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ASUS 4GB Memory Video Graphic Cards GTX680-DC2-4GD5

by Asus
7 customer reviews

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  • l  4G memory size offers perfect gaming experience at extremely high resolutions
  • 20% cooler and 3X quieter performance with ASUS exclusive DirectCU II thermal solution              
  • l  ASUS uses 6+2 phase power design and 25 capacitors in DIGI+ VRM and Super Alloy Power technology for precise digital delivery and enhanced overclocked headroom. (compared to 4+2 phase in reference card)
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Product Description

The newly arrived ASUS GTX680-DC2-4GD5 ships with 28nm GPUs and 4GB GDDR5 that offers perfect gaming experience at extremely high resolutions. To fully harness the power of new GPU technology, ASUS GTX680-DC2-4GD5 sports ASUS exclusive DirectCU II fansink and flatten copper heat-pipes directly contacted the GPU, not only making this card 20% cooler but also leading 3X quieter operation than reference card. ASUS redesign GTX680 with DIGI+ VRM offering precise digital delivery for better software overclocking stability

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 1.7 x 5.4 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00A7QAKL6
  • Item model number: GTX680-DC2-4GD5
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 30, 2012

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KMW on March 13, 2013
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I bought two of these bad boys for my gaming computer in SLI. I needed 4GB's since I run triple screen on 3 24 inch monitors at max resolusions.

Here is the rundown

1. This is great looking card
2. Comes with Backplate, so it has good weight
3. Will take up two PCI 3.0 slots so think about that planning out your MOB
4. 1 x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort 2x DVI
5. Great for 3D gaming or 2d Surround gaming
6. Can play all my games at Max settings, 60fps. Currently playing: EVE Online, Champions Online, Skyrim, Mechwarrior Online, Hawken and a bunch of other games

I'd say this is a great card if you need something powerful for your three monitor setup at max settings. This card can handle it.
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By Dim4 on March 3, 2014
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Great card. Much better investment than buying 780ti if you got another one of those monsters. But, be minded that they get HOT! Running stress test, temps reached over 78C in my Haf X. When gaming though I never seen the cards go over 65C. Also I am waiting for 120mm Sli cable so I can space the two cards apart. I got Sabertooth x79 with x16 x16 x8 Pci3 ports and going with x16 x8 which will be x8 x8. I've read that performance will decrease by 1%-5% but the temps will be much lover. Other then that I am gaming on 30" monitor with 2560x1600 resolution. Playing with one card was okey but I could see it struggle in some heavy games like Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition. I had to lower some setting like aliasing from 8x to 4x. With additional card everything stabilized and I've got very good fps on every setting on max.
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I'd done the research, checked the benchmarks, and read many a technical review before finally deciding on this card. I've had great experiences with ASUS in general, and their 680s have been getting good reviews. I have a really good gaming desktop, but it's 3 years old, and while I really enjoy my 480GTXes, the 680 has been a dramatic improvement.

FITTING IN
If you're looking to drop one or more of these in your computer case, you definitely want to check the measurements, as this card is LONG. It is just a tiny bit longer than my 480GTXes, but inside a case that may make all the difference, so check the dimensions before buying. I've also noticed that the heat-pipes stand just a tiny bit taller than the 480GTX, so if it's already close quarters between your side panel and your current card, check measurements. The card has two 6-pin power plugs. If you have 8-pin plugs, most allow you to separate the last two pins for just this purpose, but if for some reason you don't, then ASUS provides you with a power 'Y' cable that will convert two Molex (4-pin) plugs into one 6-pin video plug.

FIRING UP
The ASUS 680 GTX is all about small improvements leading to big gains: the two fans atop the heatsink are large, but the fan motors have noise dampening built into them. There were issues with the 480s getting heat trapped between the end of the card and the back of the case, so slight changes to the shape of the vents have fixed this problem. Because there is a monstrous amount of metal hanging upside down off the card for heat blocks, fans, and pipes, the backplate is the size of the card and the countersunk screws tightly hold everything in place.
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I'd done the research, checked the benchmarks, and read many a technical review before finally deciding on this card. I've had great experiences with ASUS in general, and their 680s have been getting good reviews. I have a really good gaming desktop, but it's 3 years old, and while I really enjoy my 480GTXes, the 680 has been a dramatic improvement.

FITTING IN
If you're looking to drop one or more of these in your computer case, you definitely want to check the measurements, as this card is LONG. It is just a tiny bit longer than my 480GTXes, but inside a case that may make all the difference, so check the dimensions before buying. I've also noticed that the heat-pipes stand just a tiny bit taller than the 480GTX, so if it's already close quarters between your side panel and your current card, check measurements. The card has two 6-pin power plugs. If you have 8-pin plugs, most allow you to separate the last two pins for just this purpose, but if for some reason you don't, then ASUS provides you with a power 'Y' cable that will convert two Molex (4-pin) plugs into one 6-pin video plug.

FIRING UP
The ASUS 680 GTX is all about small improvements leading to big gains: the two fans atop the heatsink are large, but the fan motors have noise dampening built into them. There were issues with the 480s getting heat trapped between the end of the card and the back of the case, so slight changes to the shape of the vents have fixed this problem. Because there is a monstrous amount of metal hanging upside down off the card for heat blocks, fans, and pipes, the backplate is the size of the card and the countersunk screws tightly hold everything in place.
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