Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW
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With the GeForce GTX 670 am able to drive 4 - 24" Dell U2410 IPS Panel monitors
Tim Zurawski, Amazon
29 April 2015
Summary: Upgraded to this GeForce GTX 670 and was able to drive 4 - 24" Dell U2410 IPS Panel monitors @ 1920 x 1200! That is almost 4 feet of monitors. Runs like a Deer err a GeForce! Had one issue with a driver update that I uninstalled, other than that, this guy is awesome.
Summary: I use my PC mainly for photo editing with Adobe Lightroom, but this card lets me game fairly easily. I did not need to over-clock it or perform any modifications to it. This card is used in conjunction with a Sabertooth Z77 motherboard, and an Intel i7-3770K processor.
Summary: Running like a champ now that I actually have it paired with another 4096MB card. I had originally purchased to pair with my 2048MB EVGA FTW after hoping that half of the people were correct when saying the memory size was not part of the equation when trying to setup in SLI.
Summary: Replaces a pair of GTX 570's in sli (one died) This one Graphics card is doing the job of 2 older cards. I kept one working GTX570 for a PhysX processor...Happy with the new card and the performance gain. Plays MW3, BF4 and more with high frame rates on 3 x 22" screens.
Summary: I bought this to upgrade a 7800 GTX after it started over heating and crashing playing L4D2. Worked well and served me for years. Had it from 2012 to June 1, 2014. Recommend if you are doing moderate gaming. Played bf4 very well on ultra settings 1280x1024.
Summary: I built my first rig about a year ago and after extensive research I went with this gem. Granted this card is a tad old now considering the advancement of technology and all, but it's still handling everything I throw at it and doing so with every game on MAX settings.