- 2GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- Core Clock 1019MHz
- Boost Clock 1079MHz
- 2 x DVI 1 x HDMI 1 x DisplayPort
- 1344 CUDA Cores
- PCI Express 3.0 x16
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Dang, this card is great!
I was debating between the ASUS DC2T, Gigabyte Windforce 670, or one of the EVGA 670s... I'm glad I took the MSI Twin Frozr!
Originally I had a BFG GTX 260 that lasted me years, it was a great card; but I've been looking for an upgrade after I remodeled my whole system.
My old GTX 260 sat around 45 C on idle, and hit around 60 to 68 C on load. This MSI? 30 C at Idle, and below 50 C on load! (I've been testing it on ARMA 2 CO for those temps on High and Very High graphic settings.)
It's just an amazing card, basically double the power of what my GTX 260 was, with much better cooling.
In my ThermalTake Black Widow case, I can't even hear it over the other fans. Even when the computer starts up and it goes to 100% to kick out the dust on the card, I still can hardly hear it!
Umm... The LED's can only be blue? But I like neon blue. :)
It could have came with a DVI cable too. Good thing I had one already.
If you're waiting for the next batch of ASUS DC2T's to come out, or just want a card that will run cool and isn't gigantic like the Gigabyte Windforce, get this card. It won't disappoint!
By the way, I don't overclock, so I don't know how well it would work with it. Generally I just use components at their factory settings.
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