Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX760 2GB GDDR5
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Powerful Enough for Government Work and Priced Right
K. Kleinschmidt, Amazon
2 days ago
Summary: Fast enough, reasonably priced, reasonably compact = great deal. Card has "6+8" PCI-E power connectors, while my EVGA power supply has "6+6" PCI-E power plugs. Other reviewers suggested that this would work fine, which it has for the past two weeks. Amazon even packaged it PERFECTLY which, while rare, is a welcome sign.
The dual fan ACX cooling solution is really quiet and while looping benchmarks like Valley and Heaven 4
2 weeks ago
Summary: All I can say is WOW! This video card really performs! I upgraded from a GeForce GT 740 and now I can play Far Cry 3 and Tomb Raider 2013 at the highest settings. The dual fan ACX cooling solution is really quiet and while looping benchmarks like Valley and Heaven 4.0 for 3 hours the GPU temperature topped out at only 58c. On the first night it managed a 166 mhz GPU overclock without breaking a sweat.
Summary: This thing is a beast, I put it into a refurbished Dell that had an older i7 processor and otherwise nice specs, and this has run pretty much everything I've thrown at it really well. Skyrim, Dragon Age, Far Cry 3, the Saints Row series... My setup is on a 1080p tv, so I haven't explored higher resolutions or mulitple monitor setups, but this should handle just about anything on the market right now, especially if you don't need every setting on ultra to enjoy your game.
Summary: Great graphics processor. Runs World of Warcraft on ultra at 50+ frames per second. Used it on many other online games StarTrek online, Age of Conan, Dungeons and Dragons, Lord of the Rings, Diablo, Smite, WoW: Warlords of Draenor, and Blizzard's: Heroes of the Storm - Alpha. Describe this card in one word, FLAWLESS.
Runs beautifully, no weird sounds like I read in other ...
30 September 2014
Summary: Upgraded from a gtx 470, so this was a major graphical increase. Runs beautifully, no weird sounds like I read in other reviews. I enjoy having the nvidia graphics manager that recognizes my installed games and allows me to change to optimal settings without being in the game. I play a lot of day z and arma 3, bioshock infinite on high settings.
Summary: Horrible. The specs confirm it can handle any game, etc.. But the internet is littered with 1000's of users that get constant black screens . No real support from nvidia, other than mail them the card for a refurbished replacement months later.