Reviews and Problems with MSI GeForce GTX760 2GB GDDR5
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Linda F., Newegg
19 June 2014
Summary: Some people have complained about temps. Not exactly sure why unless your case is improperly set up and air flow is bad. I have two of these cards and under load I never go above 37C idle is steady at 32C.
Pros: Easy installation Amazing graphics Stays cool under load Handles everything I feed it
Summary: Meets or exceeds all my expectations. Runs at +125 gpu and +35 on ram all day long, 105% power setting at 65 degrees max. It's too new for me to want to try pushing it yet. The fans are nice and quiet as the cooler is efficient and they don't really need to spin that fast even when power gaming.
Summary: I went from a 7970 which had 0 performance issue other than physx was missing. I decided to make a lateral move to the HAWK because I was able to sell it for $250 and pick this card up for $260.
Summary: Nothing to complaint about this card; it runs at 33% or 900-930RPM when it's idle and sure enough, dead silent. The temperature stayed at 30 degrees Celsius on idle and went up to 68 degrees Celsius after playing BF3 for 30 minutes+.
Pros: - has a backplate and black PCB, - very quiet, even under-load, - attractive look to say the least
Pros: I must say got this card for a good buddy of mine and he just loves it, from a GTX 560 Ti to this card and WOW !!! runs it all @ 1920X1080 MSI took the cake on this one this card is Overclock , Overbuilt , Over-voltage 10 out of 10 ........ and she runs so cool ..........Perfect!
Summary: This card is unbelievable! I went from an MSI twin frzr 7850 to this card, and WOW! my benchmarks on average are 30 fps higher. I can play games like Crysis on ultra and they have never looked better! The only "problem" that I had with the card is that I had to use their 8-pin adapters.
Cons: Size Power connector issue *see comments Can get warm (over 70* C) when benchmarking/gaming
Summary: System specs: Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit CPU: Intel Core i5 4670K @ 3.40GHz Ram: G.SKILL Ripjaws 8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 801MHz Motherboard: ASUS Z87-PRO Graphics: MSI N760 HAWK 2GB 256-bit GDDR5 Storage: Samsung SSD 840 EVO 120G and 2TB Western Digital Caviar Black Optical Drive: ASUS...
Pros: This card is an absolute beast! It shreds through everything that I have thrown at it. Although I have not been able to test it at 1080p, I know it will not be a problem for this card because I have played Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag with everything on max settings, 1280 x 1024 pixels, and Phys...
Pros: So the first pros it runs quiet i can barley hear it in my system over my 2 460 gtx's and it runs with less power then 2 460's all of my games are pretty good anywhere from 40 to 200 css cs:go ac4 splinter cell bf 3 and bf4 ( 65 in bf4 which is more then enough to play) currently i do not see any...
Cons: its not $200 i mean i have no cons you cant OC it much but i dont need to it plays everything over 40fps
Pros: I don't know where to start! I upgraded from an aging radeon 4890 and this msi hawk just blows it out of the water. I can play every game maxed out with no problems. Also, this card is whisper quiet, my 4890 sounding like a jet engine at takeoff and I can't even here the 760 during gaming.
Cons: I ordered the card in early December and they were out of the free game certificates. that's not enough to keep me from rating it 5 eggs tho.