PCI Express 2.0, for the highest data transfer speeds to allow for maximum performance in bandwidth-hungry games and 3D applications. The EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN Z is still backwards compatible with all existing PCI Express motherboards.


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Attention to Quality
EVGA's attention to quality is worth noting, from performance to appearance, even down to the packaging contents and protection. EVGA cards ship with cover caps over the critical components, eliminating worries about any dust build-up or damage that could occur.


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Pixel Clock Control
Use EVGA Precision X to "overclock" your refresh rate. With the latest EVGA Precision X, you can now increase your pixel clock! This allows for increased refresh rates on select monitors, meaning smoother gameplay and reduced screen tearing!


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EVGA Backplate (Optional)
Available on some SKU's, the EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti backplate looks great, improves PCB strength and acts as a heatsink for the memory that is located on the backside of the card.


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EVGA Warranty
New EVGA warranty that covers the graphics card, not the user. This means the only requirement for warranty coverage is ownership of the card during its warranty period.


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Microsoft DirectX 12
Ready for Microsoft DirectX 12; the upcoming API designed to raise the bar on gaming performance and visual quality.


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NVIDIA SHIELD Ready
Unleash your favorite Android and PC games, movies, music and more with NVIDIA SHIELD – the ultimate gaming and entertainment portable.


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NVIDIA G-SYNC Ready
NVIDIA G-SYNC monitors feature revolutionary NVIDIA technology that eliminates screen tearing while also reducing input lag. The result is the smoothest, fastest, and most responsive gaming monitor experience ever seen.



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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • John L.
  • 11/10/2014 12:14:36 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBeast!

Pros: Unbelievably fast. It's actually faster than I need, which is really saying something.

Cons: None!

Other Thoughts: This card is almost as big as a micro atx board LOL so big!

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  • Thomas I.
  • 10/16/2014 6:33:10 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsRunning Strong!

Pros: Card has been great to me, never a hiccup.

Cons: Is real fickle about which driver it likes. Took me a couple days to find a driver she liked (9.18.13.3221) but since this one no issues

Other Thoughts: It's a steal at its current price, this card is solid.

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  • JOHN B.
  • 9/28/2014 12:20:53 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsCard is junk, stay away

Pros: - Beautiful card when it is not crashing my system.

Cons: - Cannot play newer games without completely crashing my system. Does not pass BSOD, just goes directly to power reset.

Not a PSU issue. I have enough spare parts to test that much. After some research, this problem seems to be a known issue with the 780 TI's. Something about the manufacturers used the 780 capacitors on the PCB that can't handle the TI's power load. Or something like that. And yet that did not stop them from selling these things.

I am out $700 and past the return date window. I very much regret this purchase from EVGA.

Other Thoughts: Using EVGA's precision app I set the power to a whopping 58% of target and removed the default overclocks to achieve a semblance of stability.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear John B.,

I am sorry to hear about the troubles you are having with your EVGA GTX 780Ti Classified. I can assure you that our Classified series graphics cards, are made with higher quality components and are built for the enthusiast and extreme overclocker in mind. If you are still experiencing issues with your graphics card, then I would encourage you to contact our 24 hour Technical Support team by phone 1.888.881.3842 and pressing option 1 or by email Newegg@EVGA.com, so that we can further assist you.

Sincerely,
EVGA Customer Support

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  • Aakash S.
  • 9/12/2014 5:24:56 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery good but gets a bit loud

Pros: Gives excellent quality graphics with all the extra settings turned on. If you have a 120 hertz monitor, this is great as it would allow you to go over 60 frames and also allows you use it for 3d game play.

I got a Furmark GPU stress test rating of 7,700 with this GPU. I had i7 4790, GTX 780ti, MSN Z97 gaming 7 and corsair h100i cpu cooler. This rating is quite high where a standard 780 was around 4500 and 670 was around 1800 (from what I *remember* what I saw on a comparison chart by Furmark)

Cons: Note: I am using NZXT Phantom 530 which is a big and an open case.

Gets bit loud. At idol, the fans are quiet and around 30% speed so around 1000 rpm. When you start a game, even a low graphic extensive one, the fans can run anywhere from 50% to 65% which is around 2000 rim which get quite loud as the fans are not the most quiet.

This is EASILY overcome by wearing headphones / headset for game play.

Other Thoughts: Even though, it gets a bit loud (which can be overcome by wearing headphones), I would still give it 5/5 for its overall rating.

Is it worth the money? I don't know yet. Do I regret buying it? Definitely NOT. Did I need it? Who knows...

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  • ROBERT G.
  • 9/11/2014 11:14:37 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsMixed Bag

Pros: It plays the games on my 2560x1600 monitor fairly smooth in Windows7.

