The best bang for buck for extended resolutions, period.
16 October 2012
Summary: If you plan to use multi-monitor or extended resolutions (i.e. 5760x1080, 2550x1440, etc) and like to use lots of AA and high res textures, you might want to consider getting a 4GB GTX 670 instead of a 2GB one.
Summary: I bought 2 of these 4 Gig cards delivered for under $325 each. What a steal. This is an excellent video card, As a matter of fact I actually replaced an MSI twin Freeze GTX 680 2 Gig Card with this card, because I am running 3 Asus 2560 x 1440 monitors, and the GTX 680 2 Gig card seemed to be a bit...
Summary: An excellent card, capable, fast and relatively quiet. With the 4gb of GDDR5 Vram it performs brilliantly in games such as Skyrim and GTA IV when using very high resolution texture replacements, where a 2gb card would perhaps suffer.
Summary: I bought this when it was £279.99. Good preforming card running faster than a regular GTX 670. Probably matches a regular 680's preformance. Loving the 5 year warranty also but make sure you sign up for this with Zotac within 14 days.
Summary: bought this for my stepson and he is extremely happy with it, not being a gamer myself I have no knowledge of these things but am more than willing to take his word for it and recommend this product.
Summary: I've been running with twin, water cooled HD6970's for around 12 months. I run at 2560*1600 and they coped pretty nicely with most of the games I could throw at it. Exceptions started to appear however. Maxed Crysis 2 DX11 would cough and stutter a bit. BF3 same story. Time for a change it was.