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Pros: - Very Powerful
- 3 Cooling Fans
- Multi Monitor Support
Cons: - VERY Long Card*
* Not a true con, as I expected it to be large. Just note that you need to measure the dimensions of your case so that you don't have issues installing this.
Other Thoughts: Used this to replace a Radeon HD 6850. Has played every game so far that I could want in Ultra settings with acceptable frame rates (35+)
- ARMA 3
- DayZ: Stand Alone
- League of Legends
- Counter-Strike: Global Offense
In the solo campaign / missions, I get 80+ FPS. Online multiplayer still nets me a solid 35+, even in cities with many players.
Due to optimization issues with the current Alpha release, I am only getting 35-60 FPS at any point, with occasional dips to 25 in large cities. General gameplay is absolutely playable, as the average is around 40 FPS, and the FPS drop is not due to the card but an issue with the Alpha.
i7 2700k @ 3.5Ghz [CPU]
8gb DDR3 10600 [RAM]
500GB Seagate, 7200RPM [HDD]
GTX 770 WindForce [GPU]
Pros: - Budget Card
- 1gb Dedicated RAM
- 256 bit
I've been using this card primarily for gaming. Up to this point (2 years of use), it has been able to play every game I've wanted at 1920x1080 with at least 30fps on medium - high graphics.
DayZ is the only exception to this.
Cons: - PCI 2.1
Other Thoughts: CPU : i7 2700k @ 3.5 (stock)
RAM : 8gb G.Skill Ripjaw DDR3 1600 (2 x 4)
MOBO : ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3
GFX Card : Radeon 6850 1gb 256bit