|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||7000 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Gigabyte GTX 770|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
Gigabyte GTX 770 GDDR5-2GB 2xDVI/HDMI/DP OC WINDFORCE 3X Graphics Card GV-N770OC-2GD
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- Ultra Durable VGA Components: GPU Temperature 5%-10% Down - Overclocking Capability 10%-30% Up - Power Switching Loss 10% - 30% Down
- WINDFORCE 3X Anti-Turbulence Cooling Solution with Triangle Cool Technology
- Features DVI-I/DVI-D/HDMI/Displayport outputs with HDCP protection
- Recommended minimum system PSU 550W with two 6-pin PCI-E power connectors
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It's not just the slight performance increase over the 680. It's the price and over-clockability. The new graphics card ships with a 230W TDP instead of the 680′s 195W. This better supports the higher frequencies and stability. On top of this, Nvidia set a base price of only $399 MSRP. So if you were considering dropping $450 for a GTX 680 (Why?), or an AMD HD 7970 GHZ ($420-450) this deserves a serious consideration. Another big plus comes from their driver support. Nvidia is known to have frequent and relevant driver updates. When games like Battlefield and Crysis ship, you know your card will work right away. AMD has made some serious progress with their new Catalyst drivers (12.5 and 12.6) so in some benchmarks they are actually faster. If you're planning on using two graphics cards then stay with Nvidia SLI for now.Read more ›
Current setup is:
Intel Core i7-4820K 3.7GHz Quad-Core Processor
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler
Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 ATX LGA2011 Motherboard
G.Skill Ripjaws Z Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-2133 Memory
Crucial M500 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive
Western Digital Caviar Blue 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 770 2GB WINDFORCE Video Card (2-Way SLI)
Azza CSAZ-8000B ATX Full Tower Case
Apevia 900W ATX Power Supply
- Card is Powerful
- Can handle just about anything you throw at it on a single-monitor setup
- Runs incredibly quiet for how powerful it is. This was important for me as I used this card in an audio/video editing and gaming machine.
- Runs very cool, which is probably why it stays quiet.
The only bad thing I can say is that it cannot handle Dual Monitors without lag in Windows 7 64-bit SP 1. This is a very odd issue that I have never experienced with any video card before. If I put anything up on my second monitor, it starts to cause lag across both monitors and it creates sluggish performance. When I look at GPU-Z, the Core Clock speed of the card drops down from the advertised 1100 MHZ to 100-500 mhz. I have spent two weeks troubleshooting this problem. Have done many BIOS tweaks, Driver reinstalls, registry edits, etc. Nothing fixes this issue. I have tried every single driver NVidia offers for this card and none of them fix the problem. I have found I am not alone with this issue but it also doesn't seem very widespread. There are a few threads on NVidia's forums about this exact problem but there is no solution. The conclusion at the time of this writing is that it's a driver issue. Disabling Windows Aero sort of fixes the issue up, but not entirely. If I'm paying $300+ for a graphics card, I feel that it should be able to run the OS without choking. And if I were the only one experiencing this issue, I would say that I did something wrong. But a quick look around Google shows that I am not alone.
This was a deal-breaker for me and I am sending the card back and purchasing an ATI card instead. My last card was a Radeon HD 6850 and it ran dual monitors smoother than this despite the lower-end hardware of that card.Read more ›
The card itself is a 5/5. It's very fast... supposed to be faster than a 680.
The drivers for Windows 7 were fine. Card never had any issues, and performed well in games / benchmarks. Overclocks well too...
However, in 8.1 it's a different story. I realize this isn't all nVidia's fault. But by now, this should be sorted out. Performance suffers in 8.1.... benchmakrs and games are hands down slower. I have also noticed reliability issues running the same conservative overclocks I did in Win7.
There has been several driver revisions since I switched to 8.1, and none of them have fixed all the issues. This feels like I'm back in my AMD days and that was why I moved away from AMD to begin with.
I'm sure they will get it all sorted out... hopefully soon, it's been months of small issues....
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I bought this card almost a year ago and it still provides great fps on games like Diablo 3 and Wow on high graphics settings.Published 8 months ago by E. Corrigan
Good value, worked in OS X (but not in SLI / two cards would crash most video apps immediately). Ended up returning them and getting a 780 instead (worth the extra $)Published 9 months ago by David Moffitt
Runs all my games at max levels beautifully. Really brought life to a 5 year old computer.Published 12 months ago by Tallinxxx
Got two of these for my mid-range gaming system at home. Work great once setup and came with games. Gotta love it.Published 15 months ago by Anonimo
Stuffed into a silent rig with stock cooling (no OC) enclosed in Corsair Carbide 330R on a Gigabyte GA-Z87X-D3H board (I try to match card and board manufacturer whenever possible,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by lorrink