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Pros: Seems to be a decent middleware card.
Cons: Doesn't quite push constant 1080p @60 FPS in most of the newer games without some tweaking / lowering of graphic settings.
Other Thoughts: Ordered this card to be a part of a new computer build. Received it 6 days after purchasing it on a Friday afternoon. Other parts trickled in over the course of the next week.
Put the computer together, let it run / burn-in for two days, and everything was running good.
After the short burn-in phase went to do the paperwork (registration, warranty information) for all the parts, including this EVGA Geforce GTX 760. After registering it on their site, I was informed it was not eligible for the step up program unless I purchased a $15 extended warranty. Apparently, you must register the card on their website within 14 days of PURCHASE (not receiving it). Can't say im happy about this at all, as I did everything as normal and timely as I possibly could. I called their support service, and was told registration was TWO days past the 14 days of purchase, so I'm ineligible for step-up unless I fork over another $15. Seems like fleecing to me.
I doubt I will purchase EVGA again. I have only stuck with them (since the 6600gt days) because of their usually high level of service, however it seems that has gone by the wayside in favor of unreasonable constraints / hoop jumping. I'm seriously considering just RMAing this back to newegg and purchasing a 770 from another manufacturer.