- 1536 CUDA Cores
- 4GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- PCI Express 3.0
Awesome card 01/08/2014
It's an absolute monster. Though, with Battlefield 4, running 3 monitors (not stretched, just 2 monitors for browsing/shows and movies and whatnot.) it can get a bit choppy with everything maxed out (though still above 30 frames no issue. Though, this only happens when I'm watching something that's high resolution on the other screen. I haven't overclocked it yet, though later on I might, should I feel the need. Battlefield 4 is the only game that gives this card any hassle. I can play 3 copies of EVE online simultaneously on fully maxed settings at 1080p and maintain 45+ FPS on each window, no fps drop spikes or lag that could be considered on the fault of the card.
If you don't mind the size of the card, the fact that it doesn't have an EVGA logo on it and you enjoy having a very cool-running card (as video cards go, this has only gotten up to 80 degrees celsius when under full load.) This is the card for you. a lot of people say that having 4g of vram on a card like this is pointless... well, that's only if you're running a single monitor at a time. multiple monitors require higher Vram.
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