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EVGA 06G-P4-3787-KR G-SYNC Support GeForce GTX 780 6GB 384-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 SLI Support SC w/ EVGA ACX Cooler Video Card

  • 2304 CUDA Cores
  • 6GB 384-Bit GDDR5
  • PCI Express 3.0
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Your gaming won't be the same with the EVGA 06G-P4-3787-KR graphics card.

Based on the latest evolution of NVIDIA GPU, the GeForce GTX 780, this card is a landmark in gaming performance – an insanely fast, smooth, and whisper-quiet experience. The massively powerful NVIDIA Kepler GPU features 2304 CUDA Cores – 50% more than its predecessor. Complete with a mammoth 6GB of high-speed GDDR5 memory and NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology, this card gives you the performance capability you need to game at extreme settings. This card also introduces a brand-new thermal solution, the EVGA ACX cooler, which delivers enhanced cooling capability at a reduced noise level, as well as a longer fan lifespan. Beyond raw performance, the GeForce GTX 780 is perfectly tuned to today’s most advanced gaming technologies, with GeForce Experience for one-click driver and setting optimization, and NVIDIA PhysX and TXAA for smooth, sharp graphics.

  • newegg EVGA ACX Cooler EVGA is introducing a brand-new cooling design: the EVGA ACX Cooler. This revolutionary double ball bearing design offers a 40% increase in heatsink volume, 15% average lower GPU and memory temperatures, and double ball bearing fans with an average lifespan of 12 years. This is a 4X longer lifespan vs. competitors sleeve bearing fans! Not to mention this fan is silent; in fact it is 15% quieter on average!
  • 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 even more 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 framerates, 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 a fourth display to keep tabs on chat, email, or the web while you are gaming.
  • newegg TXAA ANTI-ALIASING Anti-aliasing 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 anti-aliasing mode that combines MSAA, temporal filtering, and post processing for the highest edge quality and minimal shimmering during gameplay.
  • newegg NVIDIA PhysX Technology Full support for NVIDIA PhysX technology, enabling a totally new class of physical gaming interaction for a more dynamic and realistic experience with GeForce.

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


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  • Stephan R.
  • 9/27/2014 7:51:57 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsvery questionable

Pros: Well this one arrived in perfect condition and worked right out of the box to some extent.

Cons: The problem I'm having is that it was to replace an AMD HD6970 and the SR-2 motherboard with the NF200 shipset is not compatible with the newer R290 series so I had to go with nVidia. I thought the GTX780 SC would be faster and better but it was and is not.

This new GTX780SC is so slow, in Crysis 3 all setting have to be on low @ 1080P for it to run smooth, the old AMD card ran so much better @ 1080P and settings on 50% high and the rest on medium.

This card is not worth the money, the old AMD HD6970 card runs much faster and is much cheaper.
Very poor job nVidia. My system is EVGA MB SR-2 with ( six sticks ) 3 channel 12GB Ram, SSD HD and 2x6core cpu's @ 2.6gigs. The nVidia software states my system does no meet the requirements to run other than LOW settings, interesting!

Other Thoughts: I'm thinking of buying two AMD HD6970 cards, I don't have the original HD6970 since it went into my son's system.

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  • Michael Y.
  • 9/25/2014 10:36:46 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat card for CUDA

Pros: This card works great for CUDA. It is 3.5 times faster than my GTX280 running the same CUDA program and has enough memory for very large problems. Unfortunately, Nvidia has removed this model from their product line, perhaps because it was competing too much with their more expensive Titan models. I scooped up the last card from the market, to use it for myself, or maybe to sell it later for a profit when people realize what a great card this one was but cannot get it anymore.

Cons: None.

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  • Adonijah R.
  • 9/17/2014 7:38:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs6 GB

Pros: 6 GB of VRAM.
ACX Cooler, I guess. Going to convert for watercooling later, but it looks neat in the meantime, I suppose.

Never had a problem with EVGA.
Does what I bought it for wonderfully.

Cons: Could be free, if I have to put something here.

Other Thoughts: Bought 2 of these, primarily for 3D rendering, as my GTX 670s were doing everything I want for gaming just fine. I have no interest in 4k to speak of, and don't game as much as I used to, so these will pretty much just be workhorses. Didn't even bother attaching the SLI cable, since it degrades rendering performance to run them in SLI. Dumped one of the GTX 670s to an alternate build, and left the other for running displays. The trio works like a dream.

