- 2GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- Core Clock 860 MHz
- 1 x DVI 1 x HDMI 2 x Mini DisplayPort
- 1024 Stream Processors
- PCI Express 3.0 x16
2gig GDDR5, 256-bit, small, cool n' quiet, lots of display out options.
Plastic cover is kinda lame and flimsy. Didn't dock any eggs for this, just a personal preference. Also, it slightly covers the power port, which is rather annoying for someone with meaty fingers.
Like many others, I bought this Black Friday for $150 and some change with a free Far Cry 3. Upgrading from two Asus 450's SLI'd, I saw a huge increase in performance, temps, and everything all around. There is some performance failures on newer games at high specs, but one card can't do everything, not for this price, anyway. Runs ME3 maxed, Fallout: NV maxed, Far Cry 3 pretty much maxed, and Black Ops II with all but max anti-aliasing and sync frame. Turn those on is playable, but get lots of glitching and frame rate drops in fast paced sections.
Asus Crosshair V Formula
FX-8150 oc'd 4.2GGhz
Antec Kuhler 2.0 Liquid Cooling system
WD 500gig SataIII x2 RAID 0/1
G.Skill 240gig SSD
Thermaltake 850 Black Widow PSU
NZXT Phantom to wrap it all up.
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