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MSI Gaming N760 TF 2GD5/OC GeForce GTX 760 Video Card http://www.newegg.com | Video Card: http://bit.ly/13avHeY 14-127-745 Your gaming is not the same with the MSI N760 TF 2GD5/OC graphics card. Based on the NVIDIA GTX 770 GPU, this card is built around 1152 CUDA cores, with 2GB/256bit GDDR5 memory clocked at an incredible 6008MHz effective memory frequency. It produces amazingly beautiful graphics and lifelike environmental interaction in the hottest DirectX 11 game titles. You'll enjoy a new level of realism in your favorite FPS, RTS, MMORPG, and RACING games. The MSI-exclusive Afterburner utility enables you to extract more performance by tuning vital GPU parameters. Military Class components, with advanced Twin Froza IV thermal design, allow you to game with full confidence. An array of advanced NVIDIA technology -- including GPU BOOST 2.0, NVIDIA SLI, NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, and NVIDIA PhysX -- offers you more than one way to elevate your gaming experience. MSI Gaming N760 TF 2GD5/OC GeForce GTX 760 2GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 SLI Support Video Card @Newegg: http://bit.ly/13avHeY - Credits - Presenter: Paul Producer: Lam Camera: Kyle Post-Production: Anna Check out our channel for more tech videos! http://www.youtube.com/newegg and for all other newegg products, check out our second channel at http://www.youtube.com/neweggproducts For a more in-depth view of Newegg behind the scenes, check out Newegg Unscrambled, The Official Newegg Blog! http://bit.ly/W44W5o Newegg Inc. provides the information contained herein as an educational service. Although we believe the information in this presentation to be accurate and timely, because of the rapid changes in the industry and our reliance on information provided by outside sources, we make no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content or other material which we may reference. This presentation is provided on an "as is" basis without warranties of any kind, expressed or implied, including but not limited to warranties of title, non-infringement or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This video/audio file is the property of Newegg Inc. Newegg Inc. grants permission to distribute, rebroadcast or copy this file, provided that (1) the below copyright notice appears in all copies (2) is for non-commercial use only and (3) is not modified in any way. Copyright © 2011 Newegg Inc. All rights reserved.
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nugo japaridze (11 months ago)
Can gtx 760 work in 420 w power supply?
MaJesticGoat Gaming (10 months ago)
550W is recommended. But I'd look at a power supply calculator.
What's My Gear (1 year ago)
This one is even cheaper! check it out still for sale! http://www.ebay.com/itm/182492927702
CrocBoum (1 year ago)
Beeing replaced by a GTX 1060 6Gb tomorrow. Bye bye, you served me well :)
worksa8 (2 years ago)
Card can't overclock for shit though. It was a good card though.
Hi i have two of the cards but is it time to update the sli set up i have ?? thanks
Micah Williamson (2 years ago)
The only person that really knows the answer to that is you... What do you use it for? How often do you use it? Is it worth the money if you aren't going to be using it much anyway?
Mr Sand (3 years ago)
I know this video is super old, but how does this compare to a GTX 650 TI?
The Knollsons (3 years ago)
I get it up to about 1400 mhz with gpu boost 2.0
✌SlashGamerHD✌ (3 years ago)
can msi geforce gtx 760 2gb ddr5 run in 2 screens? like 1 for gaming and other for see facebook or teamspeak ...?
Kevin Candrix (3 years ago)
+✌SlashGamerHD✌ Yeah definitely. 3 is also possible but I wouldn't recommend it ;s
YourTypicalSquid (3 years ago)
I have this card and I get SHIT fps.
XemnazPlayz (3 years ago)
+Kevin Sandoval 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 :)
Kevin Sandoval (3 years ago)
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.
XemnazPlayz (3 years ago)
+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. )
Kevin Sandoval (3 years ago)
I also got a buddy who has single card and he gets great performance as well
Fkdjejekekek (3 years ago)
+Kevin Sandoval Yea but that is SLI and not a single card config.
YourTypicalSquid (3 years ago)
The gaming app doesn't work.
