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EVGA GeForce GTX 680 2048MB GDDR5, DVI, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort, 4-way SLI Ready Graphics Card Graphics Cards 02G-P4-2680-KR
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Get to the next level with the EVGA GeForce GTX 680. This card delivers truly game-changing performance that taps into the powerful new GeForce architecture to redefine smooth, seamless, lifelike gaming. It offers brand new, never before seen features that will redefine the way you think about performance graphics cards. Expect more from your graphics card that just state-of-the-art features and technology; get faster, smoother and a richer gaming experience with the EVGA GeForce GTX 680.
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UPDATE 24 HOURS LATER WITH HEAVY USAGE: My temperature software shows a cool 26-29 C when PC is doing normal activities like watching youtube fullscreen, surfing the net and photo editing. When gaming it jumps up to a mere 48-50 C so we're talking a really, REALLY good card. It stays relatively quiet until it needs to cool the card down which then the fan does kick in, but to me...it's not obnoxious versus other cards I have heard that don't perform half as good. I'm still loving the super smooth frame rate I get with all the games I've played so far. It's almost like the card laughs at me and asks me to try harder. Just for informational purposes, I'm listing my current PC setup as reference. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
AMD Phenom II X4 945 (3.0ghz Quad Processor)
Corsair XMS3 16GB DDR3 1333 MHz PC3 10666
Cooler Master eXtreme Power Plus 700-Watt Power Supply
Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200 RPM (Main Hard Drive)
Western Digital 500gb 7200 RPM (Secondary Hard Drive)
ASRock Z77 EXTREME6
GTX 680 (x2)
G.Skill 16GB DDR3 1866
Samsung 840 Pro Series 128GB
Respectable for a year old sytem, and still runs BF4 High/Ultra 16x MSAA HBAO at 100-120 fps (1920x1080). Highly recommended for anyone looking for raw power on a budget. Unless you're going for higher resolutions, which 2GB won't really work well for, this is it.
Going from a GTX 460, to the 680 wasn't as serious a jump in performance as I thought it would be. Given the prices of video cards and the rate which you buy them, this left me a little turned off. It still performs great though.
Overclocking seems to be iffy. The EVGA precision program makes it simple to overclock but has a few drawbacks, which may have to do with the card, the drivers, and/or windows 8:
I can only seem to overclock ~60 mhz or so. Bumping up the power only results in a blue screen, perhaps hours after the fact. I understand Windows 8 could be to blame, from reading similar things, but my old GTX 450 seems to handle overclocking fine. Within the same PC.
I use this to game and also mine bitcoins (at the same time even, use '-v -f 1024' to do so on your miner)
It's a slow bitcoin miner, perhaps ~110mhash/sec on a good day. But this was bought before I got into bitcoin, as a gamer. Overall happy.
I received a refurbished video card, installed it, and so far (as of today), I have not had any issues with it's performance. I usually play all my games on high/ultra settings and it's worked perfectly since I replaced it. I definitely got my money's worth and more since the customer service was on top of everything during the RMA process.
Obviously major FPS gains across the board, especially in applications that do not support SLi.
I went for the 2680-kr for a couple reasons:
I found out with my 470's, a year down the road, finding an exact card can be difficult, so I am hoping the "base model" will serve a wise choice later.
I also only run a single monitor for gaming, and 2 other smaller monitors for windows, the 680 will support all 3 monitors at once. (I do believe it will even support one more)
I do not run NVIDIA's surround technology, running only a 1920x1200 resolution so the 2gig card was plenty.
I also overclock my own cards, so I was easily able to get 1280 clock speed out of this card, with some bios flashes and voltage/fan tweaks.
Note the fan will only spin up to 85% with the stock bios, and it's obvious why they did this, above 85%, the fan becomes very loud.
The card is long, was longer then my 470's, but fit in my Antec 900 with no problems.
I am still on the fence weather I should have went with the FTW model or not.
Looking for a waterblock for this card is 'sketchy', almost all the blocks I find say they will fit the FTW model, but they do not mention anything else. I'm sure this is just a lack of research and motivation on my part, I will have to find more rad space in my case to even run liquid on the card anyway.