Reviews and Problems with Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670
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I have had this card for over a year now ...
The Chameleon, Amazon
24 October 2014
Summary: I have had this card for over a year now and have had ZERO issues. I wish they still sold these because I wanted to run SLI. Even with these "next gen" games I'm running maxed graphics with zero lag.
In my build for 6 months, no complaints, plenty of compliments
29 October 2013
Summary: At the time of writing this review, the GTX 760 is available for cheaper, and 760 is a bigger number than 670, but..... I play games, I like fancy graphics, I do not do digital arts or movie making. This card is a beast. I have 1. I have space for another one but I have yet to run across a game that has made me feel the need for it. When that day comes, I am more than confident that 2 of these will handle anything to come out in the next few years.
Summary: I have both a vanilla evga gtx 670 and this card in SLI. The Galaxy is much quieter, a little faster clocks, and runs much cooler. One card is easily enough power to run everything at max settings on 1080p except for the newest games. Even those new games will run at very high settings, high enough its hard to see the difference unless you are looking hard. This card doesn't exhaust air out of the case though, so make sure your case has good airflow.
Summary: The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 OC 4GB is a great graphics card. The Windforce model, that this card is, has a very nice custom cooler. The temperatures this card runs at are very good also, max temperature of the card in my computer system under a heave graphics load is 60 degrees Celsius (+-2 degrees). This card has an awesome overclocking capability and operating temperatures compared to any other GTX 670's, no after market cooler required here.
Summary: There needs to be more reviews for this video card! I've had it since Dec. of 2012, and it's been performing like a champ - quiet and stable. I liked it so much, a couple months later I bought a second for SLI to squeak out even more frames-per-second. Both still run quiet and the extra speed is nice with the modern games, although for TV (1080p @ 60hz) gaming that is mostly overkill... one is perfectly fine.
Summary: Played probably 50-100+ hours of skyrim with this one so far, with just about every texture mod out there, though I did pick the lower res versions of some to avoid RAM issues.. smooth as can be, no crashes, no problems with the card. Nice factory overclock, no complaints.