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EVGA GeForce GTX670 FTW 2048MB GDDR5 256bit, Dual Dual-Link DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, 4-Way SLI Ready Graphics Card Graphics Cards 02G-P4-2678-KR
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- Base Clock: 1006MHz
- Boost Clock: 1084MHz
- Memory Clock: 6208MHz
- Cuda Cores: 1344
- PCI-e 3.0, Minimum power supply requirement: 500W,2 6-pin PCI-E power supply connectors required.
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Stock speeds on GTX 260 benchmark test: 54FPS
Stock speeds on GTX 670 benchmark test: 140FPS
Got 148FPS same test with this overclock. (roughly 28% overclock)
Another benchmark to help show how good this card is:
Call of Duty MW2 and Call of Duty MW3 get about 90-92 FPS across 3 full HD monitors. (5760x1080) Max every setting.
The card runs cool. In my system idles about 45 degrees and about 70 with Full load and overclock.
You will not be disappointed in this purchase! 5 stars for AMAZON, EVGA, and NVIDIA!
Runs Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 at 1920x1080 max graphics at 130-160FPS
across 3 1080p monitors (5760x1080) you get about 70-75FPS at max graphics.
Crysis 3 Open Beta: Maxed graphics gave about 50-60FPS
With 3 monitors and lowering one setting you get a strong 30 FPS average
As you can see the card still dominates newer games as well
I then looked into the GTX 670's. If I was going to be spending several hundreds of dollars, I wanted to make sure I would have no buyer's regret. I looked at the clock speeds of the GTX 670 FTW and then looked up the clock speeds of a GTX 680. To my shock, they were exactly the same! I quickly compared the prices. About a $100 dollar difference! I was immediately sold on the GTX 670 FTW. This card is absolutely the best value for your buck when buying into the GTX 600 series cards.
After several days of use, the card runs very quiet and cool. Significantly cooler than my previous GTX 570 SC. Furthermore, this card can be overclocked using EVGA Precision X software.
*Author's Note: I ended up buying my GTX 670 FTW from Newegg because at the time of my purchase (May 24th) this item was not being listed on Amazon. These cards have been price reduced $20 due to a recall of some GTX 670 SC's. Also, my card came in plastic packaging instead of the normal EVGA black foam and one of the included cables was out of its packaging.
/watch?v=GlpVho-0pew --Unboxing Video
This on the other hand cuts through Crysis and Crysis 2 like butter at 1920x1200 with everything set to maximum. The card is quiet and looks very cool inside my black on the inside PC case.
I don't see any reason to buy a second for SLI because this can handle anything. Diablo 3 also runs without hick-ups in case you were wondering.
I'm finally pleased and overjoyed to own a card like this that can handle everything I trow at it, maximum settings without the noise and heat of older generation cards.
And of course you can't go wrong with EVGA. The package contents and presentation is top notch and so is the build quality of the card.
I really love this card!
*3rd Generation Intel® Core(tm) i7-3770 (8M Cache, up to 3.4 GHz)
*Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64Bit, English
*8GB2 Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM at 1600MHz
*2TB Serial ATA 3 Hard Drive
*NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 660 1.5GB GDDR5
The GTX 660 is a decent card but I wanted to max all the games I play at 1080p Guild Wars 2, Battlefield 3, The Witcher 2, Tomb Raider 2013, Bioshock Infinite, and of course the Final Fantasy 14 Beta. The GTX 670 gets it all done. Plays Guild Wars 2 Max Settings, Battlefield 3 Max Settings no issues. Bioshock Infinite Max Settings no issue. Tomb Raider 2013 Max Settings no Issue. The Witcher 2 I have to lower 2 things, but it still runs excellent.
One that that has disappointed me is that my card does not overclock as far as others who have FTW cards. I can only hit a 1268 MHz boost clock vs 1300 MHz, and my memory clock can only get to about 3247 MHz vs 3500MHz+ that others report they can get to. In short, the GPUs put into making these cards are not binned, and are instead just tested to make sure they can run at the factory overclock, which most 670 GPUs should be able to do. So if you are looking for strong overclocking, you're playing the silicon gamble just like any other card. In fact, I suggest looking into purchasing a 7870 or a 7970 (Soon to drop in price with the release of the 7970 GHz Edition), which overclock great and perform slightly better than Nvidia cards when they are overclocked. However, if overclocking isn't a big issue for you, stop reading this review, and click the buy button. This card is fantastic.
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The EVGA Gefore GTX670 FTW was a great card, until a Nvidia driver update killed it 4 nights ago.
Before it died it was able to play all the newest games at 30+ FPS with... Read more
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It was used and could have been cleaned before it was shipped, but it works.Published 5 months ago by Daniel
I'd give 5 stars if it didn't die within the warranty period. eVGA swapped me out for a 4GB model. This video card is fine and no need to really upgrade.Published 8 months ago by D. Stith
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