Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW
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This a great card! I'd definitely buy again.
Zach Barlow, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: This is a really good card for current gen games. I bought mine in February 2013 to put in the first computer I built and it plays everything I want on ultra, including saints row 4 and battlefield 4 with no perceptible frame rate issues on a 60Hz monitor. Given the circumstances I would have bought it again in a heartbeat, but as newer and more demanding games come out it will need to be overclocked to keep up. The price, however, is a bit high here.
Summary: This thing is so nice and so fast, runs every game I have on maxed out without problems, but it really helps out with After Effects and Blender. So if you want to have fun and have a powerful video editing machine, this is fantastic.
Summary: I did hours and hours of research before finally going with this card. When you're spending just under $400 bucks, you want to make sure you're getting your moneys worth. This card works very well, and fits my mid-tower by just over 1 inch. When running games, it does tend to get a little loud, but not so much that it bothers me. I've always loved EVGA products, and will buy again next time.
Summary: I am a video editor and motion graphic designer and I needed something that could keep with with some of the software I use. I bought this from Amazon and with in a few days it was delivered. I installed it and its been amazing ever since. I have it running on a Dell studio XPS 9100 w/ 16g of RAM and an i7 processor so it really helps push the limits of the computers power. Any one who has had a bad experience, I guarantee it was a manufacturer issue.
Summary: Super fast card. Quiet running, even when maxed out. Takes a lot of room so make sure your case is big enough to handle it. It also takes a 500+ power supply, so that is something to keep in mind also. Would definitely recommend to a friend.
Summary: This card will max any game on the market right now. I have two running in SLI and they are monsters! The 670 does run a little hot so it is important to ensure yor case has good ventilation. Idle at about 35C while under load can jump up to 70C(that's hot but should not cause any worry). As long as it stays under 80C you should be okay.
Summary: I bought this card to use with Adobe Creative Suite CS5, particularly Premiere Pro and After Effects. All I can say is wow and why did I suffer so long without it! Although the card is not recognized by the Mercury playback engine in Premiere all it takes is a simple "hack" to get it to work. This is one great video card and for the money I doubt there is anything else out there better.
Summary: The card is quiet and looks very cool inside my black on the inside PC case.I went with this card for one single monitor. Almost went with a gtx 680. Do not worry about not having enough card with one monitor. Buy a 670. It is performing so well, I can't really imagine anything better. I had my 470GTX for 3 years and I would not have replaced it if I were not building a new machine. I figure hey, may as well upgrade the video too since everything else in the case is new.