Gamers, you may hate on me now, I guess.

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  • Sergei A.
  • 9/9/2014 8:41:05 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsTemps can be a problem in SLI, defective fan

Pros: Runs fast and smooth in SLI, plays all my games at max settings at 1440p.

Cons: A challenge in SLI since one card will always be much hotter due to the way the fans work. Need either an open case like I do or some major air flow.

Also, one of the fans on one of the cards emits annoying loud screeching sound at low speeds - driving me bonkers as I am typing this.

Other Thoughts: The cooler card is 65C at max load, the hotter card is 80C at max load which is acceptable so it's all OK.

Now I need to do something about that fan...the sound is horrible like someone scraping a cooking pot wiith a fork...

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/4/2014 12:18:09 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsgtx780 6gb edition.

Pros: Works well with games such as BF4. It has 6GB, plenty for driving large monitors, or many monitors or video editing in HD, 2K, 3K, 4K, 5K, and 6K. More GB, gives nice room for color grading and many filters in the timeline.

Cons: You need moar power captain! Moar space, so decent amount of room is a requirement.

-This is by far NOT a con because you know what you're signing up for upfront.

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  • Luy P.
  • 9/2/2014 3:06:47 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEVGA GTX 780 6GB

Pros: -Almost as fast as the GTX 780 ti
-Way faster than a GTX 780 2gb
-EVGA very reliable product

Cons: Nothing else to say about the graphic card

But should of wait for a couple day to get the $549 price instead i paid full $589.

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  • Samir P.
  • 8/27/2014 7:40:43 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLove the card but I missed out on newegg pricing.

Pros: Fantastic card. I bought two of these because I was impressed with the first and I wanted to go ahead and double up as this was my first new PC build in many many years and I wanted something to cut through 4K, 5K and 6K video footage like butter. Loving this card so far.

Cons: Wish I had been patient enough to wait and take advantage of the better newegg pricing just days after I purchased twice!

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/27/2014 8:54:45 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
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5 out of 5 eggsamazing at 1080p

Pros: Runs every game I throw at it 60fps and up and 1080 on ultra. not sure about 1440p but I'm upgrading my monitor soon, so we'll see.

Cons: My card runs kinda hot

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  • Todd N.
  • 8/21/2014 9:55:23 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat for 1440p... GO FOR SLI

Pros: I've had this card since 7/23 and I absolutely love it. I bought the EVGA GTX 780 SC w/ACX 3GB card back in February, and in March, I signed up to be notified about the 6GB card that would soon be available for Step Up. When they sent the emails out notifying that it was available, I never recieved an email. I didn't worry about it to much because I was using a 1080p 19 inch TV. However, on 7/10 I placed an order for the ASUS PB278Q 1440p monitor. If I wanted to "future proof" my system for at least 3-4 years on ultra, I knew I would need the 6GB of VRAM for 1440p. This was almost 2 months after my 90 day window for the Step Up program to qualify. I decided to call up EVGA and tell them that I was never notified for the availability of the 6GB model, so JAMES (I believe it was James) was nice enough to open a 3 day window for me to Step Up. This is why EVGA will always have my business for Video cards.

Anyways, this is such a nice card. At 1440p, I come close to 60 FPS in most games. Personally, the way I have my mind set, is that if I spend more than $500 on a video card, I BETTER BE able to play EVERY game at max settings, whether it's 4-8xMSAA AND Ultra settings. Currently, I'm able to reach 1215MHz/7000MHz memory at 1.2 volts, and max temps are about 72c. I prefer to use the EVGA Precision X overclocking software.

As for the benefits of 6GB, if gaming at 2560x1440/1600 or 4K (4K might be cutting it... Not enough graphic power), 6GB is definitely worth it. Also, I say go for it, because at some times, Newegg (and others) will drop the cards price close to the 3GB cards. For only a couple bucks more, why not just get it? But when it comes to games using more than 3GB, Watch Dogs and Titanfall are the only ones (currently) that hit about 4.5-5.5GB (1440p) with playable FPS... Titanfall is 60FPS, and Watch dogs averages about 30-50FPS.