Cons: My primary OS is Linux, and for some reason the Nvidia drivers conflict with my KDE desktop, and as of this month, not many distributions support this driver set. So I haven't really been able to enjoy my new card. I hate having to use Windows, but until I can install a working system, I have to deal with it. I purchased this card because I was sick of Radeon's performance in linux, and figured I would have a better time with Nvidia, like I have had in the past. Wrong! All I get now is low resolution or a black screen. The nouveau drivers work for the desktop, but I can't play my FPS games with it, so it is worthless. However, Linux being Linux, I will be able to use my card soon.

Other Thoughts: I have seen reviews of this card running on Linux along with its benchmarks, but they used Ubuntu, so I know it works. But I do not like Ubuntu.
I can relate to Linus Torvald's salute to Nvidia right now. Linux, server and desktop, has been out for how many years now? Get with it Nvidia! Not every gamer or computer user wants to put up with Microsoft's bloated and unreliable system.

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  • Brendan G.
  • 9/11/2014 11:44:01 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsAbsolutely awful card!

Pros: Great Gaming, surpassed all of the reference 780 ti benchmarks I could find

Cons: LOUD and BIG! I got this card and put it in a near silent build, and the fans make an awful vibration as they ramp up or idle. At certain RPMs the ACX just is really loud. I have RMAd my card, and they sent me a scratched up card that had an even worse fan, that at any RPM sounds like it has a bad bearing and it is just grinding around.

Also for the BIG, this does not fit in a corsair 250D, it is too tall! To get it to fit I had to order special low profile power connectors so I could close the case. Lengthwise it is normal, but the card is like 2 inches taller than the reference card.

Other Thoughts: would be good if EVGA had some kind of quality control that would check ACX better.

So go buy an EVGA card, but not one with this stupid ACX

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Brendan G.,

Our EVGA GTX 780Ti Classified is built on a custom PCB, uses higher end components which sets them apart from the reference models, both size and performance. We do offer a 24 hour Presales line if our customers have any specific questions before purchasing a product. If you are still experiencing issues with your replacement graphics card, then I would encourage you to contact our 24 hour Technical Support team by phone 1.888.881.3842 and pressing option 1 or by email Newegg@EVGA.com, so that we can further assist you.

Sincerely,
EVGA Customer Support

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  • Nicholas D.
  • 9/6/2014 1:58:36 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPowerhouse

Pros: Top-of-the-line performance.

Cooler temperatures, and EVGA's software makes adjusting fan speeds and monitoring temps very simple.

Cons: Large Video Card. Had to do a lot of messing around with my Side-fan vent. (Readas: removed the vent shaft)

Other Thoughts: The price you pay for the 780 Ti is tremendous compared to earlier cards in the 700 series.

I would recommend purchasing the EVGA Classified Backplate, seeing as if you made space for this card, a few more millimetres wouldn't hurt. Improves temps and keeps any dust off.

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  • Jason G.
  • 8/29/2014 8:02:53 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsmATX monster maker

Pros: First, the packaging: EVGA knows this is a special card, and one that will most likely be used for overclocking, and includes with it not only the usual "you have OC power!" stickers, but a special pad to be used for overclocking on non-air based means (ie: water-cooled, DICE, LN2). Lots of goodies such as a poster, how to guide, stickers, etc., Comes with Unigine Benchmark on the driver disk if you want to see how your card performs both out of the box, as well as overclocked. EVGA knows that this isn't just a "gamer card", and wants to see how its end-users are going to exploit the possibilities.

Second: the out of the box performance is insane. Without the push of a button, there's a 143MHz overclock versus the standard edition (1019 / 1020 v. 876 core; 1085 v. 928 boost - the boost is actually 157MHz over stock boost). With a small overclock after finding some once-included software that is no longer provided by EVGA, I was able to get a boost clock over 1200MHz without even having to up elements such as power usage, or GPU temperature threshold. The ACX cooler (larger than the ones on the reference and SC cards) has larger fans, more heatpipes, more heatsink area, and a VRM cover in order to maximize cooling and overclocking, and it showed. I cannot get the temps over 70 Deg C, even though the card is not in a "desirable" environment for such a large card - a Corsair Obsidian 350D case.

Third: this card is surprisingly amicable in a microATX case at reference speeds (which, as mentioned earlier, are SIGNIFICANTLY higher than reference; this card boosts on its own to 1150MHz). Does it heat up the inside of the case? Absolutely, but that's a property of a cooler that emits its heat into the case rather than out the back of the case. As such, it's happiest alone, with no other GPUs immediately below it (this is why gaming boards have slots 1 and 5 as x16.... to provide 2 slots; worth of cooling to cards that behave in this matter for ventilation purposes.

