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by Peter Paul

Test Setup

In testing the Asus Striker GTX 760 Platinum, I am now using a newer system (compared to my old Sandy Bridge setup) powered by a 4th generation Intel Core i7-4770K Haswell processor and an Asus Maximus VI Impact motherboard. The full specifications of the system I used are listed below:

Operating System: Windows 8 Pro 64bit
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Impact
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K @ 3. 9GHz – 4.2GHz
CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro h205
Memory: Kingston HyperX Beast DDR3-2400 16GB
Graphics card: Asus ROG Striker GTX 760 Platinum 4GB
Hard Drive: ADATA XPG SX900 256GB for the OS and WD RE 4TB for game files
Power Supply: Corsair HX650 80 Plus Gold
Case: Cooler Master HAF XM
Case Fans Installed: 2x Cooler Master SickleFlow 120mm for intake and a Noctua NF-S12A PWM for exhaust

Below is a photo of the Asus Maximus VI Impact with the Striker GTX 760. The graphics card is even larger than the motherboard!

Below are photos of the Striker in action. The system was running on idle, that’s why the ROG logo turned blue. At the same time you can see the fancy red LED path on its PCB and two other LEDs indicating that power is properly connected.

Aside from the components mentioned above, I used the driver version NVIDIA Force Ware 335. 23 for Windows 8.1 64bit. I used TechPowerUp’s GPU-Z to monitor the graphics card’s settings, and I used Asus GPU-Tweak 2.5.2.2 to monitor its temperature and the status of the card. In monitoring the frame rates while gaming, I used FRAPS to get the minimum, maximum and average frames per seconds.

For the synthetic benchmarks, I used 3DMark 11, 3DMark Firestrike and Firestrike Extreme, Unigine Engine Heaven and Valley benchmarks, and Final Fantasy XIV: A Real Reborn Character Creation Benchmark tool. Whereas for the game benchmarks, I used several games, a combination of not-so-demanding games to graphics extensive games like Crysis 3.

All benchmarking tools and games are configured to their highest possible settings at 1920×1080 display resolution. I didn’t have the chance to test it at a higher resolution or in multiple display settings since I was limited with the monitor I currently have.

Overclocking the Asus ROG Striker GTX 760 Platinum 4GB

I was also able to overclock the Striker further, but I used a third party software (MSI AfterBurner), since the Asus GPUTweak 2. 5.2.2 won’t allow me to go beyond an offset of 600 (the limit) and the maximum memory clock was only  1625MHz. But by using the third party software I was able to push the memory clock to 1852MHz, a GPU clock speed of 1135MHz and a Boost clock of 1200MHz. In Addition, I was able to go beyond those settings, but it became unstable on some benchmark tests. So I decided to settle on said settings instead.

Now, you might be wondering why the memory clock speed is only 1852MHz? You might have read from other sites that they were able to reach above 6000MHz or even 6800MHz of memory clock speeds. The answer lies in the tools used. The GPU-Z reads it differently from GPU Tweak and AfterBurner. As you can see from the screenshot below, GPU-Z reads the actual memory speed of 1852MHz, but the Asus GPU Tweak shows the effective memory speed which is 7400MHz already. I don’t know how the AfterBurner reads the memory clock speed, but it looks like the effective speed is divided by two which is 3703MHz.

Temperature and Fan Noise

On idle to light load, the Striker GTX 760 runs very quiet, even at full load it is still generally silent at 30% to 40% rotational speed. You will start to hear noticeable noise once fan speed reaches 50%, and it gets irritating once the fan speed reaches 70% and above. As for temperature, it is summer here and the room temperature is around 34°C. The GPU Tweak reported 35°C while GPU is idle, 40°C to 50°C on medium load. On full load, the temperature reached up to 85°C at 60% fan speed.

Benchmarks and Results

Below are the benchmarks results for the synthetic tests:

Out of the box the Striker GTX 760 has a higher clock settings compared to the reference one. And it’s also clocked a tad higher compared to the GTX 760 DirectCU II OC variant. Overclocking the Striker GTX 760 further improved the performance just a little bit. But I think it would be impractical to overclock it further for your day to day and gaming use. Not only will it result in more heat and power consumption, but the performance gain is not that high as well. So sticking to its stock settings (which is already overclocked compared to the reference) would be, in my opinion, the optimal way to use this card.

