Reviews and Problems with Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670
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Bryan Koury, Amazon
18 June 2013
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: I got this card and I saw instant performance difference in games. The Biggest Example was Far Cry 3. My 560 Ti would run that on High settings at 40 FPS. This new 670 runs it on Ultra at 80 FPS (60 if I turn on Anti-Aliasing) This card has been super quiet also. My 560 Ti was about twice as loud. But it was also a Zotac which are known for louder GPU's I highly recommend this Graphics Card. If you this on sale for lower than the others DON'T second guess it.
Summary: My son and I used this card on our first build, so figure our inexperience into my review. We chose this card over the EVGA version solely based on price. The plastic covering is not as beefy as the EVGA but that doesn't hinder it's performance at all. The plug location didn't present any issues with our build as there was plenty of length on the power cables. Installation was quick and easy and fit in a mid tower case with room to spare lengthwise.
Summary: I recently received this card for my birthday, and I must say it is definitely a powerful card. I had two Asus GTX 560 DirectCUII cards in SLI before this card, and they performed quite well. When I switched over I was amazed by the difference. Not only do I get about 20% more performance from the GTX 670, but it uses half the power and produces half the heat.
heavyweight but the best gamers best friend galaxy 6704gb
21 October 2012
Summary: This is my first beastly card. what do i have to say well. the card is running on a rig with rocketfish 500w amd phenom 9500 tlb patch disabled 4gb crucial ram ddr2 2 internal hdd sata 360gb 2 external calvery 1tb and fantom geforce 3 2tb mobo asrock n68c-s ucc (pcie 16 x1) 40 Inch led samsung Logitech z2300 200 watt rms that's 400 max There's the set up pretty good for a pc that still has the original hard drives from 5 years ago.
Summary: Long time computer builder and have used many video cards from ATI and Nvidia with the primary use being for computer gaming. I think the GTX series from Nvidia are there best cards ever, They are fast and run cool. The difference in speed between the 670 and the 680 is not that significant and I wanted 4GB of video memory because I run a triple screen setup.