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EVGA GeForce GTX 670 SuperClocked 4096MB GDDR5, 2x Dual-Link DVI, HDMI, DP, 4-Way SLI Ready Graphics Card (04G-P4-2673-KR)
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- Base Clock: 967MHz
- Boost Clock: 1046MHz
- Memory Clock: 6008MHz
- Cuda Cores: 1344
- PCIe 3.0
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HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR TRIPLE MONITOR/HIGH RES GAMERS!
I ALSO RECOMMEND THIS 4GB version versus any 2GB version. Battlefield 3 at 6000x1080 and Ultra settings uses 1.8GB of vRAM. IMHO, it is worth the extra $50 for the 4GB. I forsee future games passing the 2GB mark (which would bottleneck on the 2GB cards) such as Crysis 3 and Far Cry 3. Especially with High-res Texture packs! For those who aren't aware, vRAM doesn't scale with SLI either (so don't look for SlI-ing two 2GB cards to solve this). Although I had THREE 1.28GB 470's, they don't combine to create "3.84GB" of vRAM. Each graphics card gets "loaded" with the same files. THEN they split the rendering process between them. SO, I still only had 1.28GB of vRAM total.
FYI, Crysis 2 @ 6000x1080 maxed with High-res textures consumes 2.2GB vRAM. This would already be bottle-necking on a 2GB card.
Out performs my THREE GTX470's at 1/3rd the wattage!Read more ›
Even if you're just running one card, the 670 is the perfect price point for performance/$$. The card can run a bit hot (73ºC) when running something like BF3 maxed out at 1920x1200, but cools down quickly when you're out of game. Stays very cool (35ºC) when idle or doing basic browsing, email, etc.
80+ fps on Ultra in BF3.
120+ fps in Stormwind in WoW on Ultra.
120+ fps in Diablo 3 on Ultra.
Basically this card is the sweet spot when it comes to high quality cards at reasonable prices.
Even look at videocardbenchmarks.net, and you will see the GTX 670 is actually above the GTX 680.
This is my first nVidia card since my GeForce 5700 Ultra, and I don't regret it. It provides most of what the GTX 680 offers, but at a savings of a few hundred dollars (at the time I purchased). This edition comes overclocked from the factory and comes with 4 GB of VRAM, making this gap even smaller performance-wise. The large amount of VRAM also helps future-proof the card, as I intend to keep this card for a few years at least.
So far it's easily handled anything I've thrown at it, and I have no complaints. It's possible to max out the anti-aliasing and throw a few additional monitors on your computer to see some impact in performance, of course, but for a single video card setup I think it scales very well.
I can't speak to the SLI performance. I have no reason to believe it doesn't work well.
I use this card in Windows 8. No issues as of yet. The latest drivers (and beta drivers) support 8 fully.
Let me know if anyone has any questions and I'd be glad to answer if I can.
Intel Core i7 IB 3770K (running at stock 3.5-3.9ghz)
8 GB DDR3 RAM
120 GB SSD, 128 GB SSD, 1 GB HDD, 2 GB HDD
Windows 8 Pro N
Now I did use this card for about a month or two and it is very fast. However, Far Cry 3 was NOT recommending the most optimal settings and instead a mix between Ultimate and Very High settings options. It also wasn't quite as smooth as I had hoped. It is the most graphics intense game out right now. I have it custom water cooled so it never rises in temperature even when stress-tested.
Crysis 3, coming out in a month, has optimal settings settings that require a GTX680. WHen you compare the two cards they are practically the same so I don't think I would recommend getting a 680, and the best card after that costs about 800-1000 dollars. I am opting for a second one of these GTX670s, which should last at least 2-3 years for playing very good games at high settings. Crysis 3 is known for being a graphics card-melter, so I am going a bit overboard to ensure it is super smooth on optimal settings.
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It was the best card for the money. Handled a decent over clock. Great support from EVGA and Nvidia.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
No complaints with this card. I've water cooled my GTX 670 and it's running very cool and fast. Handles every game at 1080p.Published on May 7, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I purchased this Used item as was unable to locate a new version of
this EVGA model. Stated to be "As New", it arrived in a somewhat tattered
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I bought two of these and have since gifted them to my grandchildren to upgrade their computers for BF4 gaming. Very happy with a solid above 60FPS.Published on January 7, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Plenty of gaming horsepower solid 60fps with high quality settings in every game. Fan can get very loud so you might want to stick a Arctic Accelero Mono PLUS on it for completely... Read morePublished on December 19, 2013 by AmazonShopper247
Moster car I have i7 920 4.0ghz OC my PC kick the ass any game next year I'll change the CPU and mobo, Nvidia is the mother.Published on December 11, 2013 by Pulsefsx