Above are the frames per second I got while testing the card. I didn’t compared the results with the results I got while testing the Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC, since I was using a different (older) system when I tested that card. Not to mention, the FPS was recorded in different levels or environment of the games.

Pushing the resolution higher, specially in multiple displays or in 4K resolution, will definitely lower the frames per second. Nevertheless, the overall gaming experience with the Asus Striker GTX 760, compared with the other GTX 760, was great.

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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 2GB Review (Page 13 of 13)

Page 13 — Overclocking and Conclusion

One of my favorite thing about Gigabyte’s graphics cards is the company supplies an excellent utility for tuning called OC Guru II. As its name suggests, it is a utility used for tuning the performance of your video card. It allows the voltage of your GPU and memory to be adjusted for overclocking, fan speed control, as well as power saving features. On a side note, Gigabyte’s OC Guru II has one of the best fan speed control features I have ever seen; it allows a six step fan speed adjustment based on temperature. You really can’t ask for more.

With the latest software revision, I got it installed on my test platform, and immediately got to work. The simple condition for my overclocking procedure is to see how far I could go without adjusting the voltage. As you can see in our screenshot above, the GTX 760 core did surprisingly well in this area — Gigabyte already has a 105MHz core overclock from the factory, and I managed to squeeze an extra 110MHz out of that. The net figure is 1195MHz GPU with 1260MHz boost, which translates to an awesome 22% over NVIDIA specifications, or 10% over Gigabyte specifications. To verify stability, I run a burn in test using Furmark. I also scan for artifacts in in addition to testing for stability using this program. Since Gigabyte neglected to overclock the memory from the factory, here is where our work comes in handy. Starting from 6008MHz effective, our Hynix H5GQ2h34AFR memory ICs reached 7368MHz without any problems, a whopping 22% over NVIDIA specifications. Remember — this is all done at stock voltage.

Our Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 2GB was able to clock 22% over NVIDIA base clocks for both core and memory. To see how it performs, I ran Fire Strike Extreme in 3DMark, and got a score of 3053. The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 2GB (Which is overclocked slightly from the factory) delivers a score of 2877 in base form, which is not bad at all.

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Is it a mere coincidence that my introduction for the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 2GB review has the exact same theme as my conclusion for the Gigabyte Radeon HD 7870 2GB OC review? Can this theory be further reinforced by the fact that the manufacturer logo photo below has almost the same composition as the last one as well? Actually, believe it or not, it is, indeed, a mere coincidence. Since I wrote the Gigabyte 7870 review over a year ago, I don’t recall a thing about it (Actually, I am not going to lie — I don’t even remember what I wrote about a month ago, let alone a year, haha). So when I pulled up my 7870 article to see how it was closed off, even I was surprised at the similarities both pieces of writing share. Well, now you can know that even after a year, nothing much has changed in my thought process. And fortunately, neither has Gigabyte. The company’s product based on NVIDIA’s latest GeForce chip continues their excellent tradition of following a familiar formula: High quality hardware with an awesome cooling system. Now let’s be fair. What do you want changed? Low quality hardware with a terrible cooling system instead? I think not. I am glad Gigabyte stuck with what they knew best, and refined it to make it better. The fan speed is properly programmed from the factory; spinning at a leisurely 20% until the load kicks in — and even at that, it does not get loud. The WindForce 3X cooler does a fine job at keeping the GPU nice without the need to spin at 100% and emit Dustbuster levels of noise. As it comes with Gigabyte’s excellent OC Guru II software, fan control and overclocking is a breeze. Yes, the Gigabyte GTX 760 overclocks very well. For about $260 at press time, this is a graphics card that will appeal to mainstream performance enthusiasts and, of course, silent PC enthusiasts, too.

Gigabyte provided this product to APH Networks for the purpose of evaluation.

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The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 2GB stays true to the company’s video card formula by offering incredible quality and value to everyone, whether you are a gamer with a mainstream budget, or a silent PC enthusiast who refuses to compromise on performance.

