|Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||6008 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GeForce GTX 760|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2048 MB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 760 Super Clocked ACX 2GB GDDR5 SLI Ready Graphics Card
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I initially was looking at the GTX 770 with 4 gigs of ram, however, since this was pretty much a spur of the moment purchase in terms of buying a PC and subsequently upgrading said PC, I really couldn't justify spending another $450+ on a graphics card (really, I couldn't justify it to my wife, but I digress).
After several agonizing days of reading and watching reviews I decided I would "settle" for the 760. "WOW! OMG! WTF have I been missing?" These were pretty much the only thoughts that went through my mind after running some games on my new baby. I feel as if I have already entered the next generation of gaming! Yes, there are other "better" cards on the market, but I am in no way disappointed in my purchase. I am still in awe while playing games that I've previously played on a console because the difference in quality is amazing. Everything I have, mostly newish releases of 6 months or less run on max or near max settings with no problems. The frame rate is smooth as silk and so is everything else.Read more ›
For the games that I play, this card does the job well. Granted, it's not the best since I still get some "medocre" frame rates with certain games. Still, the over all performance is great. My system is an old system now (4 years old): Core i7 950, 12gb RAM, Windows 7 Ultimate, and running 2 monitors. This card is a big improvement from the GTX 285 1gb that I had before. I estimate about a 30-50% increase in performance. Obviously, you can go to benchmark websites for more accurate testing, but here are my average FPS numbers based on what FRAPs tells me.Read more ›
First of all, thank you so much for your extremely comprehensive review. We appreciate you taking the time to tell people in-depth about your experience with the GTX 760.
As far as memory size on the cards go, we offer our 4GB cards for detail-rich gaming in titles like Skyrim (with heavy modding, if desired) and the upcoming Battlefield 4 release (which recommends 3GB of VRAM for Ultra settings). The extra 2GB of memory over the stock card should give you a bit of a leg up when you start increasing detail settings. In addition, it should give you some future proofing for titles down the road, especially if you plan to hang onto your card over that 3-5 year upgrade cycle.
No real complaints... Other than the fact that it's not free and it didn't come with a box of cookies.
A NOTE FOR PEOPLE UPGRADING FROM AN OLDER CARD: the 760 takes an 8 pin PCIe, and a 6 pin PCIe connector. If you are like me and have a slightly older Power Supply, many of the older units only have two 6 pin PCIe connectors. Although the 760 comes with adapters, the EXTENSIVE research that I have done HIGHLY discourages people from utilizing the adapter. As a matter of fact, EVGA has a warning printed right on the adapter itself, cautioning the end user to research the AMPERAGE of their Power Supply (the 760 takes 30 amps, which many older, multi 12v rail-centric Power Supplies do not have (at least across all of the rails - many are maxed out at 18 amps).
If you are upgrading, just do yourself a favor and upgrade your Power Supply, too; I got an AWESOME Corsair 600W modular unit (the CX600M) for 64.99, and it installed REALLY well, and the cable management of the modular unit is just awesome.
If you are on the fence, just get this damn thing and enjoy. You will be blown away.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This card is a great starter card for anyone who is looking to complete there first build and it's also a great choice if you are looking for a good upgrade on a budget. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Andrew S
Not the newest card, but works great in my hackintosh. Worked out of the box. Powering a 27" 4K monitor and a 22" 1050 monitor. Everything looks beautiful. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Marc
Easy and powerful GPU to install in my hackintosh. Plug and play ease. The only catch if you're using this with a hackintosh build is to run the nvidia driver installer for your... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Drew Lankford
We purchased this card August 2, 2014. It worked well but started screen tearing June 4th. Nothing helped. Screen got so bad we could not do anything since computer would freeze. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A
Been using this card for a few years now and it's still doing more then I ever thought it would.Published 2 months ago by John Cochrane
worked like a charm still loving this thing little problems with the Hdmi port thought seems to freak out if wiggledPublished 2 months ago by Nullble
finally replaced this after nearly 18 months and it still works great i just needed more power to keep up with todays gamesPublished 3 months ago by Richard Jackson
I really liked this card...while it worked. 17 months and it has died. I only play World of Warcraft and maybe a little Hearthstone. No undue pressure on the card. Read morePublished 3 months ago by TCloud