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EVGA GeForce GTX770 SuperClocked with EVGA ACX Cooler, 2GB GDDR5 256bit, DL DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI, DP, SLI Ready Graphics Cards (02G-P4-2774-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
  • 2048MB GDDR5 256bit Memory, EVGA 3 Year Warranty(Registration Recommended).
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Fast just got faster with the next-generation EVGA GeForce GTX 770, a high-performance graphics card designed from the ground up to deliver high-speed, super-smooth gaming.EVGA is also introducing a brand new cooling design; the EVGA ACX Cooler. This revolutionary double ball bearing design offers a 40% increase in heatsink volume, 15% average lower GPU and memory temperatures, and double ball bearing fans with an average lifespan of 12 years. This is a 4X longer lifespan vs. competitors sleeve bearing fans! Not to mention this fan is silent, in fact it is 15% quieter on average!The EVGA GeForce GTX 770 is stacked with unique gaming technologies like NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 that make it fast. Really fast. So nothing will hold you back from taking on - and dominating - your most challenging games.

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 10.5 inches
Max Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600
Memory Speed 7010 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 770
Chipset Brand Nvidia
Graphics Card Ram Size 2048 MB
Brand Name EVGA
Item model number 02G-P4-2774-KR
Item Weight 3 pounds
Product Dimensions 10.5 x 1.5 x 4.4 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 10.5 x 1.5 x 4.38 inches
Processor Count 1
Voltage 12 volts

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ASIN B00CZIQXBA
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4.7 out of 5 stars 295 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #376 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 2.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available May 30, 2013

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I won't go into too much technical detail, but the Nvidia GTX 770 is essentially a repackaged GTX680. As a layman that may sound like a bad thing, but it's actually a good thing, since you are paying over one hundred less dollars to buy the 770. Expect this to play just about every game at 60fps on 1080p resolution with max, or near max settings on video games.

I always buy EVGA cards, so expect the standard high quality from EVGA and you won't be disappointed.
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By B. Mjor on October 28, 2013
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Plays everything I own on ultra settings! Batman arkham orgins, metro last light, far cry 3 to name a few. make sure to check that it will fit in your case, this thing is a monster!

EDIT: Adding Battlefield 4 to the list of games this plays maxed out with great frame rates.
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This is an excellent video card that can handle all the games that I tested it with. Very quiet! I'm still amazed in how quiet it is for what it does. Is about an inch larger than a normal ATX motherboard so take that into consideration. I have a "old" 750 watt power supply that didn't have a 8 pin PCI-E connector, but it was ok since the VC has an adapter to either use 2 6-pcie connectors for one 8 pin connector or to use two molex connector to also make a 8 pin pcie connector.
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This GPU is just about everything I wanted. It's the best price for value product out there. Yes you can also go with the 760 for $100 or so less, but this one will last you longer, and this one will give you that extra boost in the future. Before this card I used to have a 280, yeah, a very old card with a core 2 quad, and this old card ran most recent games in mid to high settings just fine, so this card will last you maybe 5 years or so before having to upgrade, yes, having to upgrade every 2 or 3 years for me is just too much, I don't have that much money, so I usually wait around 5 years and go with a new computer and I do some reasearch and build it myself (never buy prebuilt pcs even if you don't know how to build one, you'll get more for your money doing it yourself, there are tons of tutorials that will teach you how to build one). I know games will be more and more demanding, but just some tweaking and you should be fine in the future I mean, as of now this beauty just runs everything perfect.

I had first considered going with a 760, but then decided this one since I think the 770 is just the sweet spot for me. I can only game at 1080p and at 60fps or 60hz, since I have this hooked up to an old plasma and that's the maximum it allows me, well this card is way above 60fps in very high or ultra setting and I know this because I always have to v-sync on since I suffer constant screen tearing, not this card's fault but the tv's, yes, more than 60fps and my tv can't handle it. So this card is actually overpowered for today's games on 1080p 60fps because you will always have to vsync (if you're using a tv like mine that can't handle more than 60fps) and the card won't use its full potential, so that's why I think it should last for some years.
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By JohnnyRem on February 5, 2014
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I went from a GTX 550ti to a GTX660 to this GTX 770. And I have to say what leaps and bounds it is from my first graphics card. Runs everything top notch without a problem. The only thing I recommend is that you have a good cpu to balance it out with. I just got a fx6350 (previously I had an fx 4100) and I actually see a difference in the performance that my card gives me with the new processor. A machine must be balance. This is definitely on the higher end of GPU's so be weary with your setup! I believe this card is rated # 7 on the passmark benchmark. Anything in the top 10 and you're golden!
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Originally I purchased an MSI Radeon R9 280X Twin Frozr Gaming OC edition graphics card for $309.99 but I had a lot of issues with it. I RMA'd the first 280X card, but the second one wasn't much better. I was going to go with another brand of 280X cards, but then I seen a flood of posts on various forums with people complaining about AMD driver and vbios bugs, that I decided it just wasn't worth the hassle. Funny you don't see these complaints popup in all the reviews, but stop by the MSI's and AMD forums and you see complaints after complaints. And sadly, most of the issues are with the newest batch of cards shipping out.

You typically pay a little more for Nvidia GPUs, but for your money your getting much more reliable drivers and a more efficient card that draws less power. I also can't help but compare the quality of the software, manuals, and packaging. MSI is okay as far as the packaging goes and accessories (VGA 2 DVI adapter and power cables) but the software was buggy, and the manual was short and poorly translated. The EVGA GeForce GTX 770 SuperClocked 2GB cost me $338.99 on Amazon, which is roughly $40 more then the MSI 280X, but the EVGA really impressed me. They included a case badge, bumper stickers, a thick user manual, a quality DVI adapter, black braided power cables, and even the software appeared to be better written. When I browsed the EVGA forums I noticed very few people had problems. The fast majority of users were looking for tips on how to squeeze more OC potential out of the card. A stark contrast to the many many complaints on the MSI forums.

I was also able to compare the 280X and the GTX 770 side by side while playing Titanfall. The differences are small, but they are still noticeable. Water, textures, and lighting was better on the GTX 770.
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