|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||6008 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GeForce GTX 680|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4 GB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 680 4096 MB GDDR5 Dual Dual-Link DVI/mHDMI/DP/SLI Graphics Card (04G-P4-2686-KR)
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- Base Clock: 1019 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1084 MHz
- Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
- CUDA Cores: 1536
- PCI-Express 3.0
- 4096 MB GDDR5 256bit
- Nvidia SMX Engine, Nvidia GPU Boost, NVidia Adaptive Verticle Sync, Nvidia Surround, Support for Concurrent Displays, Nvidia PhysX, Nvidia 3D Vision Ready, Nvidia SLI Ready, Nvidia CUDA Technology
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In the box: The Evga 680 4096 card, PCI adapter (8pin PCI male to two 6pin PCI female), molex adapter (Two 4pin molex female to one 6pin PCI female), drive CD, DVI-to-VGA adapter, Evga stickers and badges, Quick Start Guide, User Guide, various information inserts ("PCI Express 3.0 Ready", "Power connection options", 15% off coupon for EVGA power supplies).
The 680 runs slightly cooler than the 550ti. This may be due to the better fan/exhaust design, or the included backplate may contribute as well. With a room temp of 26C, idle temp is 30-31C and under heavy load stays below 66C with fan at 70%. The fan does make some noise at 70%, but it is a fairly low-pitched "wind noise" -- as opposed to the high-pitched "whine" of the 550ti -- so actually seems much quieter than the 550ti. The 680 exhausts ALL its air directly out the back of the computer case, which has actually lowered my cpu/memory temps by about 1-2C as well.
Coming from the 550ti, installation was simple since the installed Nvidia driver (314.22) already includes support for the 680. I uninstalled "Evga Precision" and had it delete existing profiles, shut down the machine, and swapped the cards. Upon logon, there was a "installing drivers" message from Windows7, followed by a message to reboot. After reboot, everything came up working perfectly. About as easy as it gets.
I reinstalled EVGA Precision, and setup a mild overclock (+103MHz on GPU, and +90Mhz on memory).Read more ›
Long story short: This "Used - Very Good" card was partially dead from the time I had received it, or, at the very least, it does not like my system no matter which PCI-E slot it's in. This is totally my fault for not being more aware of the possible problems associated with artifacting, but after spending hours stress testing both this used card and my original new card in Uniengine and 3DMark, as well as playing many other games with SLI enabled and having ZERO issues, I can only conclude that I received some sort of finicky card... and, so, with only two on hand of the same card, and one having issues while the other doesn't: this card is inconsistent, and/or there were some quality control issues related to the manufacturing of this card.Read more ›
I would like to thank you for your positive review of the GTX 680 graphics card. I can assure you that we are here to assist you as best we can. If the graphics card was purchase second hand, then we do have our Guest RMA option, to verify if we can assist with a replacement. If you have not done so already, then I would encourage you to contact our 24 hour Technical Support team by phone 1.888.881.3842 and pressing option 1 or by email: Amazon@EVGA.com so that we can further assist you.
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Pros: this model can have up to a 10 year warranty
Cons: even though EVGA has made massive improvements over the first set that came off the line. the 780 is out, I wouldn't waste my money on this card, but i wan'ted to have an SLI system.
The only downside is that the card is -even- longer than my old one. It actually ran into the hard drive cage and physically interfered with it, which was a problem for me, and the only reason I'm not saying 5 star.
Also be aware at the card -required- both the 8-pin and 6-pin PCI-E power cords be plugged into it. They handily include many adapters so you can tap into more standard old-school hard drive connectors.
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I don't think you can find any greater value from nVidia at the moment, if you can find one of these used. They are rare. But wow, an excellent 1440p card with 4GB VRAM.Published 16 months ago by Jake Arnet
I bought a GTX 680 4GB FTW Edition last August, when it was still fairly new. I decided a week or so ago that I needed to upgrade my rig, and I wanted the best bang for my buck. Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by Joshua H.
It runs any game on ultra with perfect frame rate. It asks for a 550w power source, but a 450w runs just fine.Published on June 12, 2013 by Samuel
awesome card, not a Titan but good enough. can't wait to get the last two I need for 4-way SLiPublished on May 6, 2013 by A. Gavin
Upgraded from duel radeon 7500's , its like I've never seen what games should look like on PC before I got this , great card and good pricePublished on April 19, 2013 by Soullecks
Super quiet and super fast. ..what more do you want? I'm not an overclocker but I don't know why you would bother since everything runs so fast....Published on March 30, 2013 by Stonecutter