( 4.8 Average / 6 Ratings )
High performance, low noise, decent price. EVGA had received a bit more bad publicity than they deserved with the ACX/VRM debacle, IMHO. The ICX line of cards goes absolutely insane with thermal pads, thermal sensors, and cooler overdesign, and I couldn't be happier about it.
So far, so good. I played Rainbow Six Siege on maximum for hours on a 1440 screen. DPS never dropped lower than 80. Average was beyond 90. temperature never went over 63ºC.
It's pretty, it's silent, it's not huge.
It's a power house.
It's more than I need, that's for sure.
Great card. Can handle everything I throw at it at 1440p. Pretty quiet too. The sensors to monitor temps on different parts of the card are a nice bonus.
Pros: Can handle any game I've thrown at it on max settings with over 60FPS (Tom Clancy's Wildlands hits over 100) and runs semi-cool
Cons: Can't think of any
Other Thoughts: I wish I had gotten the RGB edition
A good option if you aren't looking for a 1080Ti. Temps are reasonable although case airflow will dictate that to a degree. Handles my gaming needs with ease.