- 2880 CUDA Cores
- 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5
- PCI Express 3.0
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Very Nice 11/22/2013
Exceeded my initial expectations. I'm coming from 2 670's in SLI, bought one of these cards last weekend (from EVGA not Newegg, since Newegg didn't have this particular card yet). Thought it was going to be a minor upgrade until I fork out the dough for another one of the bad boys after the first of the year. Man was I wrong. I am getting so much better FPS in games than what I read I may be getting from benchmarks and review sites. Straight out of the box and into my PC without any additional OCing I'm getting results that are putting me over a 690's marks. And gaming hasn't been better. I am extremely satisfied with the amount of cash I spent. I have a friend (clan-mate) who just purchased an AMD 290x. After seeing my benchmarks and experiencing various issues with the 290x he's talking about returning it and spending the extra cash on an Nvidia.
EVGA is having a deal go on right now, so not only did I get the three free games but after registering my card I received an additional two games. Deadfall and Painkiller. Nothing I was looking forward to, like Assassins Creed Black Flag, but 2 more games I didn't have before is always a plus.
When I give this card a slight Overclock, above and beyond the factory overclock (+100/+300above factory OC) This card blazes. Puts the Titan to shame by almost double in most game benchmarks. Also put me about 15 or so FPS higher than a 690. Not bad for a single card solution.
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