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Page Index

1. Introduction, Specifications, Bundle
2. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Architecture
3. A Closer Look, Test System
4. Benchmark: 3DMark
5. Benchmark: Battlefield 3
6. Benchmark: BioShock Infinite
7. Benchmark: Crysis 3
8. Benchmark: DiRT 3
9. Benchmark: Medal of Honor: Warfighter
10. Benchmark: Metro: Last Light
11. Benchmark: Unigine: Heaven 4.0
12. Power Usage, Temperature, Noise
13. Overclocking and Conclusion

Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC Review

Introduction

Before I begin, I would like to take the opportunity to thank Low Chern Lin (aka Lucidlts) who has invited me aboard Tech-Critter. Such a great pleasure to be able to share my passion together with my other brothers-in-arms. 🙂 Today we will take a look on Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC. It is a trademark non-reference model from Asus, bearing the renowned Direct CU II heatsink, in which flattened heatpipes are in direct contact with the GPU, enhancing heat dissipation. The Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC is a factory overclocked rendition of the GTX 760. It comes clocked at 1006 MHz (1072 MHz boost clock), with memory speed running at a default 1502MHz (6008MHz effective GDDR5).

For this review, I will compare it with the Zotac GTX 760 AMP! Edition which we first had a look here not too long ago. Let’s see how the Asus card bearing a small factory overclock (OC) can fare against one of the highest overclocked GTX 760 in the market.

First looks

Pretty basic bundle, consists of a speed setup guide, driver disc and power adapter cable.

Here we can see the Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC in all its glory. Notice how it is quite reminiscent of its bigger brother, the GTX 780 DirectCU II OC. It is based on the similar 17 cm long PCBA that first made its debut on the Asus GTX 670 Direct CU Mini, which is very suitable for those looking for small builds. Overall card length is roughly 22 cm long and it takes up two slots in your system. It requires only a single 8-pin power connector, as compared to the reference model which requires two 6-pins.

We can see a glimpse of the proprietary DirectCU II cooling solution employed on the card. It utilizes two 6mm + two 8 mm nickel plated heatpipes which is in direct contact with the GPU. In a short while, we’re going to see how significantly superior the cooling solution is.

The card is now plugged in and ready to be powered up.

Test Setup

Hardware

• Processor: Intel Core i7-2600K @ 3.4 GHz
• Mainboard: Intel DZ68DB
• HSF: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
• RAM: Team Elite DDR3 1333MHz RAM (2 X 4GB)
• GPU: Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC / Zotac GTX 760 AMP! Edition
• SSD: Intel 330 Series 120GB
• HDD: Samsung SpinPoint F3 1TB
• PSU: Corsair GS600 600W
• Casing: Thermaltake V3 Black Edition
• OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
• Monitor: Dell U2312HM 23” Monitor
• Driver: Nvidia 320. 49
• Softwares: MSI Afterburner, GPU-Z, FRAPS

Game Settings

• Metro Last Light: DX11, 1920 x 1080, Very High, 2 x SSAA, 16 x AF, Physx On
• Crysis 3: DX11, 1920 x 1080, Very High, 4 x SMAA, 16 x AF
• Tomb Raider: DX11, 1920 x 1080, Ultimate, 4 x SSAA, 16 x AF
• Hitman Absolution: DX11, 1920 x 1080, 4 x MSAA, FXAA, Ultra Quality
• Batman Arkham City: DX11, 1920 x 1080, 8 x MSAA, Extreme, Tessellation High, Physx Off
• Unigine Heaven 4.0: DX11, 1920 x 1080, 8 x AA, Ultra Quality, Tessellation Extreme

Testing is carried out in a non air-conditioned room.

GPU-Z screenshot

Testing

All tests are carried out at the card’s default speed and no overclocking is done.

Basically, we see neck-to-neck performance with the Zotac GTX 760 AMP! Edition.

 Synthetic benchmark results, nothing unusual.

 

This is where the DirectCU II cooler is starting to show its potential.

Conclusion

In summary, I find that the Asus GTX 760 Direct U II OC is on average only 1.59% slower than the faster clocked Zotac GTX 760 AMP! Edition. In terms of gameplay experience, this isn’t something tangible that you are going to experience anyway. The superior DirectCU II cooler managed to keep the max load temperature well below Nvidia’s default temperature target of 80°C (getting only 68°C). The card managed to hit a max boost clock speed of 1150 MHz, which is pretty high despite its lower base clock speed of only 1006 MHz. To further add on to my initial conclusion on the Zotac GTX 760 AMP! Edition that I first reviewed here, this card can only manage to hit its guaranteed boost clock speed of 1176 MHz, while temperature hit a high of 81°C. In some ways, I believe this holds true to Nvidia’s new GPU Boost 2.0 algorithm, whereby the GPU will try to boost as high as possible within its defined thermal envelope of 80°C.

The Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC certainly does pack a whole load of surprises despite its diminutive appearance. I could really find no flaw with its design and I highly recommend this customized GTX 760 to anyone looking for a quieter and higher performing card, right out of the box. Best of all, it comes in an all black PCBA and coupled with a nice cooler with a hint of red; I am sure it would go well with any build. However, it is not really cheap here in Malaysia, as it bears a SRP of RM1199. A reference GTX 760 from either Leadtek or Zotac could be obtained from as low as RM799, so that really does make a whole lot of difference. Well, that does it and I hope all of you had a good time reading up on my review once again. 🙂

Pros:
   • Performance is on par with one of the highest overclocked GTX 760 (Zotac AMP! Edition), despite its lower base clock speed
   • Very silent and efficient cooler
   • Suitable for small builds

Cons:
   • Expensive for a GTX 760, especially in the current local Malaysian pricing (RM)

Reviewed by: rav3n82

MSI GeForce GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC 2GB Review

Written by

Harry Butler

July 4, 2013 | 09:53

Tags: #gtx-760

Companies: #msi

1 — MSI GeForce GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC 2GB Review2 — Test Setup3 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Battlefield 3 Performance4 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Bioshock Infinite Performance5 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Crysis 3 Performance6 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Skyrim Performance7 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Unigine Valley 1. 0 Benchmark8 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Power and Thermals9 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Overclocking10 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Performance Analysis and Conclusion

While a 4 per cent core overclock is welcome, the hugely improved cooler and power delivery circuitry makes the Twin Frozr OC a prime candidate for some high-level overclocking. Happily MSI’s Afterburner software is one of the best when it comes to extracting extra MHz from your GPU, so we set about pushing the Twin Frozr OC to its limits.

We were surprised though, to find out just how high those limits were. The GPU Boost base clock easily passed 1,100MHz, finally hitting stability issues at a whopping 1,175MHz; while it would load into games and boost to a mighty frequency of 1.3GHz, it wasn’t stable enough for 24/7 use, even with the extra 12mV afforded by overvolting. Instead we dialled the base frequency back to 1,170MHz, with the GPU boosting constantly to 1,293MHz under load. This is a tasty 20 per cent improvement over a stock GTX 760 2GB and 14 per cent increase over the card’s factory clocks.

Click to enlarge — The Twin Frozr OC overclocked to incredible levels, despite remaining both cool and quiet

The memory also proved incredibly open to overclocking, going way beyond the 6GHz effective stock frequency. 7GHz was easily surpassed with us eventually settling on a stable memory frequency of 1,902MHz (7.6GHz effective). This huge 27 per cent increase boosted the card’s memory bandwidth from 192GB/sec to 243GB/sec, and is frankly an outrageous degree of overclocking headroom for any graphics card, let alone a £220 model.

What’s more, the Twin Frozr cooler barely registered the overclock, despite system power rising by 25W to 311W. The GPU temperature did rise slightly to a delta T of 43°C, but the cooling fans remained very quiet, spinning at just 1,140RPM. This excellent cooling meant that the Twin Frozr OC’s boosted constantly to its 1,293MHz maximum boost clock, under a variety of circumstances, without becoming noisy or intrusive, something that certainly can’t be said for cards equipped with the stock cooler.

Overall the Twin Frozr OC’s overclocking package is simply epic; intuitive software, awesome, low-noise cooling and the overclocking headroom to push the card 20 per cent faster.

We almost couldn’t believe the card could run such high clocks stable, but after 24 hours of stress testing we were left pleasantly surprised as it continued to chew through benchmarks at its maximum frequencies without breaking a sweat.

The minimum frame rate in BF3 at 2,560 x 1,600 with 4x AA rose 17 per cent to 41fps, easily surpassing the GTX 670’s 36fps and coming in just five per cent slower than the GTX 770 2GB. Crysis 3 saw a similarly impressive increase at 1,920 x 1,080, as the minimum frame rate shot up from 40fps to 47fps, just 1fps behind the GTX 770 2GB. If those frame rates gains aren’t enough, a score of 1,774 points in Unigine’s Valley benchmark is a 15 per cent improvement and, amazingly, actually marginally faster than a GTX 680 2GB.

