|Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||7010 MHz|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2048 MB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 770 SC 2GB GDDR5 256 -Bit Dual BIOS Dual-Link DVI-I/DVI-D HDMI DP SLI Ready Graphics Cards with ACX Cooler 02G-P4-2776-KR
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- Microsoft DirectX 12 API (feature level 11_0) Support
- Base Clock: 1111 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1163 MHz
- Memory Clock: 7010 MHz Effective
- CUDA Cores: 1536
- 2048 MB, 256 bit GDDR5
- NVIDIA TXAA, NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0, NVIDIA PhysX, NVIDIA FXAA, NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync, NVIDIA Surround, NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready, NVIDIA 3-Way SLI Ready, NVIDIA CUDA Technologies
- PCI Express 3.0
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MSRP 349.99 (at the time of this review) The card started at around $400-429.99 at launch, I believe.
Check for rebates, They generally have a $20 MIR listed on the EVGA site and Amazon is pretty good about including them as well.
--- Why I bought a new card
I pretty much bought this card to get more out of my Battlefield 4 gaming experience. I played the Beta with my old HD 6850 and constantly felt that I was at a disadvantage because I was only getting about 30-50 frames in 3 Flag Domination. Conquest was much worse.
I picked up a 120hz BenQ monitor and this card can easily push out 60+ frames to feed the monitor. I'd say it averages about 70-110 with a mixture of Ultra/High/Medium settings. I'm not sure because my CPU (AMD 1090T Black 3.2ghz, stock and OC'd up to 3.8) is a bottleneck at the moment. I'm splitting my editing and gaming rig into two machines soon and will be putting a AMD FX-8350 4.0Ghz (OC on this chip is insane) into an Asus Sabertooth 990FX Motherboard so that bottleneck should be gone. I'm pretty sure with some settings tweaking I should be able to get some smooth 120hz gameplay.
I'm starting a gaming channel on YouTube and utilize Adobe Photoshop, Premiere and After Effects. These and many other cards have started to utilize GPU-acceleration for rendering and previews. The CUDA-cores on this card are 5th in the NVIDIA (not considering Quadro cards since they are for workstations) to only the 690, 780, 780 ti and Titan. Editing videos has been much less of a pain with this card.Read more ›
The cards come stock at 1111MHz with a boost to 1163MHz. It also clocked in at 2222MHz for the shader clock. I won't go into the benchmarks since other reviews here do that well (Furmark, Unigine, etc.). Instead I'll review by comparison. I decided to build a brand new computer as a workstation/super gaming machine based on the Z87 chipset from Intel. Since my only other experiences with gaming graphics cards are GTX 560 Ti, 460 SE, and the older 280, this will be more of a comparison between those cards and this one. I had no more need to overclock these cards... and I had bought two of them. These cards are clocked just a bit further than my GTX 560 Ti's (also in SLI with voltage and clock OCs), and the cards are STOCK. In short, you really don't need Overclocking. This card is legit.
Lower end graphics games like World of Warcraft or League of Legends didn't see much of a difference... if any at all. Guild Wars stopped lagging at highest settings, and the real winners here (for me) are Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. These two games look fantastic at max settings. I'm fairly sure just one of these cards will easily dominate.Read more ›
2) It's not outrageously priced
3) It pushes 60+ FPS at 1080 in any current game maxed out.
4) Low Temps
5) Low Wattage
6) No Fuss, just GAME on max settings and watch people melt on your screen.
There isn't much more to say.... you can't go wrong with this board. I built my kids pcs using these and the GTX770 is just OVERKILL for 1080P. My kids are ecstatic!
Just absolutely kills older games on max settings. WoW on max settings looks beautiful (if there is such a thing in WoW).
- Asus Sabertooth Z77 Mobo (not overclocked)
- 240 GB SSD (Corsair Force GS)
- 8 GB DDR3 (1866 MHz RAM)
- EVGA GeForce 770
- Intel i5 3570K @ 3.40 GHz
Most Recent Customer Reviews
honestly still really relevant and a great card, if you build a budget pc in the future and the 970s are too costly, nab a used one of these.
Bought this new after I bought a factory refurbished one. It handles heat well and is still going strong.Published 6 months ago by Dan
was good while it lasted , still is good but my gameplay required a better card .Published 14 months ago by J. R. lowrie
Upgraded from a 560 ti sli setup and I couldn't be happier. Can run all current gen games on ultra settings with my setup. Very pleased!Published 19 months ago by Chris
Best card out there for the money without having to upgrade my 550 power supplyPublished 21 months ago by Daniel Huber