- 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
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Its a GTX 670, its powerful, cheaper model, good GPU 12/01/2013
* GTX 670
* Great for SLI
* normally found for a great price
* Can run most any game
* Not a Gigabyte, EVGA, or ASUS
* VRam gets a little toasty if you OC
* Stock cooler
* Short PCB (preferance)
I found this on some crazy sale for almost $300 flat when GTX 670s were still fairly new.
I was already running a Gigabyte Windforce 670 under a custom loop, and was looking for a second 670 to run SLI.
Since I planned on putting the card under water and it was a second in series of SLI, I was not concerned for the most part, of what brand or spec it was going to be.
The card works great for the price. I have it watercooled and overclocked to all hell. It took the OC fine, and takes the heat, benching, and abuse I throw at it perfectly, and it is almost a year later now...
The VRam gets a little hot to me, but only starts to show an issue, or cause artifacting when I get out of control with my OCs...
I can beat GTX 690s in benchmarks with this and another card under water. And can run anything, like BF4 on ultra settings, everything maxed, at 80fps (1080p mind you)
If you get this at a deal of a price, I wouldn't be wary of it. It's served me very well. A GTX 670 is a GTX 670.
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