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1 — MSI GeForce GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC 2GB Review2 — Test Setup3 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Battlefield 3 Performance4 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Bioshock Infinite Performance5 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Crysis 3 Performance6 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Skyrim Performance7 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Unigine Valley 1. 0 Benchmark8 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Power and Thermals9 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Overclocking10 — MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC — Performance Analysis and Conclusion

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2GB pamięci RAM GDDR5

Graj, ciesz się doskonałą jakością obrazu i płynną pracą dzięki 2GB pamięci RAM GDDR5. Trzykrotnie wyższa wydajność GDDR5 w porównaniu z poprzednią wersją pamięci RAM wykorzystywaną w kartach graficznych gwarantuje niczym niezakłócone działanie, znacznie większą szybkość, a w konsekwencji pozwala zrelaksować się podczas oglądania emocjonujących filmów akcji lub grania w topowe produkcje. Wirtualne rozgrywki bez denerwujących zacięć i klatkowania? Dzięki 2GB GDDR5 przeniesiesz się na zupełnie nowy poziom gamingu!

Aktywny układ chłodzenia

Układ aktywnego chłodzenia karty graficznej składa się z zestawu radiatora oraz wentylatora (jednego lub więcej). Radiator odbiera ciepło z rdzenia graficznego oraz rozprasza je dzięki dziesiątkom cienkich blaszek. Z kolei wentylator ma za zadanie skutecznie schłodzić radiator. Taki zestaw idealnie się uzupełnia i w większości przypadków oferuje najbardziej optymalne chłodzenie karty graficznej. Zapewnia dobry kompromis między niską emisją hałasu, a wysoką wydajnością, ponieważ prędkość wentylatora jest zależna od aktualnego obciążenia układu graficznego: kiedy jest ono niskie wentylator obraca się niemal bezgłośnie. W momencie wzrostu obciążenia prędkość wentylatora również wzrasta, zapewniając wydajne chłodzenie całego układu.

Alternatywą dla chłodzenia aktywnego jest całkowicie bezgłośny układ pasywny, gdzie stosowany jest sam radiator bez wentylatora. Znajduje on jednak zastosowanie jedynie w mało wydajnych kartach graficznych z niższego segmentu, które nie generują wiele ciepła.

Nieliczne, najwydajniejsze jednostki mają także konstrukcję fabrycznie przystosowaną do chłodzenia wodnego. Jest to rozwiązanie droższe i bardziej skomplikowane od chłodzenia aktywnego czy pasywnego, jednak zapewnia najwyższą wydajność.

Złącze DisplayPort

Kartę wyposażono w jedno złącze Display Port – to uniwersalny interfejs cyfrowy, który umożliwia podłączenie do konfiguracji monitora, systemu kina domowego, projektora i innych kompatybilnych urządzeń. Pojedyncze złącze Display Port będzie w pełni wystarczające do podstawowej konfiguracji komputerowej z jednym wyświetlaczem lub do rozbudowanych zestawów, w których kolejne monitory podłącza się do innego rodzaju złącz na karcie graficznej.

Złącze DVI

Na tej karcie graficznej znajdziesz sprawdzone złącze DVI, które możesz wykorzystać do podłączenia kompatybilnego monitora. Standard ten umożliwia przesyłanie obrazu w wysokiej jakości i rozdzielczości bez opóźnień i przycinania, co jest zasługą optymalnej przepustowości złącza i wysokiej częstotliwości odświeżania. Karta z pojedynczym złączem DVI sprawdzi się w podstawowych konfiguracjach z jednym monitorem albo w bardziej rozbudowanych, w których dodatkowe ekrany są podłączone do innych złącz na karcie.

Doświadcz nowego poziomu rozgrywki

Ten model karty wyposażono w złącze PCI Express 3.0 x16, co zapewniło zarówno świetną kompatybilność z licznymi płytami głównymi, jak również bardzo wysoką przepustowość. Zdecydowana większość kart graficznych z różnych przedziałów cenowych dysponuje właśnie tym typem złącza. Będzie to więc odpowiedni wybór praktycznie do każdej konfiguracji.

