I really like the idea of a graphics card having *THREE* cooling fans because if you should encounter a fan failure you still have TWO more fans that continue to push air through the heat sink. I bought this card for my latest build and it's a fantastic video card but you damn sure better make certain your computer case can handle it because this MoFo is one big-ass (long) graphics card. I built a new gaming computer from scratch so I made certain I ordered a case that would easily accommodate this sucker and any future video card I should happen to upgrade to :)
Can't tell you how many people couldn't get this video card to fit because they had an older style case. They find the card SO long it simply won't fit unless you modify that old case (by CUTTING it). When I installed this card into my PC it was a fresh build, in that every single component was brand new. I made certain I purchased the latest style case that would accommodate bigass cards like this.
+vaggos chio my gtx760 has hit 70C a few times,I'm not sure if my old CPU is causing the GPU to be pushed too hard. I used to have a Gigabyte GTX560Ti OC and it never hit 70C even pushed to the max at medium settings in BF4.
I'd like to have a 4GB version for the better cooler,but it's back up in price,and the GTX770 is $40 more than it,though the 770 is out of my budget.
You would see minimal if any improvement with more vram. V RAM is the GPU'S RAM. The only time you would see improvement is if you were running a setup utilizing more than one monitor. But at that point, there have been tests that saif by the time you can actually use 4GB your performance is going to slow down compared to an SLI configuration.
One question guyz...whitch one of these 2 cards is better for the next 3-4 years (only for gaming)? Gtx 770 2gb Base / Boost clock：1137 / 1189 MHz or Gtx 760 4gb Base / Boost clock：1085 / 1150 MHz? in my country they cost the same these days...I know 770 its stronger but i think the games will need more ram after 1-2 years...thanks in advance :D
go with the 4gb version, the muscle they have is enough you only need more ram,,,i have a gtx 560 ti soc and all i need is more ram, but of course i cant add more, i can play every game at its highest and i only have to lower the AA a bit because of the lack of ram...
I want to SLI these bad boys...upgrading from GTX 465.
I hear that the 4gb is useless because it is mainly used for multiple monitors. I have a single monitor at native 1920x1080i...would I get the EPIC POWER that it should give?
How can there be so many dumb shits on here asking these questions solved with a google search. I want to know how you are potentially affording these cards or even know anything about it being so utterly cretinous. That "game good fps in my fps duh" attitude.
Guys , which video card should i buy. I it for gaming and i am willing to spend about 300 EUR + - 50 Eur , so about 250 to 350 eur. It has to be good quality ,and give me the maximum amount of power for this money. I personaly thing this is a good option , but i am a beginner in building ,and this will be my first build so any tips will be welcome!
A Thousand thanks to all replys , and Bye!
What about giving a review of something that no one has already given a review of. I just think it's kinda funny that no one has given a review of the EVGA geforce gtx 760 4GB FTW w/ACX cooling. For example do a comparing of the EVGA 4gb ftw & the 2GB SC,since they both cost about the same. But Still no review of the 4GB anywhere. Some benchmarks would be great as well.. Thanks. Probably no one reading this anyway
The GPU is an absolutely HUGE part in gaming. Yes the game can run on the right OS but if im getting 2-3 FPS what good does it do? How do i know? A) its common knowledge that graphics cards are very important, B) from personal experience. For example i just built my new rig. New parts together and working. Using a 7yr old card and im still waiting on my graphics card but i decide to try to game anyway. 2 FPS on BF3. GTX gets here, pop it in, 71 FPS.
Obviously, your parents are the ones that pays for the rent, food, electricity, internet, car maintenance, gas, tax, etc. There is a time when you'd rather invest $3000 on a car rather than on a overkill gaming PC.
A computer can run any game the game only requires a Operating system pelle12340 is wrong there are no such thing as CPU game any thing on your computer takes a certain percentage on the CPU games usually actually matters on the OS not the GPU only some mods for some game might need a powerefull ram but never GPU so dont worry any game can run on a computer if the right OS.
Obviously not. Asking if it can run Minecraft is literally one of the oldest comments on these high-end hardware videos, and I can't believe I'm arguing it with you. Believe me (or not), you'll see more of them, then you'll know I'm right.
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