- 1536 CUDA Cores
- 4GB 256-bit GDDR5
- PCI Express 3.0 x16
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The EVGA difference 10/04/2012
AWESOME!!! I absolutely LOVE the non-reference design of this card! Insanely high 4GB VRAM, vapor-chambor cooling, modified PCB, sick metal backplate, awesome aesthetic design and great overclockability.
Haven't pushed it too far yet but it holds up like a champ so far @1100MHz. Will try for more once I get some games installed.
EVGA makes the best VGA cards, par none. This was totally worth the extra cost over a stock-design GTX 680. It wasn't even that expensive compared to other 4GB GTX 680's either.
Haven't tested out any games on it yet because I'm still getting my new Windows 7 install configured but it OC's well so far so there's no reason to believe that game performance will lack in any way.
Been using MSI Afterburner to OC, not sure if there's any compelling reason to switch to Precision X but I'll give it a try...
Even with just one (I plan on getting a second when I get more $$$) I max out Windows Experience Index to 7.9 across the board.
Also have a Core i7 3930K @4.5GHz, 32GB Corsair Vengeance and a Samsung 128GB SATA 6Gbps Solid-State Drive to keep up with this vicious beast of a card.
Can't wait to get GTX 680 #2...
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