- 2GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- Core Clock 915MHz
- Boost Clock 980MHz
- 2 x DVI 1 x HDMI 1 x DisplayPort
- 1344 CUDA Cores
- PCI Express 3.0 x16
Good card, AWFUL support 09/11/2012
When my card was working, I could literally run anything on nearly the highest, if not the highest settings at 1920x1080. The GTX 670 2gb card is a monster for the money. If you're debating, I'd definitely buy one, just not this specific one, or any one from Galaxy. Buy this chip, just not this brand.
I've had my card since launch day, and up until about 3.5 weeks ago it worked perfectly. I loved playing games on it because it looked amazing and was so fast. The card looked amazing in my case (matched my color scheme!). But then I started to get artifacts and flickering on my display just sitting at the Windows desktop. Now I know any new product has a chance to die. That's not why I am giving this a bad review. If it had died and been replaced I'd have no issue.
The reason this gets 2 eggs is the support (or lack thereof) from Galaxy. I have called or emailed them 12 times now over the last 3 weeks. I have received exactly 2 responses from customer service and 0 from RMA. DO NOT BUY A GALAXY CARD. If it dies you are on your own with a $400 brick. That's seriously all my card is good for now. I had to revert to a friend's GTX 250 which can barely even run the games I used to play, but it's better than not being able to play them. So, in short, buy a GTX 670, but not a Galaxy card.
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