|Screen Size||11.5 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Memory Speed||7000 MHz|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||3 GB|
Gigabyte GTX780 Ti GDDR5-3GB 2xDVI/HDMI/DP OC Graphics Card (GV-N78TGHZ-3GD)
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- Gigabyte Ultra Durable VGA Components - 2 oz Copper PCB - Japanese Solid Capacitor - Tier 1 Samsung/Hynix Memory - Ferrite Core / Metal Chokes - Ultra Cooling Low RDS(on) MOSFET Design
- WINDFORCE 3X 2 Slot 450W Fan Sink With Triangle Cool Technology
- Core Clock: 1080 MHz (Base) 1150 MHz (Boost) - Memory Clock: 7000 MHz
- Features DVI-I / DVI-D / HDMI / Displayport Output
- Recommended Minimum System PSU 600W
- Supports NVIDIA SLI / 3D Vision / Surround / CUDA / PhysX technology
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I ran 3 benchmarks to test. 3DMark v1.2.250, Unigine Heaven 4.0 and Unigine Valley 1.0.
My ambient temps are 19.44c (or 67f)
Tested temps at idle showing 30c using only a browser.
Tested temps at load using Unigine Heaven 4.0, which MSI Afterburner showed the GPU running 99% with 90% power
Fan Auto 83c [fan was steady at 70% on Auto during load) and not any noisier than idle
Fan 80% 76c and slightly noisier than idle
Fan 85% 75c and a little bump up from 80%
Fan 100% 70c and noise is noticeable but not like a jet engine some cards manifest
Benchmarks ran at 2560X1600 resolution on a HP ZR30w 30" S-IPS LCD 60Hz refresh rate
Corsair R500 PC Case, H110 CPU Closed Loop Cooler and 1200AX PSU
Intel Haswell 4770K CPU OC'd to 4.2Ghz on a Asus Maximus Hero VI motherboard
16GB (8x2) G-Skill Trident 2400Mhz Ram
Crucial M500 960GB SSD
SBz PCIe sound card
3DMark FireStrike using Extreme settings 2560X1600
GPU Score 5434 (GTX 670ftw score 3108)
Unigine Heaven 4.0 default setting except Tessellation set to extreme 2560X1600
FPS 59.9 Score 1509 min 22.7 max 140.6 (GTX 670ftw FPS 28.7 score 723 min 6.7 max 75.6)
Unigine Valley 1.0 Quality setting on Ultra 2560X1600
FPS 72.6 Score 3038 min 34.9 max 139.5 (GTX 670ftw FPS 39.7 score 1662 min 19.9 max 67.7)
I was fortunate enough to catch the card for sale and bought my card from Amazon LLC for $724. Buyer beware for customers purchasing one of these card from a scalper on Amazon. Gigabyte will not honor your expensive video card if you do not buy from an authorized reseller. Many 3rd party sellers are not authorized by Gigabyte to sell their products and you will not have a manufacture warranty if you buy from them. Check Gigabyte's website for clarification or google "Gigabyte authorized resellers" as Gigabyte does not guarantee the card like EVGA does regardless of the seller.
Edit Update May 8, 2014
I am having no issues to date other ppl experienced. I am very happy with my purchase.
FYI, from what I can tell, many (not all) ppl that experienced artifacting have poor air flow in their PC cases attempting to run an extremely high end GPU card. This card needs a great PC Case with excellent airflow. If running two in SLI, even more air flow to the extreme. This type of the aftermarket cooler in not a rear exhaust version. If you are going to SLI a GTX 780ti on air, I would suggest you get the rear exhaust reference design versions and you should be set.
I personally bought this version of the card because I didn't want to SLI anymore. And, I don't need to SLI anymore @ 2560X1600 with all eye candy cranked up (except AA) because with 2560X1600 resolution, games have no visible benefit to my naked eye with AA implemented.
So the moral of this update is to make sure your PC case has good air flow for this high end aftermarket cooler version of the card that is OC'd to the extreme.
Edit Update Oct 2, 2014
I still have no issues to date
1. Asus Sabertooth 990FX Rev.2 (PCI-E 2.0).
2. AMD FX-8350 (Stock Speed without overclock & with stock fan).
3. 16GB G.Skills sniper 1833.
4. PSU 850w Corsair.
5. Samsung SSD 840Pro 128GB.
I have run 3DMark (Fire Strike) tests and the result are 9000 (standard) & 5200 (extreme). I believe the processor is bottlenecking the GPU because I saw much better overall result with i7 processors or even the overclocked version of FX-8350. During my tests, the physics score are low (around 22 FPS), that why the overall score is little low too. I don't want to convert my purchase review to be as cpu review, but I just tried to suggest using i7 processors with this overclocked version of GTX 780ti. In current games, your GPU is the most important factor that affect your FPS. but when mantle is coming, I thing your cpu will role a huge impact. On the other hand, all my games run smoothly on ultra settings.
I have faced a problem with the graphic driver. on full screen games or tests, windows error will pop up & tell you that the driver has stopped working & is successfully recovered. I solve it by using windows update. It is just a windows issue (not a graphic card error). I suggest here to use windows 8.1 instead of windows 7 because I found around 5% better performance in 8.1 with 3DMark. I was really surprised, but this is a truth & more games will support windows 8.1 in future.
Pros: Build quality, quite, cool.
Cons: costly, you can't overclock much further (no stability).
Finally, I highly recommend this GPU, especially to i7 owners. For the owners of PCI-E 2.0, don't worry it will work perfectly if you use a single gpu with your rig. enjoy :)
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