|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||7000 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GeForce GTX 780Ti|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||3072 MB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 780Ti 3GB GDDR5 384-Bit Dual-Link DVI-I DVI-D HDMI DP SLI Graphics Card 03G-P4-2888-KR
- Microsoft DirectX 12 API (feature level 11_0) Support
- Base Clock: 1020 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1085 MHz
- Memory Clock: 7000 MHz Effective
- CUDA Cores: 2880
- 3072MB GDDR5 384bit Memory
- Nvidia TXAA Technology, Nvidia GPU Boost 2.0, Nvidia Adaptive Vertical Sync, Nvidia Surround, Support for Concurrent Displays, Nvidia PhysX, Nvidia 3D Vision Ready, Nvidia SLI Ready, Nvidia CUDA Technology
- PCI express 3.0
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Top Customer Reviews
My interest in this card was for the ability to run three 24" monitors, 1920x1200 each. This is something the 660 Ti really struggled with in games, no matter if it was triple monitor gaming or even single screen windowed gaming it showed its limits with the other two monitors attached. Now with the EVGA GTX 780 Ti Classified there is no issue at all, even with triple monitor gaming the frame rate is solid and the card does not break a sweat.
Before I had the 1920x1200 on three monitors there was no need to have such a card. Which anyone considering this model should be aware of, 1920x1200 or less on a single monitor this card would be a waste. As soon as you punch through the resolution north of this this card comes into its own and the farther up you go in pixel count the GTX 780 Ti or equivalent almost become a requirement.
Now for those who are not familiar with EVGA I can assure you there products and support are second to none. It's been a few years for me since I had run one of their video cards though so I thought I would check in on their support team just to see if they were just as awesome as they have been in the past.Read more ›
In my system ;
4770k, 16gb 1866 Ram, Formula VI MB
Firestrike - 10,800+ score
Cloud Gate - 27,000+
Ice Storm - 171,968+
Some of the highest single card scores I have seen.. I had dual 780's before at only scored 12500 in Firestrike.. So this card just shows you its power!
Some advice for those looking at this card -
- Unless you love overclocking and messing with custom bios configs.. DO NOT BUY This card - Go with an OC 780 TI .. I recommend the EVGA 780TI SC ACX, stock its very close in speed and you don't need to touch it.
- Get the backplate here on amazon with your order - it indeed helped with temps (Dropped mine about 2c) and for those anal about appearance, its a must have.
- DO not run this without at least a 750w PSU... If your playing with overclocks this card can consume near 400w of that PSU by itself... I recommend a Min of 850 - 1000w with playing with this, especially if your running lots of other devices/HDD's.
-Check your CASE SIZE... This thing is massive.. Almost a full 2" wider then a reference board. This will really suck if you get it in the mail and oops it won't fit in your case...
-Consider buying the Hydro Copper kit and going with water cooling to really unlock this cards full potential.. Air you can only do so much, add the water block and watch you soar past 1300...
-Lastly if you do get this card - make sure you flip the BIOS switch to LN2 before putting it in.. The stock bios wont let you overclock much since the profiles are already set.
Once you buy this card I HIGHLY recommend you check the web for "Classified owners Forums" There is EVERYTHING you need to know about your classy and how to maximize its potential..
Good Luck gamers!
my rig is :
cpu / i7 4960x
ram / g skill trident x 2400 32gb
GPU / 1x EVGA GeForce GTX 780Ti 3GB classified , i will sli it later
motherboard / Asus Rampage IV Black Edition EATX DDR3 2133
PSU / corsair ax1200i platinum
I have only owned this card for a few days, but I definitely put in the hours during that time! I upgraded from the Evga GTX 580 1.5 GB graphics card and definitely noticed a few improvements. However, whether or not this is a worthwhile upgrade from a card like the 580 really depends on a person's reasons for upgrading. If you are looking at purchasing a 4k,1440, or 1600 monitor in the next few years and already require a graphics card then this is a pretty great option. The card is pretty much only using about 1-1.5 gb at about 60% load and 50-75% memory (via the nvidia OC monitor) without any overclocking. Basically, there's a whole lot of room to run with this guy! So, if future proofing is your thing and you are looking at upgrading your monitor some time soon then this is a great option. However, the numbers show that for single screen 1080P gaming this card is so overkill that you'll probably squeeze a decade (alright, maybe a bit less :P) out of it before any games can touch it. The reason that I went for it is two fold: For one, I wanted to see what kind of difference the upgrade would make from a 580. For two, I wanted to give myself the option of going for a 3 monitor set up (I already have 2) or possibly upgrading one of the two to 4k, etc. and continuing to game on a single monitor. Options are good!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love it, but I was disappointed to hear that the 980 and 970 series was just being introduced and at that price point when I bought it, those would've been better, but Iam happy... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Mohammed Hassaan
this card is just pure awesome. low power consumption and low heat of course cause of nvida. but this card is still powerful for its agePublished 1 month ago by dallas
Added a 2nd of these to my setup so I can do 4K gaming properly. I usually average 55-60 fps in most games, even though not every game run in full. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dgiaffe
Fantastic card! If you have a 1080p screen this thing can scream. It even did great for my 1440p screen, but quickly ran out of memory at this resolution.Published 4 months ago by Trent Smith
Awesome card. Very fast. Runs every game smoothly at max settings. Only issue with it is trying to get two of them to SLI together. Read morePublished 8 months ago by mattias1172
Excellent performance! Runs very cool and quiet. Keep in mind it's very, very wide. Great for overclocking on air. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kurtis Bickhaus
Epic just epic. Moving from a GTX 580 Classified ultra to this thing is night and day. It runs cool and quiet (compared to the 580) I can hardly tell its there. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Paul Thomas
After 8 months, a fan is broken.
I sent my VGA card to EVGA depot and received another one and it is working finely. Thank you very much.
not long after i bought mine they came out with the 980GTX which blew these out of the water as far as performance is concerned. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Timothy Lee