Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX760 2GB GDDR5
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Games like a Champ
Jerry D., Newegg
1 week ago
Summary: This card is a solid performer for the price. My temps stay sub 70 under intense load with factory clock, using the EVGA monitoring program. I can safely overclock it some, but, I don't have enough performance need to warrant doing so.
Pros: I don't do a whole lot of gaming benchmarking, but this card has done well for everything I've thrown at it. Splinter Cell Blacklist, Far Cry 3, Crysis 3, Battlefield 3/4 (ugh), and more, all 60+ frames on mostly ultra settings with maybe some minor tweaking. I do only play at 1080P.
Cons: If you're running at significantly higher than 1080 or are gaming on multiple monitors, it might be more effective to go with a 770 or wait for next gen.
Summary: Awesome card. So far runs every game on highest settings with no problems. Great for its price. Only reason i'm giving it 4 stars instead of five is because the free Watch Dogs with purchase was never emailed me. Was looking forward to having that with it, might have to contact support. Other than that it's a must buy.
Summary: Card arrived in sealed box, but had a rattling sound when I shook the card. The box it came in had a two small broken pieces of plastic. Took the card apart and found out the source of rattling was from two screws that were free floating because the tapped hole in the plastic support that the screw was supposed to be in broke off. The frame of the blower fan also had a minor fracture in the plastic.
BEST BANG FOR the $. Love it, but be careful with Ninida's GTX-760 Drivers & won't OC that much.
C. Davis "C.D.", Amazon
9 June 2014
Summary: Once you work out the driver bugs, tweaks, & OC software, Evga GTX-760 2gb GDDR5 with ACX cooler (non_OC version) is a great performer with all of today's high res. games thru 2014. I think the GTX-760 has built-in future proofing for at least 3 yrs.. BTW- the Evga GTX-760 the ability to use much greater resolution monitors is a real plus esp. with lots of Video connectors too. Note: for single monitor (1080p) stick with 2g for multi-monitors go with 4g.
Summary: Received the Card in original manufacturer's packaging in great condition. Card was easy to install and works great. I replaced my GTX 295 which was pretty much outdated with this new card and there was quite a jump in performance when editing movies and pictures.
Summary: If your looking for a good GPU that wont break the bank this is the one to get. For the same price as a Titan or a 780 you can get 2 of these and have more performance. In most cases. I'm personally not running SLI but reviews indicated the above statement. I hope this helps your decision.