Karta graficzna oparta na chipsecie nVidia GeForce GTX 760 ze złączem PCI-Express 3. 0 x16, wyposażona w 2 GB pamięci RAM GDDR5, chłodzona za pomocą radiatora i dwóch wentylatorów. Charakteryzuje się szyną danych 256 bit i maksymalną wspieraną rozdzielczością 2560 x 1600. Obsługuje standard generowania grafiki DirectX 11.1 i OpenGL 4.3.

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DirectCU II

O 20% niższa temperatura i dużo cichsza praca

Płaskie miedziane przewody cieplne bezpośrednio stykają się z powierzchnią procesora graficznego. Dzięki temu nadmiar ciepła jest szybko rozpraszany, co zapewnia o 20% niższą temperaturę i dużo cichszą pracę.

Przetaktowanie do 1072 MHz

Lepsze osiągi i bardziej wciągająca rozgrywka dzięki taktowaniu zwiększonemu do 1072 MHz

Direct Power

Autorska płytka PCB i komponenty Super Alloy Power wykonane z materiałów zapewniających odporność na wysokie temperatury i wytrzymałość przy dużych obciążeniach. Zastosowana w nich architektura Direct Power, zwiększa stabilność, obniża impedancję i latencję zasilania oraz redukuje temperaturę obwodu drukowanego nawet o 17% — zarówno podczas grania, jak i overclockingu.

GPU Tweak

Intuicyjne dostosowanie grafiki w czasie rzeczywistym.

  • Wyświetla szczegółowe informacje i bieżący stan karty w GPU-Z
  • Dodatek monitorujący w czasie rzeczywistym podaje szczegółowe dane o wielu parametrach
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Funkcje grafiki GPU

Zasilana przez GeForce GTX 760

NVIDIA® GPU Boost 2.0

Technologia umożliwia inteligentne monitorowanie taktowania, zapewniając maksymalną wydajność procesora graficznego. Oferuje nowy poziom dostosowania takich wartości jak docelowa temperatura GPU, taktowanie i kontrola napięcia.

NVIDIA® Adaptive V-Sync

Uzyskaj coś więcej, niż tylko wyższą częstotliwość odświeżania obrazu. Innowacyjne rozwiązanie NVIDIA AdaptiveVerticalSync zapewnia maksymalną płynność obrazu podczas gry. Technologia ta dynamicznie dostosowuje współczynnik Vsync do aktualnej częstotliwości odświeżania obrazu, zapewniając doskonałą jakość obrazu.

NVIDIA® PhysX™

Play games with advanced effects such as blazing explosions and lifelike characters with 10X faster switching between graphics and physics processing, enabling more complex effects to be rendered in real time.

SLI Support

Multi-GPU technology for extreme performance.

NVIDIA® 3D Vision™

Dzięki 10-krotnie szybszemu przełączaniu pomiędzy przetwarzaniem grafiki i fizyki, gracze mogą cieszyć się zaawansowanymi efektami specjalnymi eksplozji i realistycznym wyglądem postaci.

PCI Express 3.0

Zapewnia dwukrotnie większą przepustowość niż PCIe 2.0, co znacznie przyspiesza komunikację pomiędzy procesorem i GPU.

Microsoft DirectX® 11.1 API (poziom funkcji 11_0)

Zapewnia nowy poziom realizmu i najwyższą wydajność w grach na PC

Zgodna z Microsoft® Windows 8

Pozwala korzystać z zaawansowanych funkcji najnowszego systemu operacyjnego, dzięki czemu na swym komputerze zrobisz więcej.

Porty wejścia/wyjścia

1x Bezpośrednia obsługa Dual-link DVI-I 

1x Bezpośrednia obsługa Dual-link DVI-D 

1x Bezpośrednia obsługa HDMI 

1x Bezpośrednia obsługa DisplayPort 

Rozwiń opis

Specyfikacja

  • Ilość pamięci RAM
    2 GB
  • Rodzaj chipsetu
    GeForce GTX 760
  • Łączenie kart
    SLI

Produkt

Producent

Asus

Kod producenta
GTX760-DC2OC-2GD5

EAN

Chipset

Rodzaj chipsetu
GeForce GTX 760

Taktowanie rdzenia
1006 MHz

Jednostki przetwarzania

Procesory strumieniowe