MaesterMeme (3 years ago)
fhviy
MaesterMeme (3 years ago)
is this good intel core i7 2600k overclocked (got it for free) 16gb ram msi 760 oc
­ Mineohmight (3 years ago)
Nice
­ Mineohmight (3 years ago)
Oh i see
MaesterMeme (3 years ago)
+­ Mineohmight friend of mine works at apc recycle center but my actual rig now is with 8gb because it is mostly server ram
­ Mineohmight (3 years ago)
+MapleGunner How
­ Mineohmight (3 years ago)
+MapleGunner How do you get free ram?
radioWACtive (3 years ago)
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.
stef baay (3 years ago)
Very good review , I really want this one
Kevin Candrix (3 years ago)
+Dorm True... If I didn't had the opportunity to buy this MSI gtx 760 for 90 euros I would have definitely bought a r9 280.
Dorm (3 years ago)
+stef baay more powerful and its a 3gig card for a similar price
stef baay (3 years ago)
Why?
Fkdjejekekek (3 years ago)
get the r9 280 instead
Zackattack (3 years ago)
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)
Juan'sTheName! (3 years ago)
no when you want to over clock you can do so in the BIOS i think but no it doesnt automatically do it
Tom Ber (4 years ago)
"Very official un-shrink wrapping" XD Such exclusive. Many reveal. Wow.
Koma UK (4 years ago)
does this card work on an a gigabyte 78lmt-usb3 motherboard ?
Lewis Wilson (3 years ago)
+In Bread yes its awesome too
AnestTheCRAZY (4 years ago)
I have amd fx 8350 stock speed and a 650w psu will this card run good? also I have 8gb ram
MegaChaos91 (4 years ago)
I'm surprised no one commented on the AWESOME dragon design on the box... O_o (Not even the presenter in the video).
MegaChaos91 (4 years ago)
+DrRedAxel REALLY?! That is *SO* cool! O_O (I hate you! lol)
DrRedAxel (4 years ago)
All of MSI Gaming series have Dragons my PC is a MSI Gaming Build lots of Dragons :D
Voltage (4 years ago)
Would a 500w PSU be enough to run this with an amd fx-6300 and a asus extreme3 motherboard?... Please reply because I'm ordering a pc soon
Juan'sTheName! (3 years ago)
Yes thats what i have
Nathan Bui (4 years ago)
Would you recommend this msi card or the asus card? Please respond asap
MegaChaos91 (4 years ago)
+XGlaciator44  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.
DoctorPepper4 (4 years ago)
Can it display three monitors?
ZointeX (4 years ago)
This GPU is compatible with GeForce experience and GPU boost 2.0 ?
Can you oc it more?
MegaChaos91 (4 years ago)
+Shoemowetochawcawewahcatowe Toirdhealbhach  Yes.
Nitro192 (4 years ago)
I was debating this one but ended up going with a Gigabyte GTX 770 2GB
mcdouches1 (4 years ago)
I have this card it never gets over 65C... its crazy
Jack Suljevic (4 years ago)
Was thinking of buying this build.. http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/Jpz7Mp - would I be able to run 2-3 monitors smoothly? shall I upgrade the cpu or isn't it needed? :)
STAR CRUST (4 years ago)
Hey guys is this good, I5 4330 Gtx 760 Evga psu 500 whatts 4gb ram can get any more running out off money. And 1tb hdd
DanFernandez (4 years ago)
Fairly good, But RAM is needed so think about upgrading to 8 :), Just keep upgrading when you get the money and you should have an awesome rig in no time!
JT Forgione (4 years ago)
this card a thermaltake 700w psu gigabyte ga-f2a88x 8 gb 2x4 ripjaws amd athlon 760k 1tb wd black corsair carbide spec o1 this good for my first build trying not to go above 650
im using this video card is very amazing 
Julian Rodriguez (4 years ago)
Msi micro atx z97M Msi nvidia GeForce fix 760 Intel i7 4790k Corsair vengeance 8gb 1866mhz Corsair rm650 gold Wd 1tb 7200rpm black hard drive Rosewill legacy u3 case Would this be a solid build?
FuturisticGaming (4 years ago)
I would add a ssd and a h100i
Naufal Irfansyah (4 years ago)
will FSP Hexa 400W enough for GTX 760? :D
Lucy Maina (4 years ago)
+3lomGaming Seriously? Dude. The minimum is 500w. -_- Stop feeding people bullshit.
