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GIGABYTE GV-N670OC-2GD GeForce GTX 670 Windforce OC 2048MB GDDR5 256-bit PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Graphics Card

4.6 out of 5 stars 121 customer reviews
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  • Powered by nVidia GeForce GTX 670 GPU
  • Integrated with the first 2048MB GDDR5 memory and 256-bit memory interface
  • Features Dual link DVI-I/ DVI-D/ HDMI/ DisplayPort with HDCP protection
  • Base clock - 980 MHz; boost clock - 1058 MHz
  • 9.System power supply requirement - 550W
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  • Brand Name: Gigabyte
  • Model Number: GV-N670OC-2GD
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: Geforce GTX 670
  • Graphics Card Ram: 2 GB
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Product Description

Powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 GPU and Integrated with industry's best 2GB GDDR5 memory and 256-bit memory interface

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11.2 x 1.5 x 5 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.1 pounds
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Item model number GV-N670OC-2GD
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4.6 out of 5 stars 121 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #960 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com May 10, 2012

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I got 2 of these for SLI and I absolutely love them. Both overclock well over 1300Mhz (1313Mhz one and 1340Mhz on the other) without touching the voltage, and in my case they stay between 65C and 75C when gaming. For benchmarks they climb into the 80s. I had a Sapphire Radeon HD 7970 OC 3GB DDR5 HDMI/DVI-I/Dual Mini DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 11197-01-40G that ran hotter and louder than these cards. Not to mention that it was more expensive and benchmarked lower. For this generation of GPUs, Nvidia is has the edge in price and performance.

Right now these cards are more than $200 cheaper then their big brother the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 680 OC 2 GB GDDR5 DVI-I/DVI-D/HDMI/Display port PCI-Express 3.0 Graphics Card (GV-N680OC-2GD). With that price difference one would expect there to be a large performance gap. However if you look around online you'll find the number to be about 5%. In my personal experience comparing one of my 670s overclocked to an overclocked 680 my scores came in 2% lower. If you're willing to pay $200+ for 2% performance then you should just get 2 GTX670s and get way more than 2%. The increase in performance for going SLI is better than ever. The worst you can expect is 175% increase, and the best is nearly double at 198%. Long gone are the days of only getting 30-40% increase for going SLI. Long live the 670!
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Just upgraded from my GTX 560 ti 448 which I bought not too long ago (6 months maybe), I knew that was a card to get me from the GTX 470 to the GTX 670 when I bought it but was not expecting this performance increase. I am seeing 45-50% increases in FPS in benchmarks and games! all while running quieter and cooler. The MSI 560 448 I had wasn't loud but I had to turn up the fan speeds to get the OC I wanted. On the Gigabyte 670 I don't! Remember that temps have just as much to do with your system setup (airflow in case) as with the cooling on the card. For instance people are getting low to mid 60s in temps on this card, but I get low to mid 50s. I have designed my case for amazing airflow with 10 Cougar case fans which are really quiet but move tons of air, getting temps in the low 50s while gaming and around 56-57 degrees while stress testing. Stock reference cards in basic case setups are normally around 70 degrees for this card.

The main game I bought this for was Skyrim, I had given up on it until the new cards came out because I was pushing my old card too much to get 35-40 fps and it was causing lots of crashes. I am running at 2560X1440 resolution. This card is amazing, with Adaptive V Sync I am constantly around 60 FPS in Skyrim now and the gameplay experience is so much nicer, feels like a different game! I even notice the card doesn't have to work as hard with games like Civ 5 making the system run even cooler and more silent. This generation is really worth the upgrade, a stock GTX 670 blows away the old GTX 580 by 20%+ how often does a card that cost $100 less do that to the previous generation?

As for overclocking, I never really OCd my cards until my last one *have always done CPU* but this thing works great.
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I had an AMD Radeon HD6970 and it exploded (not literally but there was a flash and a loud popping sound). After having so many driver crash issues and rendering glitches, it was time to get a new card. Conveniently enough, it exploded, making it the perfect opportunity to get a new card. I decided to make the switch to an Nvidia card and am glad I did.

In my opinion, Nvidia makes a higher quality products that are well worth the extra money spent and will withstand the test of time. This costs about $40 more than the 6970 and I am experiencing much higher FPS, around 30 higher on average and it runs cooler and quieter than the 6970 did. The drivers never crash and updates are faster and easier. There is also the advantage of having Nvidia Physx which games such as borderlands 2 support and is exclusive to Nvidia cards.

For most gamers who are willing to spend the extra money, this is a good mid to high range card that offers great performance at a reasonable price, and operates flawlessly.
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When I first saw the 680 PCB, I figured nVidia would use it for a 670 as well, maybe cutting a power phase to save on cost. I was wrong, way wrong. I laughed when I saw the reference 670 PCB. It may work, but it's not for me. Gigabyte's not only using a 680 PCB, they beefed up power delivery with an additional phase and 8-pin connector. Top it with an exceptional cooler and sell it at a reference design price, now that's my speed.

Regarding fan noise, one user posted that fans are loud past 60%. In a good case with adequate air flow, fans are not likely to ramp past 50%, even under load with moderate overclocking. Most people are not looking to push a card to its limits, thus most people will not have a need to manually adjust fans past 60%. With proper case design and normal use, this cooler is one of the quietest available.

I'd like to close by focusing on the thermal interface material (TIM) Gigabyte is using. It's some of the best I've seen in my 10+ years of tearing coolers off to rework low grade TIM. A good cooling solution starts with quality TIM and good contact with critical components. The WindForce 3 cooler contacts the GPU, memory, and PWM components; many solutions don't contact memory or PWM components. Search for "hitechlegion" to find their website and check out their review of this card. Pay particular attention to the disassembly pics. You'll see the quality. Gigabyte scores big with this card..
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