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Asus GeForce GTX680-2GD5
8.8 out of 10

Asus GeForce GTX680-2GD5

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Overall 10

So fast

Damian Marcrum, Amazon
24 May 2013
  • Summary: Great framerates and performance, and very very EASY to overclock. I have 2 in SLI and can run anything I have tried so far on max settings.
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Overall 10

Excellent - But you know that already

Coticon, Amazon
11 March 2013
  • Summary: Great card - somewhat pricey but great; I installed it into the system I built and it delivers outstanding performance. Can't say more than any other rater has already said except, I would buy this card again, in an instant.
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Overall 10

Awesome, Just Simply Awesome!

Jango Olsen, Amazon
25 September 2012
  • Summary: This Graphics Card Is Epic. You Definitely Get Your Bang For Your Buck. I was a little scared at first because of the random red screens i was having, but that was soon rectified with the newest drivers from the nvidia site. Here are some of my results with this card.
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Overall 10

Fantastic card, plays everything on max!

Donny S., Newegg
26 August 2012
  • Summary: If you're looking for a card purely for gaming, you may want to consider getting the less expensive GTX 670, it has almost the same gaming performance this card at $100 less.
  • Pros: As the title states, this card can play any game on max settings at 1080p. It can also easily do triple monitor gaming. Runs stable and cool and quiet, and can overclock well.
  • Cons: Didn't come with any case badges. You'd think for a $500 card they'd include some.
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Overall 10

Rock solid performer

Lorenza I., Newegg
9 August 2012
  • Pros: Excellent performance, as expected. I can play all of my games on the highest settings. Not much more to be said. Very few technical issues with older software. The cooler keeps the card at a steady 65-72 C depending on how hard I'm working it.
  • Cons: Fan's a little loud at times, but then again that's because everything else in my case is quieter and made by Noctua.
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Overall 2

Price way too high

TheSicilian "The Sicilian", Amazon
19 July 2012
  • Summary: This same card is advertised at a few places for around two hundred less. I have an i7 CPU as well, 850w silent pro gold series, Z68-V-Pro mb, two sticks of ram totally 8 gb on the board with a CPU cooler as well.
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Overall 10

superb card

one real guy "one real guy", Amazon
5 July 2012
  • Summary: using in my sr-2 with dual xeon hexacore, water chilled cooling, 48 gigs of ram, 9 hd's 4 solid state one 10,000 rpm raptor, and a few 3 terabyte storage units. aqua tuning water chiller, 2 huge german e.k.space water cool radiators two iwaki pumps over clocked mb to 4.56 mhz this is my 2nd add on...
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Overall 6

Possibly Poor quality control.

Bryan P., Newegg
19 June 2012
  • Summary: A good card for anyone who is looking for the fastest on the market with upgrade-ability (another 680 further down the road)
  • Pros: This card is extremely fast as many people have said. Can handle pretty much any game at 1920x1200 and only a heavily modded Skyrim will max the 2gb of memory at 2560x1440. Love the speed.
  • Cons: I recieved mine and it would lock-up every time I tried to load a starcraft II game (or almost every time) so I had to RMA it. I LOVE Newegg though with a blazing fast RMA process. Refunded my money within 4 business days of me dropping it off at the UPS store. Newegg time and time again has prov...
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Overall 10

Overkill, but futureproof.

Joshua P., Newegg
16 June 2012
  • Summary: Remember that many games are CPU bottlenecked, not GPU bottlenecked. Remember this when system building. With an 3770k, 16gb of RAM, and this card I can pull a rock-solid (and I mean rock-solid) 60fps at all times in Skyrim at 1920x1200 with settings turned above the defaults for "ultra".
  • Pros: -Ridiculously fast -Comparatively cool-running compared to the previous chipset -Not a ridiculous power hog compared to previous gens of high-end cards.
  • Cons: -Comically big like most high-end cards. Make sure you don't need the PCI-E x1 slot you have directly below whichever slot you install this card in. -Pricey. I'm the type that only build a new rig every 3-4 years or so, and I go close to bleeding edge so it was worth it to me, but most people wil...
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Overall 8

The Almighty 680.

Alan L. Willey, Amazon
6 June 2012
  • Summary: First off I am using this with: i7 2600k @ 3.8 16 Gigs of RAM at 1600MHZ 850 Watt PSU My performance in games using EVGA Precision X monitoring. Keep in mind these numbers are WITHOUT OC. With modest OC expect a 5-10 FPS increase. Witcher 2: All settings maxed, Ubersampling off - Average of 60 FPS.
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