TheDellcomputers (4 years ago)
Dell - Inspiron Desktop - Intel Celeron - 4GB Memory - 500GB Hard Drive Will it fit in this
Kraze (4 years ago)
+TheDellcomputers No problem! Just being helpful! :)
TheDellcomputers (4 years ago)
+KRAZE Crafter Alright, thank you so much!
Kraze (4 years ago)
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.) ~Kraze
CarEnthusiast (4 years ago)
Nope if you have a pci slot, why wouldn't it. You just need to see if your case is big enough
TheDellcomputers (4 years ago)
+Rutger Vlaar Sarcasam?
MishaNiet (4 years ago)
msi g43 z87 motherboard msi gtx 760 gpu intel core i5 4670k cpu  2x 4gb ram 750w supply hdd 1 tera backup kingston hyper x 120 gb ssd (main) zalman z11 tower  is that a good build guys?
MishaNiet (4 years ago)
its not bad to have bigger supply cause if want upgrades and the require bigger power supply i won't buy a bigger one
Humour for Mammals (4 years ago)
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).
MishaNiet (4 years ago)
yes after i format my system and add a second disk (ssd) and boot my windows on the ssd there was a huge difference
The Shady One (4 years ago)
You don't even need an SSD it's just memory, get a fucking hard disk drive instead.
MishaNiet (4 years ago)
+Adam Hindle its a corsair cx 750 m 
Marvin Ketelaars (4 years ago)
This or The EVGA 750 ti ftw?  cpu: amd fx6300 
Ionic Bonding (4 years ago)
this gpu is a lot  better
I'm a dolphin (4 years ago)
Can I pair this with the i5-4460?
Manraj Gill (4 years ago)
does the gaming enahncer come with the card
Dizik (4 years ago)
This or the ROG Striker?
calis krit (4 years ago)
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? 
DigLuko (4 years ago)
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.
iiTzWeeMan (4 years ago)
is the msi gtx 4gb good
FuturisticGaming (4 years ago)
More vram = more monitors at a higher res
Hassanain Ali (4 years ago)
can you do sli
Tom B (4 years ago)
Guys, do you think it worth getting the 4GB version of this card?
Haydn Coats (4 years ago)
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.
Tom B (4 years ago)
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
Haydn Coats (4 years ago)
Depends on if you are planning on playing games at resolutions exceeding 1080p.
Yousef Nmr (4 years ago)
Should i get this or the gainward version?? hHELPPP!!!
Prepsi Of TDU2 (4 years ago)
getting this soon :D
Sander te Winkel (4 years ago)
Is it normal that mine hits 81 degrees under load?
Sander te Winkel (4 years ago)
+derbigpr500 thx for your comment nad bye the way it runs at 31% fan speed
Sander te Winkel (4 years ago)
thx for your comment nad bye the way it runs at 31% fan speed
derbigpr500 (4 years ago)
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.
Omar Nour (4 years ago)
no :O
G4D (4 years ago)
Will this setup run fine? I already have the GTX 760. http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Jackbres11/saved/4zzL
PACxATTACK88 (4 years ago)
yes it will
thepotatoeman69 (4 years ago)
This recommended with MSI Z87-G45 Gaming ATX LGA1150? Or will that bottleneck the card (im Getting 2 MSI GTX 760 Trying to run 3 screens) 
Michael Perez (4 years ago)
+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 (4 years ago)
+Michael Perez go on its sounds great build..
Michael Perez (4 years ago)
+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. 
MishaNiet (4 years ago)
what about msi z87 g43 and core i5 4670k?
rahsaan moore (4 years ago)
Will I get any better performance if I go with the 4 GB version as it is only 10 dollars more than the 2gb variant ?
1GTX1 (4 years ago)
no
Jimmy Go (4 years ago)
i think if u go only above full hd not sure
charles brandon tobias (4 years ago)
i have the 4gb oc version
Nick Lopez (4 years ago)
Should I get this or the EVGA GTX 760 Superclocked
PACxATTACK88 (4 years ago)
i would say the msi card. my first evga 760 had a terrible coil whine
This or asus version or evga version
aj lor (4 years ago)
Go with the evga or msi. The asus tend to have a higher failure rate.
