oh well, you clearly have a really strong pc there XD I'm about to buy as i told you the gtx 760, as for the cpu, i was thinking about amd fx 6300 (value for money), now you would help me if you told me a motherboard that can support those too :)
Nice price for this card & my motherboard is an MSI 970 Gaming Mobo with 16 Gbs of RAM ( Corsair Venagnce) with my CPU the AMD FX-8320 running @4.8GHz also what cooler do you have cuz i currently am using it with my Hyper 212 Evo (non plus) & i play most games on Ultra settings like GTA 5 @ 50 FPS stable also i play The Witcher at ultra @ 45-60 FPS.
+Kevin Sandoval hey there, i'm about to buy this card for 130 euro (160 dollars or something ) and because it is a really crucial buy for me (not enough money), I would like to ask you : can you tell me your ram/cpu/motherboard, also, if it needs a different cooler, and last question, what games do you play on ultra fps/graphics etc. )
So I have the 4gb version but am confused...I cannot run 3 monitors, that being 1 hdmi and then dvi. When trying to plug into the other dvi with a vga to dvi-d adapter it does not recognize that the monitor is plugged in. I know that the monitor works and that the adapter works. Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
I want this because it's cheaper than the usual 760,s but I'm not a fan of OC, so is their any way I can buy this without using the OC? Or once it's installed does it automatically OC the gpu (kinda new to some topics about hardware as u can tell)
MSI all the way! (This is from a professional point of view). ASUS cards are nice as well, but...their 760 card has got
A LOT of bad feedback from users (Noise and Heat issues mostly). So, yes. I recommend the MSI version of 760.
Though...your comment being 2 weeks old I'm guessing you already bought a card.
It may fit. I can't stand the term "Bottlenecking" but if you're going to stick with that processor then your pc is going to bottleneck like crazy. The input will be super laggy, and you'll end up getting less FPS than you're paying for. Just being helpful but if you're willing to pay for a nicer cpu like an AMD Hexa Core CPU (6 Cores) or an intel if you have the money then go for it. I would say you should build a PC in this case though because with the parts you would be putting in you would need to replace the Motherboard, Power supply, and maybe some other stuff. P.S. Go for a higher speed of Ram (DDR3, 8 GB, 1600 and up for the Megahertz.)
your build doesn't require anywhere near 750w power supply. You can save yourself about $100 and go with a Corsair CX 600W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular power supply. This should be more than enough (even if you overclock the cpu). For the tower, I would personally (and many would agree) go with the fractal design define r4. This case is the same price as your tower but with much better feature, design and a classy look. Btw if you play on overclocking your i5 I would suggest the corsair h100i water cooler (very efficient and nicely priced cooler).
Great review! I'm a bit confused should I go with the gtx 760 2gb or 4gb? And what's the real diffrence between them two? Or should I just pay the more and get the Gtx 770 2gb?
Personally I don't play much on computer, and I'm using 1 monitor ( pc screen ) and I play games such as Company of heroes. Sometimes Skyrim or wow. So what do you recommend?
The 760 4gb is pretty much the 760 2gb just if you need more monitor support. If you only have one monitor and don't plan on getting another one get the 760 2gb or the 770. But since you said you don't play much on the computer then just get the 760, don't waste your money on something you wont use very often.
Did you say the 4gb is cheaper than the 2gb? If so, then just buy the 4gb! Just in case you change your mind about the resolution. The 2gb version still can run above 1080p if you kick the settings down a bit, but the 4gb will just shred.
No plans for the time being to exceed 1080p. When I do I'll probably be upgrading my GPU anyway. I've read several times that if you don't have multiple displays, then you won't utilise the extra 2GB for the current gen games. Saying that the 4 GB version is currently cheaper than the 2 GB :S
At what kind of fan speed does it hit 81? Mine hit 81-82 as well under load when fan speeds were set on default auto settings, which meant that they didn't run at over 45% of speed. Now if I put them to 100% it keeps it at 64-65, and at 75% of speed at 70-72 degrees. 81 is not a high temp for this card, it can take over 95 degrees with no problems, however, if you're hitting 81 with your fan at 100%, then something is wrong with your card or your case cooling. Twin Frozr needs a great amount of exhaust out of the computer case, because it's designed so that it doesn't exhaust heat out the back like most cards are, it just takes the heat away from the card and mostly just transfers it into the air around it, if you don't push that hot air out of the case, your card will heat up too much.
+MishaNiet Thanks, after looking around, I found the MSI Gaming N770 to be a better card. What do you think? I'm not sure why I'm having such a hard time deciding. Maybe because I've heard of the AMD's to over heat often and throttle.
+MishaNiet I'm building my own rig too. I'm looking at the MSI Z87-GD65 Gaming LGA 1150 with this card and the Intel i7 4790k. Would this be a good setup? I want it mainly for video editing and some gaming here and there.
max overclock for msi gaming ed n760 2gb should be 1280 with afterer + 140 core clock and + 200 memory this card rocks my world! upgraded from a pos gigabyte gtx560ti. Use the new Beta 3.0.0 18 Dragon Army Skin for msi is sexy!!!
Does anyone know where you can get a BackPlate for this thing? I dislike looking at the back board because it doesn't look very clean... If anyone does pls let me know! I'd love to get a backplate for it. Thanks in advance!
i plan run 2 msi 760s 4 gbs for my new gaming system I been checking out everything it is very good sli its crazy and I like show everyone my build how do I do that can't be good at everything utubes new to me past month sick same people talking out there ass
+Andy B I think you could easy run sli on it + oc your processor to 4,5 ghz. Those 84w in proc requirments is for all cores+igpu on max load in stock, so if igpu is off, it will use about 65-70w on max load i guess. (+20w mobo + 20w hard drive) All other is free for your videocard))
+Brandon Schultz i have measured whole sistem power requirments (encluding monithor and daylight lamp lol) running on it linpack and afterburner with dx11 stresstest for gpu -both at same time - it takes just about 350 watts with i5 4440. i have 800watts corsair cx800. believe or not - its real measured data.
There is a possibility of this happening. If your not properly grounded and you touch a PCB you will discharge any static electricity that you have generated. Sometimes an upwards of 37KV. However from the looks of it he is sitting in a proper grounding station and is generating no static discharge
no offence, but that is a dumb question....dont matter, gotta try something crazy!!!!!. anyway, u CANNOT connect this to a laptop. (just a thought)----> if ur laptop is so good, sell it and get a desktop. usually desktops are cheaper for the performance u get.
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