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EVGA GeForce GTX690 4096MB 512bit GDDR5, Dual GPU, 2xDVI-I, DVI-D,Mini Display-Port, Quad SLI Ready Graphics Card (04G-P4-2690-KR)

4.3 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews
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  • 915 MHz GPU with 1019 MHz Boost Clock
  • 4096 MB, 512 bit GDDR5 memory, 6008 MHz (effective)
  • 3072 CUDA Cores
  • PCI-E 3.0 16x, DVI-I, DVI-I, DVI-D, Mini Display-Port interfaces
  • Requires minimum of a 650 Watt power supply, plus 2 available 8-pin PCI-E power dongles
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: EVGA
  • Model Number: 04G-P4-2690-KR
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: Geforce GTX 690
  • Graphics Card Ram: 4 GB
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Product Description

The EVGA GeForce® GTX 690 is NVIDIA's fastest graphics card... ever. It combines the groundbreaking new GeForce® architecture with raw dual-GPU power to deliver truly game-changing performance. Get superior paming innovation that is Meticulously designed - inside and out - for the fastest, smoothest, richest gaming experience, the EVGA GeForce® GTX 690.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11 x 2 x 4.4 inches
Item Weight 4 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.3 pounds
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ASIN B007ZRO3U4
Item model number 04G-P4-2690-KR
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4.3 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,027 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com May 2, 2012

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This card runs amazingly. I love being able to just go into full settings in all games and get constant 60. For those complaining about the lack of HDMI, there's a DVI to HDMI adapter. It has a nice weight to it and the almost full metal finish is amazing. In Battlefield 3 on Ultra at 1920x1080 i got an average of 140 with jumps up to 200 when i turned off V Sync. This card is a bit hard to install if your case has bad cable management since its absolutely massive at 11 inches long but it does push cables out of the way. I would like it if the GeForce logo lit up blue since that's my color scheme but I don't think that's worth a star. If you don't plan on getting multiple monitors then for the next few years you'd be fine with a 680. In addition I'll be able to get quad SLI with this card even though I have 2 slots because this is really just two cards in one, it takes up less power and space, and gives off less heat than two 680s though. It even shows up as SLI in EVGA Precision X. All in all this is a great card for gamers who plan to get multiple monitors or want to be future proof. I would reccomend this.
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This card is great, I will go over each aspect in this review. Overall 10/10.

1. Noise
The fan speed noise at automatic is great, cant hear it not audible at all. at 45% it blends in well with the case fans. at 50%-60%, you will hear the fan if u are at least 2-3 feet near your case with no music or headset or any other sounds happening in your room. Now with a headset you wont notice the fan up to about 75%, and with music on likewise, at least I didn't.

2. Temps: Idle I get around 35c at room temperature 19C/66F / and during load gpu temp is 55C. Room temp at 75F I get 38c Idle and on load I get 60c. I really never see a increase in temp above 10c unless my room temp is above 80F. [The water chamber is this thing is awesome great quality]

3. GPu Usage, Running mmo's I never seen my usage spike above 50%, for those who want to run multiple clients or programs while gaming etc, this gpu will work flawless, FPS is great, i cant give a fix number since it depends alot on the environment and everything, but I haven't experienced any big lag anywhere where, mass people and mass details are being rendered.
[for those who play bf3, i will give information of that next week, right now gotta play tera].

4.Gpu Design/Architecture: This card was well-made its beautiful what else can you ask for, glowing Geforce on the side of it, no plastic really used for its materials, Grade One.

5. Cost: Well its 999 and 1050 for the Signature, Which I do like the box ":D, just wish the shirt was in my size lol!, besides that its worthy every penny, for those who want the argument 670Sli vs 690, I had two 670 FTW edition which were overclocked..
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By Gamer on September 12, 2012
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First, anyone looking to get free Borderlands 2 from Amazon... You will not get it. They said they are only running the promo for GTX 660 ti versions. So, I had to call all over the place. I finally managed to get my code direct from Nvidia. All the numbers I called said Amazon should be giving out codes. Since they are listed on the geforce site. All other e-tailers give the codes but Amazon.

As for the card. It's really well built. But it tends to get hot easy and the fan gets loud. Hot air doesn't come out much from the back vent... But it does spew into the case. It's a good thing I got 7 case fans and a big case.

Some games don't use SLI so the 2nd card is wasted unless the game supports physics. Plus other games need to be power tweaked or they will have frame rate issues because only 50% of the card is being used.

Over clocking was easy. +15% power +123 MHz Boost and +400 MHz Memory and I didn't even try to go higher yet. Ran stable and works great. Just wish temps didn't get so crazy.

Only 3 year warranty... Card should last 5-6 years for games. But you just gotta hope it don't break after the 3 years.

$1,000 is alot so you'll feel some buyers remorse when you get it... lol. Just natural. Once a few days pass things get easyer. If I had to do it all over again. I think I would have gotten 2 GTX 660ti's with better cooling, price and 2 game codes.
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By L. S. Brodsky on February 28, 2013
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I wanted a one card solution for 3 screens that would run at a lower temperature. This does all of that and more. It is hard to think of challenging the capabilities of this GPU. While it is certainly expensive, it performs flawlessly.
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By PA on August 17, 2012
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While expensive, this card is an absolute beast. Plays every current game(even Battlefield 3) maxed with 3 monitors at 5760x1080 in NVIDIA surround. Nice packaging from EVGA. Easy install and great drivers.
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I know what you all are thinking. Who on Earth would spend $1k on a graphics card?! Well... that would be me and many others. I ordered this card directly from EVGA because so many people were price gouging here on Amazon and it was never available on Newegg for purchase. Simply put, the money is well worth it. I can play any game I want at the highest settings. The Witcher 2 on max settings and with Uber Sampling enabled gets me 40+ fps. Note that ubersampling will effectively cut fps practically into 1/3 of what you would get with it disabled. The game looks absolutely amazing with it on. Battlefield 3 on ultra settings? 60 frames no problem. Crysis 2 maxed out? Again, 60 fps. Not that it matter much, but World of Warcraft maxes out (with shadows) at around 150 to 250 without vsync enabled (with a 3770k). These numbers are without even overclocking my cpu or this gtx 690. When I get around to overclocking, this card will perform that much better. Of course, I don't need to tell you that this card performs well because it's currently the fastest single graphics card in the world. I don't plan on replacing this computer for quite some time.

Here's my new system for reference:

Corsair 800D Case
Intel 3770k CPU
EVGA GTX 690
G.Skill Ripjaws X 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) 2133 RAM
Asus P8Z77-V Premium Motherboard
Crucial M4 64 GB SSD
Western Digital Caviar Black 750 GB HDD
Corsair HX750 750 Watt Power Supply Unit (Cables completely sleeved with MDPC-X premium sleeving imported from Germany)
2 x UV Blue Cathodes

Custom Watercooling Loop:

FrozenQ Liquid Fusion V UV Blue Helix Reservoir
XSPC Raystorm Intel CPU Water Block
Swifttech MCP655-B High Flow Pump
XSPC RX360 Extreme Performance Radiator V2 (with 3 x Yate Loon 120mm fans at Medium Speed Rating)
PrimoFlex UV Blue Tubing

This system cost me somewhere around $3k. :)
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