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Gigabyte GTX780 Ti GDDR5-3GB 2xDVI/HDMI/DP OC Graphics Cards GV-N78TOC-3GD

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  • Gigabyte Ultra Durable VGA Components - 2 oz Copper PCB - Japanese Solid Capacitor - Tier 1 Samsung/Hynix Memory - Ferrite Core / Metal Chokes - Ultra Cooling Low RDS(on) MOSFET Design
  • WINDFORCE 3X 2 Slot 450W Fan Sink With Triangle Cool Technology
  • Core Clock: 1020 MHz (Base) 1085 MHz (Boost) - Memory Clock: 7000 MHz
  • Features DVI-I / DVI-D / HDMI / Display port Output
  • Recommended Minimum System PSU 600W
  • Supports NVIDIA SLI / 3D Vision / Surround / CUDA / PhysX technology
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Product Description

Powered by NVidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU and integrated with industry's best 3GB GDDR5 memory and 384 bit memory interface

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Max Screen Resolution4096 X 2160
Memory Speed 7000 MHz
Graphics CoprocessorGigabyte GTX 780 Ti
Chipset BrandNvidia
Graphics Card Ram Size3 GB
Brand NameGigabyte
Item model numberGV-N78TOC-3GD
Item Dimensions L x W x H15.90 x 9.30 x 3.50 inches
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Shipping Weight3.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableNovember 7, 2013
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Customer Reviews

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Lee on January 7, 2014
There are three versions of Gigabyte 780 Ti windforce cards: regular windforce card, the OC version, and GHZ version. Regular version is just that, a stock frequency with windforce cooling setup. What I wanted to talk about are the latter two. They are both overclocked straight outta the box with GHZ Edition having a slightly higher clock. As of today, I believe the GHz Edition is THE fastest 780 Ti card out at the moment. I decided to go with the OC Edition because 780 Ti (even the reference card) is already the fastest graphic card out there and the difference between the higher two versions are negligible to me anyways and quieter of the two. As with a previous Windforce card, cooling abilities of both cards are excellent. They cool very well (I've seen mine go up to 73 degrees at the most during game play, does go up higher for mining) and those tri-fans are quiet. OC Edition is clocked slightly less from the factory, allowing the fans to stay in the quiet zone. These fans are quiet to begin with but some of the review do mention GHz Edition being a bit louder because of higher clock, thus needing more heat control. GHz Edition also comes with a metal backplate which is more for an aesthetic reason. All in all, they are all ridiculously well performing cards.

Common feature among all three versions:
Windforce cooling
Same parts used
Great pricings compared to a reference card

Factory clock speed.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Smart on February 11, 2014
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When I first got this card I immediately began gaming with it and Battlefield 4 looked amazing maxed-out at 2560x1440 resolution. By the end of the first day with the card the middle fan began rattling audibly, with volume intermittently going from barely audible to downright ridiculous. While the performance of this card is killer, the build quality on the fans has forced me to RMA this card through Amazon. Really disappointing for a $700+ premium video card.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jarod on February 14, 2014
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I have 0 zero regrets about buying this card. It will run anything you throw at it on max settings and with good case airflow, will easily stay below 80 C. If you want the best and don't mind spending the money to get it, I would definitely pick this card up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By EHall754 on March 13, 2014
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Originally I was trying to decide TITAN for $1200 (could not find TItan for $1000 anymore they were all "sold out") or this for around $700. So glad I chose this and used the $300 I saved for my new 1300w psu. Gigabyte did a good job with this one! All the specs of the GTX780TI, but also included a nice stable OC and not too pushy where it may burn out your card. Also, I was concerned when first purchasing that this was going to have a plastic 3-fan assembly, I WAS WRONG, it is solid from top to bottom! Its heavy, sturdy, metals through and through, plenty of monitor connectors and enough speed to do the trick. Slapped it it and ran AION max settings, Assassin's Creed max settings, 3D model rendering in Maya 2014, and rendered in After Effects CS6. All of which no problems! This card is worth the money if you want a well rounded graphics card that can handle workstation and gaming tasks. I primarily do 3D modeling and typically we use Quadros or Firepro workstation GPUs, which if you know about these cards, they are AWFUL for gaming and really built strictly for 3D and CAD based programs. This one performed better than my Firepro V5900 in Maya which I was surprised about. I knew the gaming hands down would be better, but Maya was a surprise. So Overall:

Pros: Sturdy, Powerful, Worth the Money!
Cons: POWER HOG! This things uses some power! But it is expected so I didn't let it affect the stars. Just writing as a heads up. It's also HUGE partially because of the added fan assembly which rocks! Check the measurements before you buy this. I have a Level 10GT full sized tower, if you are on a mid sized, make sure your psu is modular and you save space...Just Saying.
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This is a good card technically, but the windforce cooling has 3 problems:

Problem 1

The card is very long, and longer than the reference Nvidia design. A number of people who can fit the reference design in their system will be unable to fit this longer card.

Problem 2

The windforce design vents a large amount of hot air into the case. Not much air is exhausted out the back. This makes having multiple cards a problem. Considering that GPUs output up to 250 watts of heat per card, it's unacceptable to vent this into the case and cook everything else. The Nvidia design seems better thought out and executed.

Problem 3

The heatsink design of windforce relies too heavily on putting the weight stress of the heatsink through the PCB. By contrast, the reference design has separate anchors to the backplate to take the stress off the pcb.

Basically, windforce cooling has been designed by mouth breathers who have a no grasp of basic cooling design. They evidently think cooling design begins and ends with slapping on some giant fans and a big heatsink.
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