- 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5
- Core Clock 863MHz
- Boost Clock 902MHz
- 1 x DL DVI-I 1 x DL DVI-D 1 x HDMI 1 x DisplayPort
- 2304 CUDA Cores
- PCI Express 3.0
Of course it is good! 05/31/2013
Cool,quiet,solid,heavy ( Compared to 680's), MSI brand, I ordered at 4pm and recieved at 2pm the following day /shipped directly from msi, wow fast shipping.
I bought this because Games keep getting more and more stressful on the cards ( I hate that) and seeing as I run a 2560x1440 monitor I was having to run 680 on sli and I hate messing with sli and crossfire but that is just me.
I didn't run a lot of tests but I have loaded many games and this thing is quieter than my 680's and gives me the performance I require for single card use and settings I like. If you are looking for strait fps you could spend about the same on a crossfire setup or sli and get more for close to same price but if you like single card solution this seams great or the Titan.
My system. MSI x79A-GD45,I7email@example.com 24/7
H100 with 4 Noctura fans, push pull
16gb G.Skill 2400 memory running at 2133 8-10-9 1.65v
1000 watt ps,bunch of ssds all tucked in a cosmos s case
My only true fps test was Metro last light, results below and I tested again to verify fps highs with physx on
Test settings: dx11,2560x1440,texture filter 4x,motion blur low,no ssaa,tesselation very high,no physx.
Average frame rate,47.00,Max 94.42,Minimum 10.49
Next test was with physx on and texture filter 16x, all the rest stayed the same.
Results: Average 30.50,Max 146.37,Low 4.29
running either MSI afterburner or EVGA precision x my card never went over 71c at 72% fan speed. My case is very well cooled by Cougar and Noctura fans as I hate fan noise with a passion.
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