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Super fast and quiet compared to EVGA GTX 680 Signature series cooler!
Patrick Jan R. Borgonia, Amazon
27 May 2013
Summary: Yes that is correct! this thing is a BEAST! Runs all games on ULTRA setting with no problems. Very quiet and does its job to cool the card! this is superior compared to my "EVGA GTX 680 Signature series" that i just sold! Take note that this is a "3 slot cooler" and this beast is huge. Make sure u have a case that supports up to 320 mm gpu card. It also blows hot air into the case,(doesn't exhaust air out from the case) which is not a problem for me.
Summary: Upgraded from a Radeon Asus HD6900. Runs flawlessly so far, have owned it for a couple weeks. Auto setting remained high on many games, can push it a bit further or pull back for reserved power and better fps. I tend to baby this thing, it is a bit costly. Thanks for the great product!
Summary: Since I get the card 2 weeks ago, I'm really glad with it. I run all I'm playing in Ultra Settings. Battlefield 3, Skyrim with some visual enhancements mods and HD textures, Far Cry 3 and others run just perfect with this card. I was wondering if 2GB of memory was enough to run those game well in one display at 1920x1080, and till now it's ok with everything. Before this card, I was using an ASUS DC2 7970. The 7970 is a little bit noisier than the GTX680.
Summary: First off, I want to say that this negative review has nothing to do with the seller as I'm sure they had nothing to do with it. Although, there wasn't a seal on the video card box when I received it, which made me think I wasn't the only one who had been in the box. Little weird coming from a brand new, almost $600 card after shipping. Maybe that's how ASUS packages some of their products? But to make a long story short, I'm in the process of returning my first card.
Summary: I bought this card and it is really big, I had to really get creative with the disk cage, check your measurements before buying, the other thing is it uses 8+6 pins in PCI power, check you PSU and what line you are going to feed it from. it is really silent but the volume is huge. For the current crop of games it is overpowered, 1080p it too small a resolution for this card, the new Tomb Raider with Ultra and the new hair runs smoothly and Bioshok infinite does nothing...
Summary: Super quiet while im playing! Stock overclock of 1201mhz is the best!!! I know it is a little expensive but is worth it!!! Looking foward to buy a second one!!! Note of advice... Measure the space inside the case... not for the long of the VGA, but the wide... my MoBo supports 3 way sli, but with this monsters... i can only fit 2! Power supply: Corsair TX 750w is enough... i can fit another Asus GTX 680T with a little watts to spare!
Summary: I got this card for my new DIY beastly PC. Bought mine at a different online retailer because at the time Amazon was selling this card thru an Overpriced partner (I'm glad to see Amazon has now partnered with Tiger Direct for this card at a reasonable price). This "DirectCU II TOP" card has Core Clock=1137MHz with Boost Clock=1201MHz (compared to the cheaper overclocked Asus GTX680-DC2O-2GDR5 has Core Clock=1019MHz with Boost Clock= 084MHz), both are triple-slot fitted...