KoolKat (4 years ago)
aw man i wish they had a sticker in there, i love stickers lol
Espen H. Pedersen (4 years ago)
Yeah I would love to smack that on my pc :3
jun (4 years ago)
ha. though its fat and its REALLY hard to get off
Timo Bruining (4 years ago)
I didnt got onze!
jun (4 years ago)
i got one
Timo Bruining (4 years ago)
+junrocks they dont
KoolKat (4 years ago)
Anyone have any experience with using this card in rendering in Sony Vegas? I heard it might not be very good..
madspy (4 years ago)
I have rendered some short (1-5 mins) school projects at 1080p on this card with sony vegas 11 and I never ran into any problems.
Bobby Burnett (4 years ago)
can you go over the ITX version of the MSI 760?
juurus (4 years ago)
dat heatpipe
Vortex Saber (4 years ago)
Will this fit in a Rosewill challenger
kenny raymond (4 years ago)
yes i think so from my research
barrett cowart (4 years ago)
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!!!
ProducedByPotatoes (4 years ago)
Will this fit in a Rosewill Line-M Micro ATX Mini Tower?
green john (4 years ago)
+PickDeath will it fit in a Bitfenix Colossus Venom Edition Black ?
PickDeath (4 years ago)
the card is 10.24" your case Supports 12.5" card so yes
19stojkovic93 (4 years ago)
Power consumption under load ?
Ace1000ks1975 (4 years ago)
Anywhere from 50 to 69 degrees C, it also depends on the case.
Trevor Phillips (4 years ago)
will this fit on dell xps 8300?
Lewis Smith (4 years ago)
MSI Z87-Mpowermax i7 4770k overclocked to 4.5 ghz 16GB kingston 2400mhz ram ddr3 MSI GTX 760 twin frozer 4GB OC Will this all work on a 650watt PSU?
Eric Benson (4 years ago)
yes
trunng20 (4 years ago)
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!
Chowder7116 (4 years ago)
Would it work with a 700w power supply? Intel Core i5 4670k 4 ghz GTX 760 Gigabyte 2 gb Nvidia surround 8 gb ddr3 ram 2 hdds
Chowder7116 (4 years ago)
I got the PC months ago lol. It runs nice :D
Jxsoph (4 years ago)
Same setup as mine xD only ur cpu has 0.1 extra ghz lol yeh that will be fine
Bharat Joshi (4 years ago)
yes
Daniel heater (4 years ago)
like hes said he never tested it I have its crazy good
Daniel heater (4 years ago)
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
Thatguywithswords (4 years ago)
Love this card. Running Black Flag on ultra very very nice card.
CPT B.MacDonald[173rd] (4 years ago)
I'm confused. On Newegg and on the manufacturer website it says this card has 4GB RAM...
Ravyn Sahale (4 years ago)
+Garrett J I noticed. A family member accidentally got me the 2GB version when I asked for the 4GB. Although, the 2GB does do the job pretty well.
Garrett J (4 years ago)
there are 2 versions that look the same
MrDamnrightson (4 years ago)
Hello, I just recently purchased this card and for some reason the back of the card is extremely sticky. Is this normal?
ThePremiumGameplay (4 years ago)
Hey! I was just wondering, if i wanted to run these in SLI. How big would my powersupply need to be ?
ThePremiumGameplay (4 years ago)
Ohh my bad, i would only do 2-way SLI :) forgott to say.
R3D (4 years ago)
Lol : discription sais: gtx 760 based on a gtx 770 lol
sten (4 years ago)
760 or 770?
emersonleon85 (4 years ago)
Well after watching this unboxing I was cheated lol. I bought this card at Frys and now I know I got a used one. There was no shrink wrap and there was no dvi to vga and 6 pin to 8 pin adapter :/
renderuthis (4 years ago)
I have download so many screen captures over the years and do not like any of the open source and free. maybe i will like this one.
EbonTheLord (4 years ago)
This card requires 500w? is it recommended that if im using the msi gtx760 I should use a PSU that is more than 620?
barrett cowart (4 years ago)
Overclocked to the max @ 1280 core clock this card will only use at full load 336W :) no worries should be just fine!
drobillka (4 years ago)
+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))
EbonTheLord (4 years ago)
+drobillka Well I just got a this very video card with a corsair cx750m, Im also going to get an i5-4670k
drobillka (4 years ago)
+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. 
