- 1152 CUDA Cores
- 2GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- PCI Express 3.0
- $239.99 239.99
- $229.99 –
- $209.99 after $20.00 rebate card
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decent card for the price 02/14/2014
Better card for the price than the reference GTX760 in terms of performance and heat & noise.
Runs Battlefield 4 with my old Phenom II at 1080P high setting at 60-80FPS.
The cards feels heavy,and the cooler looks well made,a black PCB is a nice change from the usual Gigabyte blue.
Stays cool under load for a overclocked card. Out of the box it has run boost core up to 1241Mhz.
This card runs much more quietly than
I don't have any major cons for this graphics card,I am probably just being too picky.
The Windforce cooler on this card is different than the gtx760 4GB and other cards,it only has 2 heatpipes instead of 4 or 6. the revision 1 of this card had 3 heatpipes. Why did gigabyte cheap out on the cooling with rev. 2?
Since this card only has 2 heatpipes,it does run hotter than I expected. I have a HAF-922 case and this GTX760 still hits 70C at times,with its fans spinning at 2,400RPM, which is audible however is not overly noisy.
This is a very long card,make sure it fits in your case,I only had about 2 inches to spare in my case.
I upgraded from a old GTX 560Ti,the performance difference is amazing.
I am happy with 75 avg. FPS in Battlefield 4,but I might get even more performance once I upgrade my processor.
Phenom II X6 1090T @ 3.7Ghz
8GB Gskill Ripjaws X 1600Mhz
Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 Rev.4.0
Gigabyte GTX760OC 2GB
Corsair Neutron GTX 120GB
WD Black 2TB
I might have purchased the 4GB version of this card if it were cheaper,just for the better cooler. The 4GB version gtx760 has the same cooler as the GTX770.
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