Lastly, it only needs 2 8-pins for its power purposes and it's ATX compliant, so 2 8-pins can be connected to it in the typical fashion from a modular PSU. This is a small one, but for those who may not be comfortable using 2 8-pins and a 6-pin in the classified's bigger brother (the Kingpin), this gives you much of its overclocking ability in a somewhat more controllable package. There's only one switch (an LN2 bios switch that ups the power threshold from 106% to 115% for more aggressive overclocking), rather than the 3 sets of switches on the Kingpin that control voltage bumping, and various card protection purposes; but if you're going for extreme cooling methods, the kingpin is *THAT* card; this is more for the water / air OCer who still wants a semblance of sanity.

It also can do 4K resolution at high, and still get 60fps in most racing games (ie: Project CARS, Shift 2, Dirt 3, etc.,)

Cons: First, This card is much, MUCH, larger than a reference card, be it with a reference cooler or an ACX cooler, and it may have difficulty being secured into the PCI-E knockouts without a long screwdriver. Yes, this is for the power phases for overclocking, but it's important to know whether your case is large enough for this card. The GPU does fit in my Obsidian 350D, but with cables it's a tight fit. I would not attempt this in an mITX case (unless it's very large inside), or most mATX cases. Its size also means that the GPU needs to be supported until fully secured. I would feed the 8-pins over the top of the card if possible in order to act as a suspension to hold the back of the card up.

Second, there is no backplate included with this card. Granted this isn't the "top 780 Ti" in EVGA's lineup, but it's still a top-tier GPU, and its size and mass (about 4.5 lbs) means that it does flex slightly once plugged in. The backplate would help rigidity and potentially provide a bit of cooling for the back of the GPU (which does get quite hot). It's not a must, but it would definitely give the GPU some added rigidity and reduce the stress on the PCI-E port.

Lastly, this card throws a LOT of heat into the case. This isn't a con in the sense of being a malfunction, but it's a trait of this card. Make sure that you have enough space below the card (a minimum of 2 PCI-E slots' worth of space) for this card to dissipate heat. Don't cramp it in a "barely fits case"... this card is large, needs air circulation, and throws heat everywhere.

Other Thoughts: I have this monster of a card in an Obsidian 350D / Maximus VII GENE / i7-4790K / Swiftech H220-x system, and its ability to do 4K at 60 fps even with high settings means that it should be futureproof for a long while. Due to the high amount of heat this card dishes out, and its power requirements, I would not cheap out on a power supply; if it can't do a minimum of 50amps on its 12 volt rail, avoid it... this card needs at least 30 amps, before custom BIOSes and overclocking come into play, and can use over 70 amps if fully unlocked and under extreme (LN2) conditions. However, under normal conditions (air-cooled, stock or slightly overclocked), this card is surprisingly well-behaved and a quality 600 watt PSU can handle one of these.

I would not SLi this card in a mATX rig unless you plan on putting this card into a liquid loop; the heat from the 2 cards will result in the cards cooking each other. Also, I would look at no less than a 1000w PSU for 2-way SLi; and a 1300w PSU for 3-way SLi. Overclocking in SLi / extreme cooling might require a 1500w PSU, or even tandem PSUs to ensure OC stability. That being said, as a single GPU, it is viable in a sufficiently large mATX case.

The GPU at reference, with the 4790K scores approximately 11,000 in 3DMark Firestrike, and its reference speeds being so much higher than the reference card's speeds, mean that for a small form-factor user... there may not be a need to find this card's limits, as they're higher than the majority of reference 780 Ti's limits out of the box. This card then, is good for mitigating OC limits in the smaller rig, without having to OC beyond spec, thus extending GPU life. I plan on having this GPU on at least a 4 year use cycle.

Great GPU, if you have either the ability / room for an OC, or you have a small, roomy rig that can handle this card and its pre-installed overclock.

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  • DOUGLAS S.
  • 8/23/2014 6:07:08 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsStill drooling

Pros: This card is amazing and will not disappoint you. I can play everything with this card, hands down no issues. New games are like butter for this card. Easy installation and hookups.

Cons: I can't think of one negative thing to say.

Other Thoughts: Always keep your video drives up to-date. I think some folks think "as long as it works I don't need drivers" - wrong answer. Drivers fix bugs as well as adding enhancements to make games run faster and better.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/18/2014 6:47:53 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsamazing card

Pros: Runs all games I've thrown at it on max settings @ 2560x1440, with the exception of everquest landmark believe it or not. Anyways amazing card.

Cons: 3gb of ram, Watchdogs caps this out. Although I've heard it due to the game not being optimized for PC.

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