|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Memory Speed||6008 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GeForce GTX 680|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
Zotac GeForce GTX680 4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDMI DVI-I DVI-D DisplayPort Dual SLI Ready Graphic Card, ZT-60103-10P
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- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 GPU, 1536 processor cores, 4GB GDDR5, 256-bit memory bus, Engine Clock (base): 1006MHz (boost): 1058MHz, Memory clock: 6008MHz, PCI Express 3.0 (compatible with 1.1)
- NVIDIA GPU Boost technology, NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync Technology, NVIDIA SMX shader architecture, NVIDIA PhysX technology, NVIDIA CUDA technology, NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround support, NVIDIA SLI ready (3-way)
- NVIDIA GeForce driver, Microsoft DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.2, Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7 x86/x64
- Display Port 1.2 (4K ready), HDMI 1.4a (4K ready, w/audio), DVI-I (VGA with included adapter), DVI-D (digital only), Quad simultaneous display capable, HDCP compliant, Dual SLI bridge connectors (3-way)
- ED 480p, HD 720p, HD1080i, Full HD 1080p, Quad Full HD (4K)
- 600-wat power supply recommended, 195-watt max power consumption
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Experience game-changing performance with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 680 powered by a powerful new GeForce architecture that redefines smooth, seamless and lifelike gaming. The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 680 raises the performance bar with new NVIDIA GPU Boost technology that maximizes clock speeds on the fly for maximum performance in every gaming scenario. New NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync technology adapts the monitor's vertical-sync dynamically to current frame rates for maximum gaming smoothness and playability with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 680. Take your gaming experience to the next level with NVIDIA Surround technology for an unmatched immersive gaming experience with a single ZOTAC GeForce GTX 680 graphics card and triple displays.
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If your monitor resolution is 1920x1200 or below, the standard 2GB version is sufficient. If you use nVidia Surround or ultra high resolution, then this 4GB version will allow you to use higher quality textures and filters.
This card did not disappoint, it's excellent. Of course, it's not fair to compare it to my old card, but I can say that when I fired up Battlefield 3, my jaw dropped because the image quality was so much better. Even with the old card, I had the graphics set to ultra (It was a little stuttery but playable), but with the new card, the game looked so much better I just stood in one spot, looking around and saying, "Wow". Even the sky looked better with just the stupid clouds up there haha. I didn't know I could get better quality with a new card, I though that the in-game "Ultra" means "Ultra", right? Anyway, after a few minutes of admiring the scenery, I started playing and it was all silky smooth no matter what was going on. I always play multiplayer online, by the way. I've put in about 15 hours of online Battlefield 3 with the new card at this point, it's been awesome, and totally trouble-free. Of course, I had to try Crysis 3, so I got that a few days ago and it looks fantastic and plays smoothly, with all graphics set to ultra. There's many modes of AA in the game options, and this article at Hardocp does a nice job of explaining: [...] I tried all modes of AA with no perceptible drop in quality or speed.
Other notes: The card runs quiet; there's been no additional noise that I can detect, and I sit 2 feet away from the PC. Temperature peaks at 73C while playing FPS games. Memory usage peaked at 1.428 gigs RAM out of 4 gigs. There are two 6-pin power connectors on the card, and they're mounted on the top so when you plug your power connectors in, they won't butt up against your drive cages. I have a full tower case so this wouldn't have been a problem anyway, but I'm mentioning it because I know a lot of people have a mid-tower.
Cons: None, but I'm an idiot because when I started peeling off the thin plastic film that protects the card during shipping, I peeled the whole main sticker off by mistake. Don't do what I did!
Here's my other PC components:
Note: I don't overclock anything, don't need to.
Benq XL2420T 120 Hertz gaming monitor, native resolution 1920 x 1080, which is what I leave it at for games and applications
Intel Core I7-3770k processor, stock fan/heatsink
32 Gigs Crucial Ballistix Sport 1600 ram (Yes, I know I don't need this much but $140 at Microcenter, I couldn't resist)
Asus P8Z77-V Pro motherboard
Patrio Pyro SSD - Windows 7 installed on this drive
OCZ Agility 3 - Games installed on this drive
Hitachi 1.5 TB old-fashioned magnetic drive - For file storage
Thermaltake Chaser MK-I full tower case
Thermaltake 850 Watt modular power supply