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MSI Computer Corp. Computer Video Graphics Cards GTX 780TI GAMING 3G

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  • Core Clock: 1020 MHz
  • Video Memory: 3GB GDDR5
  • Memory Interface: 384-bit
  • Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600
  • Connectors: DVI-I Dual-link, DVI-D Dual-link, HDMI, Display Port
  • Thermal: Fan sink (Dual Fans)
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 5.1 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00HPS4B3M
  • Item model number: GTX 780TI GAMING 3G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2014

Product Description

MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Gaming 3GB GDDR5 2DVI/HDMI/Display Port PCI-Express Video Card

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Customer Reviews

Great graphics card.
Gerrit
Not only the best bang for your buck, but the best period.
Daisy Lyndon
I now only hear my CPU fan ramp up.
Jesse

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jesse on February 25, 2014
This particular 780Ti is one of the best, if not, the best 780Ti currently on the market at the time of writing.

This card is BIG; it is wider than the HD7950 I upgraded from, but about just the same in length. So if you're upgrading from a big card, you have little to worry about.

Now, for what you all came here to read, the performance.

First off, let me set the stage; I'm running an Intel Core i7 3770k overclocked to 4.5Ghz on the turbo core, MSi Z77A-G43 motherboard, 16GB of DDR3 1600 Mushkin RAM and a Rosewill Hive 750watt powersupply

Using the MSi Gaming app on "OC" mode which overclocks the card to 1020MHz for the core clock and 1085MHz for boost I received the following results.

(All games are run at a resolution of 1920x1080)
Tomb Raider: Ultimate Preset with TressFX on 100 - 107FPS
Borderlands: All settings maxed out, PhysX on High - 100 - 135FPS
Battlefield 4: All settings maxed out, No AA 84 - 150FPS Depending on the areas
Metro Last Light Benchmark 64FPS average

Now for a synthetic benchmark
3D Mark Firestrike 10,707

This next benchmark I ran when I overclocked manually using MSi After Burner.
Here are the settings I used:
+125 Core Clock
+400 Memory Clock
105% Power Limit
(Note: Not all cards are the exact same so performance may vary. Some cards are better overclockers than others)

3D Mark Firestrike 11,300!

As you can see, this card is a BEAST of a performer. It eats up the most intensive games with room to spare. This gives me ample performance room for the upcoming "Next Gen" titles now that we're moving into a more graphic intensive space.

This card is relatively cool as well.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 27, 2014
Link to HD YouTube Unboxing Video
http://youtu.be/TJp-Ku3_e04

Pros;
- Possibly the best and fastest GTX 780 Ti currently for the money
- Incredibly quiet.
- Up to 5% cooler than the stock heatsink
- Very well packaged
- High quality caps and components
- Nice and black looks good without a backplate
- Even better power management than stock design due to components
- MSIs military grade quality, card feels solid and doesnt flex
- Had to actually think about coming up with cons, thats great for any product.
- Factory clocked faster than almost all other GTX 780 Tis
- Even better overclocking capability
- No worrying about if my card can run this game, or top that benchmark, it will..

Cons;
- Gigantic, make sure you measure your case!
- No other color stickers, one color theme
- ummm long name

Overall, you definitely get what you pay for.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MTRadke on July 24, 2014
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This video card is the first one I've taken the time to buy in a long while. I am pretty happy with my purchase. Its humorous that I spent more time trying to find something to test this card than actually enjoying what games it plays. There aren't many things I've found that this card won't eat for breakfast at stock clock settings.

I'm not giving this card a 5 star though. The reason for this is that the coil whine that you hear from the capacitors is obnoxious. Its a high pitched squeal that can really hamper enjoyment of many titles. I've researched this problem and found very few things to help with it. My biggest deal with the coil whine is that I shouldn't be searching for a bandaid kind of fix. I've seen people advised by MSI support that coil whine is normal and that nothing can be done. MSI isn't entirely at fault here, as the 780ti chip is known to cause coil whine from multiple manufacturers, but I would have thought with the supposedly top of the crop capacitors that MSI uses this wouldn't be an issue. I wish there was some way to know I could get a card without the coil whine. Spending 700 some dollars on a perfect video card is fine. Having 700 dollars invested in a noisemaker is another thing

The only games I've noticed it in are Tropico 5 and Watch Dogs. The capacitor squeal in Watch Dogs is incredibly bad though. The only way to alleviate is to set vsync at 2. I should not "have" to do that.

Bah. This is probably making me sound angrier with my purchase than I am. This card is well worth the money. I just hope you have better luck than I do with a "normal" feature of this card.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kaori on June 15, 2014
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Pros
Can run all my games at 4k whee. 1 card even!
Didnt think it was good enough. A enjoyable experience.
Farcry 3 ultra [ meh 20-30Fps]
bioschock 3 ultra [30-70fps give or take]
Crisis 2/3 is really pretty.
Terraria [ such WOWs to be had]
Just a few samples, havent bothered with others.

And here I thought you needed 2 cards, I hate SLI/crossfire, too much wattage and heat,
especially gaming in SUMMER TIME 100F!!
I go with extremely energy efficient products.
Idles quite nice at 70 ish watts I think it was. At maxes out at 250-375W.
I notice I had my system underclock for low temps at locked 4x1.6 ghz,
still was able to game fine lols,

Cons :
HIGH heat! 80-92C {depending on games}
Says its normal.
Card IS HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Big as my mini itx board.
Heavy too! need crutches or something to hold its sagging butt.

System.
Samsung 4k 60hz 28"
1 x 780 Ti
1 x i5-2500 [plan to upgrade i7-4790K]
2x1TB +120SSD + 8GB ram.

Other thoughts;
Any HD sitting next to it, temps will raise +10c at least.
Mobo Gets real hot as well.
Upgraded from 660Gtx +1440p. 660 seems doable for 4k.
First time upgrading to top tier grade. Usually stick to $150-$300 Range.
Not sure hows MSI return police works or service works, never
used them before. Havent had issues with their mobos/cards before.
Do prefer evgas support than any other brand.

Hope this card lasts couple of years.
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