|Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Max Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Memory Speed||7000 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||3 GB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked w/ACX Cooler 3GB GDDR5 384bit Dual-Link DVI-I DVI-D HDMI DP SLI Graphics Cards 03G-P4-2884-KR
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- Microsoft DirectX 12 API (feature level 11_0) Support
- Base Clock: 1006 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1072 MHz
- Memory Clock: 7000 MHz Effective
- CUDA Cores: 2880
- 3072MB GDDR5 384bit Memory
- Nvidia TXAA Technology, Nvidia GPU Boost 2.0, Nvidia Adaptive Vertical Sync, Nvidia Surround, Support for Concurrent Displays, Nvidia PhysX, Nvidia 3D Vision Ready, Nvidia SLI Ready, Nvidia CUDA Technology
- PCI express 3.0
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The EVGA GTX 780 Ti is the best gaming GPU on the planet, delivering 25% more cores and exciting new technologies to take extreme gaming to a whole new level. This is pure performance accelerated, giving you the freedom to play every title at ultra settings and max resolutions on today's highest-definition displays. Boost your gaming experience with a stunningly beautiful, quiet design. You get NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 for minimum clock speeds, PhysX and TXAA technologies for smooth, sharp graphics, and GeForce ShadowPlay to capture all your greatest gaming moments, automatically. Whether you're playing on stunning 4K monitors at extreme settings, or multiple monitors at 2560x1600, the GTX 780 Ti provides the horsepower to drive all your next-gen gaming visual experiences.
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With the GTX 580 scored P6557
With the GTX 780Ti Superclocked scored P12859
You can see it is double the result. During the 3DMark tests, the lowest FPS i got was 32, while with the GTX 580 it reached 12.
Idle temp for the GTX 580 was 30c (and that's with liquid cooling), the GTX 780Ti with its ACX two fans idles at 26c
While playing Batman Arkham Origins at full graphics settings, the GTX 580 reached temps between 45c & 50c, the GTX 780Ti between 38c & 43c.
I was very confused whether to go for this one or the Titan 6Gb, but then I read in one review website (i wish if i can remember which one to reference it) that the Titan's only advantages over the 780Ti is the extra RAM, which gives performance advantage over the 780 series if:
1- You use multiple monitors.
2- You use a single monitor that is higher resolution than 1080HD (i.e. 4K HD)
3- You use heavy graphics designing and 3D modeling.
I quote one thing i clearly remember from that site "Basically the Titan is found to bridge the gap between the office/professional use and gaming use. So if you are a graphics designer who do lots of gaming the Titan is for you, but if you want raw gaming card stick with the 780 series).
By the way it is worth to note that the 780Ti Superclocked (this card in review) and 780Ti Classified (both by EVGA, the Classified is a bit faster than Superclocked and about $50 more expensive) exceed the Titan performance. Only difference is the power connectors: Superclocked requires 1x8Pin + 1x6Pin while the Classified requires 2x8Pin and this was my main reason i went for the Superclocked, otherwise I have to purchase a new PSU.
Hope this adds value to anyone who is confused which card to purchase.
To get the bad out of the way first; I did have to buy a new PSU to get this to function. However I knew that going into it and it was for the best as my current psu was just terrible. So this is a good/bad scenario.
The other thing is that this card is HUGE. I have just enough room for wires to get behind it and, once again, I knew that going into this. It's just a tad overwhelming once you have it in your hands.
Now for the good:
Noise- It's pretty damn quiet when it's idling. When I start a game up or what-have-you it becomes a bit more audible but that's to be expected. On a related note, even when running some pretty intense things it never gets that hot so the fans are doing a good job.
Performance (games)- As I said earlier, my previous GPU was quite dated and didn't pack much of a punch, so putting this in was like having my mine blown. To use a very recent game release(Titanfall) as an example; I am able to put every setting (including AA) on MAX and still maintain a constant 60+ FPS. It's somewhat ridiculous. If I was capable of using multiple on this rig I'd probably invest in a second one later down the road and SLI them...
Super easy installation, just plug it in and put in the disk. That's it. No hoops to jump through which was nice.
Nvidia Geforce includes some nifty features for their cards. You can automatically optimize your games if you choose as well as a shadowplay feature. This is just a recording software built into their driver updates. Think "Fraps" if you're familiar but of a much higher quality and no lag while playing. None. It's a magical device which almost makes the card worth buying on it's own.
Read on for a more in depth analysis by a noob.
I understand what CUDA Cores are, I get that more fans = cooler and thus better performance, and I get what Ti SC means. But when it comes to the nitty gritty of graphics cards in general I am a complete noob. But I figured I would give my two cents on this product. I imagine my analysis is more layman's terms so hopefully it's easier to understand for some of you out there.
Installation was easy enough and the manual gives a lot of good instructions but I would look on YouTube for more in depth and personable videos. Every game I play I can do so in Ultra settings while exceeding 60 FPS. EVGA's Precision X software is super easy to use (I know it doesn't come with the card, but I recommend downloading and using it). I have noticed that my office gets a tad hotter than it used to while using this card but it's not much.
If you want a card that will handle most any game for the foreseeable future this is the one for you. There will be no need to upgrade for at least a couple years.
Basically I am extremely happy with my experience 6 months after my purchase and I recommend any PC enthusiast with the cash to blow to buy this card pronto.