Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW
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Great card, but the one I received was malfunctioning
Michael T Lyons, Amazon
6 January 2014
Summary: I already owned this exact card so this purchase was for a 2nd to run in SLI. It is definitely an excellent card for the money and has ranked well on tomshardware for best value. unfortunately, the card I ordered would malfunction and have memory errors when paired with my other card. When I did an RMA with EVGA, they sent me a gtx770, which is better than this card but couldn't pair with my old, working 670.
Summary: Its a good consumer video card, I mostly bought it because it worked well with adobe software. It work pretty well but sometimes for playback in premiere cuda playback in standard HD without many effect it still get stuck on certain frames. I know Quattro card is better suited for those kind of jobs, but I was really taken back into how unsteady is was in 3d model making, being it had 2gb of ram it still was being really bogged down with polygons.
Good performance card though the drivers in Windows 7SP1 (64-bit) seem a bit glitchy
R. Clark, Amazon
10 September 2013
Summary: Purchased to the the baseline card for a new computer setup, and my first foray into NVIDIA CUDA technologies. I have to say I was impressed with the performance for rendering with the few game programs I use, but really impressed with the CUDA-accelerated computation if your into demanding number-crunching apps.
Summary: I bought this card to replace a dual ATI HD5870 Crossfire rig. From the performance testing I've done so far, EVGA's 670 holds up admirably. I can recommend the card to anybody who wants to save a few bucks while getting top-shelf FPS in their games (the 680 doesn't justify enough performance per dollar for the price hike, and the newest cards are running near the 1k mark in Spring of 2013).
Summary: The GPU is amazing when it is working. I had to RMA the first card I had because it failed. I would recommend this product but make sure you register it with EVGA so you can get a replacement if it goes out
Summary: I needed to upgrade my video card and was sensitive to length and noise. This card fit my needs in both. It was just short enough to fit in my case and is very quiet. I do not even hear the fans running over the ambient noise level of the room including the other quiet case fans. Noise just isn't a problem with this card. The only issue I have encountered is that this card will not sync with my 24.1" Sun LCD monitor over DVI.
OC much better than the Gigabyte Windforce OC version.
21 April 2013
Summary: So far it seems to OC a lot better than my other GB OC version (3 fans). The EVGA can OC to +180MHz. The max I could achieve with the GB OC (base of 980MHz) is +85MHz. The advantage of the GB is it runs cooler by about 10-15C but the EVGA cost less. Other advantage is the EVGA is a blower card, so presumably better suited for smaller PC cases with less ventilation.
Summary: I bought two of these to replace a single GTX 680 2GB and I'm happy for the most part. These cards run a lot cooler than my EVGA GTX 680, might be the backplate and high flow bracket that makes it run cooler. It easily runs 10c cooler than the 680 which is quite a huge improvement. Another thing I've noticed is how much quieter the card is compared to the reference 680. I was afraid going SLI again would result in much louder sound but it doesn't.