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EVGA 04G-P4-3777-KR G-SYNC Support GeForce GTX 770 Classified 4GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 SLI Support Video Card
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Pros: I recently started upgrading my Dell XPS 730X and I was afraid that a new video card would not work because Dell might of done something with the motherboard. I was also worried that the card would not fit into my machine. However after receiving this card it fit into my case without problem. I will tell you however that it is a BIG card and though it wasn't as long as my previous Nvidia GTX 285's it was definitely taller. Make sure you have a big enough case!

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I have played Crysis 2 and it preforms flawless. I do not know the exact FPS but I would say it was getting a solid 45-50 FPS on "Ultra" settings. I have tried other games like War Thunder and it runs that game at a constant 100 to almost 300 FPS, also on "Ultra" settings as well. I have tried many other games and the card handles them very smoothly and I also noticed that the fan is MUCH quieter on the 770 then on my 285's that I was using. It also runs much cooler.

The real test will be when Total War: Rome II comes out. I am curious to see how this single card will handle that game. I played Total War: SHOGUN 2 and the card handles it very well. You will notice some FPS drops when you are zoomed in with over 13,000 troops fighting on "Ultra" settings, however its not that bad. I believe Total War: Rome II is going to be a better optimized game and therefore will run smoother then Shogun 2 despite the games upgrades in graphics.

I bought one of these cards and I am very pleased with it. Definitely worth the money in my opinion.

Cons: None!

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