- 2GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- Core Clock 915MHz
- Boost Clock 980MHz
- 2 x DVI 1 x HDMI 1 x DisplayPort
- 1344 CUDA Cores
- PCI Express 3.0 x16
Currently good for sli at 1440p 11/03/2013
Pretty quite. Drop in and go. Look cool (if that your thing).
Back plate will get warm. Not sure if it is the cooler pushing the air around the card, or the ram running hot. The card will still slope down, so I think Asus runs a bit to thin on their circuit boards for this card.
Price is another issue, my first card ran me $420 here at new egg, and it only dropped to $300. IMO this is a $200 to $220 card. If I didn't already own a 670, I would have gone for a gpu with more ram or waited till price of the 780ti get reasonable or gone with the r9 290x.
Bought this 2nd card for SLI with my exact same 670 on a new 1440p using a overclocked 3750k to 4.5ghz and 8gb of 1600 ram. BF4 on ultra with my single oc'd 670 at 1080p/60hz would pull in 47-68fps. My new Qnix 1440p monitor at 60hz will do 28-48fps on ultra. Now with the addition to SLI 54-74fps. I was able to overclock my monitor to 110hz though in order to run BF5 my setting very from low to medium to lock my fps at 110 to match my monitor. I am blown away at how well the game looks and feels so in that respect I am thrilled with my set up.
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