Cons: Not really a con, but I ran out of room for the PROS :)

As far as temps go with SLI and the ACX coolers, I guess you can say they are okay. When playing Crysis 3, the top card will reach 82c, while the bottom card is about 65c. Because there is so much heat, I HAVE to have the fan speed to about 90% max. Because of this, my case gets very hot, and very LOUD. I have a Corsair 750D case with excellent airflow. The front intake are the stock AF140 fans (I will replace with the corsair AF140 retail fans soon), and the bottom intake are two Corsair AF120 red LED fans. For the back exhaust, I have the retail AF140 fan, and the top exhaust is my H100i in push/pull. I eventually plan to shell out at least $400 on a custom cooling loop, but right now, I don't have the funds to spend.

Now for the right power supply for GTX 780 6GB SLI. After reading reviews on the ASUS Strix 6GB model, they used about 650w under load. I would assume it would be the same for the EVGA versions. I currently have an Corsair AX860 (non i) that I chose for my first gaming rig, and I wanted to SLI later down the road with that option. 850w is the sweet spot for SLI. However, let me tell you that you will need more than 850w if you want to really overclock these. Plus, it won't really matter if you are running on air, because the heat will be an issue even at stock speeds. I tried to overclock both of my cards to 1202MHz, and my computer would restart in Crysis 3. I even tried lowering the GPU clock speed from 90, to 80. It would still restart because I was running out of wattage. Currently, I'm running stock speeds, but I can get about 60-70 on the core clock without any issue. But like I said, it will bring a lot more heat, and a lot more noise. Anyways, I prefer to run them at stock, because I'm scared to see what the electricity bill will look like if I overlock them for a while :)

Other Thoughts: To fully take advantage of the 6GB, SLI is definetly needed. Because of this, I felt as if I wasted money to step up to a 6GB card, and only use one. Yesterday, 8/16, I decided to add another card. I purchased it used off of [an auction site] for $480, and I'll get it 8/21. Because EVGA has great warranty for second hand users, I decided it would be best to buy it used, and get close to the 3 year warranty (plus a great price). If boughten used, the warranty starts from the time the card was shipped from the EVGA warehouse. So I'll have about 2 years and 9 months of warranty. Once again, this is why EVGA has my business for video cards. I'll give an update once I get time to test out how SLI improves FPS. The one thing I'm worried about for SLI, is the ACX cooling. Because these heatsinks blow the air inside the case (opposed to the blower/reference cooler that blows air out the back of the card), I'm hoping the top card won't get to hot.

Overall, this is a fantastic card. Most people say 6GB is, and will never be need for games (EVER). However, I completely disagree. When I say I want to "future proof" my system, I'm talking about being able to play most games on ultra settings for at least 3-4 years to come. The way I think about having 6GB of VRAM is, "WE will never know how much VRAM will be needed in future games."

Whether 3GB is enough, or you want the extra 3GB, it's up to you... But I highly recommend 6GB for 1440p and above, or multiple monitors. Because I will soon be using SLI, and when money won't be an issue, I really want to get two more PB278Q monitors for 4320x2560 (portrait mode). But for now, SLI is definitely needed to take advantage if the 6GB.

EDIT***
these cards are still the best out there for the money. The card I purchased off [the auction site; I cant list it here :( ] (for SLI) arrived yesterday, and so far so good. I have an ASUS Maximus VI Hero motherboard that is SLI compatible. However, with SLI enabled, they only run at x8. Anyways, SLI makes a huge improvement at 1080p. But because I'm using 1440p monitor, I prefer my games at 1440p. At 1080p, SLI will crush every single game on the market at MAX settings. So far, the only games I've really tested with SLI, was Crysis 3, Battlefield 4, Metro: Last Light, and Tomb Raider 2013. At 1440p, Metro averaged about 48FPS, only about 5FPS over a single card. I'm still new to SLI and getting used to all the scaling, but in Metro: LL, the game was very "studdery". Once I get everything figured out, I'll make another edit. When playing Battlefield 4, I can finally MAX out the settings, as well as 130% on the resolution scale, for a steadily 60FPS. In battlefield 4 with a single 780, I would dip down to the 40's (maxed out, with 100% resolution scale).

I'm trying to get a bunch of videos up on YouTube comparing the gameplay and FPS from a single card to 2-way SLI, so I'll have them up in a bit. Check out my videos, and/or subscribe. My YouTube name is "Todd Nunez"

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/16/2014 4:38:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat for sli and 4K

Pros: Performs as advertised. I bought two for 4K @ 60hz and they run most games maxed flawlessly. The 6gb is a must when you add AA on top of 4K.

Cons: Both overclock well, one a little more of a mutt than the other. No big deal.

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