( 4.0 Average / 7 Ratings )
This Graphics Card can take any game that is thrown at it. it get 100-80 fps on GTA V max settings at 1080p, 1440p it gets around 75-60 fps and 4k around 50-35 fps.
Awesome GPU when it's running at stock, but I can't seem to get as much of an overclock out of it as I like (I'm sure if I did a custom loop, I'd be better off, but I don't have enough time to do that :( ). Also it's a very large card. About an inch taller than your average card.
Ripper through and through. Quiet and keeps the temp down. SLI capable for the future. I love being immersed in gameplay and I'm so glad I went with this GPU, the experience is unreal. Ran 10 hours of 144hz Ultra setting on the Division and bairly broke 55C.
Very pleased! Boost clock of 1415MHz! Preforms great and doesn't typically get over 70°C. Only complaint is that it is huge! Could possibly be a fitment problem with some cases.
This GPU stays very cool when the fans are running at the full 3050 rpm. It also gets kinda loud when running at full speed, however sound is a small price to pay for a GPU that can run high end games and high or even max settings on 1080p. Paying the price twice was a pretty hefty price to pay, but it was worth it in my opinion.
Even though the 1080 Ti will outclass this GPU, it's still a fantastic GPU. I think 2 of these would outperform 1 1080 Ti. I'd upgrade my GPUs once 8k gaming at high or max settings becomes viable.
I am paranoid about these large GPUs bending, or these GPUs bending my board. There are screwed in tightly to my chassis, and are connected by an SLI bridge, so it's hopfully a non issue.
I have gotten almost two solid years out of these cards, but they will be retired after the GTX 1080 Ti comes to market. They will spend the rest of their days in my display case with my GTX 580 Classifieds, GTX 680 Classifieds and GTX 780 Ti Classifieds.