Brandon Schultz (4 years ago)
They say 500, the card will never use that much, youll be fine with 430 watts
martin svensson (5 years ago)
This vs Sapphire Radeon R9 290 4GB GDDR5  ???? tell me i dont really know what to buy
Victor Lindvall (4 years ago)
always go with nVidia much more bang for your buck now, and nVidia also tends to run cooler and better performance
Igor Bozoki (5 years ago)
Is this card better then Msi Gtx 660ti Power Edition OC ?
Sakurai楓 (4 years ago)
Yes i know you write the comment from 4 month but ....
FPSMartin (5 years ago)
i have a cooler master 650 w gold and from what i see i dont have any 8 pins.... i have 2x6 pin on my gtx 460 and 2x4 pins available....do you think ill have problems if i get this card?
Sander te Winkel (5 years ago)
the 2x4pin are for the cpu +Sander te Winkel
Sander te Winkel (5 years ago)
yes
Wisti holst (5 years ago)
ASUS GEFORCE GTX 760 OC 2GB vs msi gtx 760 twinfrozr 2gd5 gaming what is best for gaming .?
ithenoob (5 years ago)
i always thought that touching a PCB could/will ruin it
ithenoob (5 years ago)
+Kristopher Willms Isn't it something to do with the acidic oils on your hands which mess up the PCB?
Kristopher Willms (5 years ago)
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
Manxgamerboy10 (5 years ago)
Hey, is this version of the GTX 760 better than the EVGA 760 Superclocked or the other way round? Thanks.
HydeTheJekyll (5 years ago)
#Gigatownwanaka
Gooby Plox (5 years ago)
guys is msi hawk edition so much better that its worth spending the extra 40$?
OnceTwiceSouled (5 years ago)
Check out Tom's Hardware's 760 review. The compare both of those cards as well as others. The actual performance difference might me negligible, but there are other differences like cooling and noise.
OnceTwiceSouled (5 years ago)
Google the new Battlefield 4 benchmarks. Regardless if you're interested in that particular game, the benchmark (as well as others) shows that the closest thing would be a HD 7950.
iwantcomputers (5 years ago)
nahh its more like the 7870
xInsaneBosa (5 years ago)
i think amd 7850
harshlens (5 years ago)
Hey guys how powerful is this card ? and what would be the amd match ?
psychobyte00 (5 years ago)
didn't stop me, every Sunday, I would pack everything and take it to the other house.
Justin Moser (5 years ago)
Thanks for helping, but i can't buy a desktop because my parents are divorced so i need a laptop to take it to my dad or mum, if my parents were still together i would make my own desktop but yess....
Justin Moser (5 years ago)
I meant connecting it in the laptop, not putting it in my laptop.
Randall Lobo (5 years ago)
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.
Randall Lobo (5 years ago)
forget about price....which is better, GIGABYTE gtx760 or MSI gtx760 twin frozr
RussianSpectre (5 years ago)
ahahah i think he means to hook it up externally
Oakworld Studios (5 years ago)
How exactly do you expect to fit this in your laptop?
Justin Moser (5 years ago)
Maybe this is a dumb question but can you connect this graphic card to your laptop? I have a pretty powerfull laptop but i want to play battelfield 4 on higher settings then i am at the moment.
JaeHyun (5 years ago)
Same stuff Im getting. You should only need 8gb though O_o And yeah you should get around or much more than that. Thats like gtx 660 standard
Wayne (5 years ago)
Generally you SHOULD NOT mix ram. And 10gb is a very very odd number. You'll be fine with 8gb, take out the other 2gb. Yea, you'll probably get good fps with that setup.
Bull SM (5 years ago)
this + 6300 +10GB of ram 8 are corsair vengeance 2 are my current ram sticks = BF4 in high at 50~ fps? pls answer
Rômulo C. (5 years ago)
acording to the vga specs, its necessary to have a 500w power supply of good quality with amperage of at least 30A on the 12v lines. i dont know what the last part means, but its what it says.
Juiz Juaz (5 years ago)
okay man, thanks!

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