Geforce GTX 760 Benchmarks

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jmr1969

I currently have a I7 2600k 8 gigs of ram a Samsung 840 Pro 128 SSD & a WD Black 1 tb hard drive and my EVGA GTX 560 ti SC is not cutting it.
I should have room for what ever card in my CM Storm Trooper case.
The only card I have truly ruled out was the Asus.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPmrEV3op5k

I am looking for FPS 1st and Sound 2nd I don't want to have to tweak settings or OC it.

EVGA vs Gigabyte vs MSI vs Inno3d I do want to get the 4 gig version as well thanks.

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jbitzer

So, I have a single EVGA 660 ti Signature 2 right now. Would I be better off going SLI, or buying this card and using the 660 as a dedicated PhysX card?

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joshnorem

You're better off going SLI with your Tis.

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DDRDiesel

So, MaxPC guys, here's my question:

I'm currently running a rig that has 2x GTX 550 Ti cards in SLI. Is it worth the upgrade to purchase one GTX 760 in their place, or should I just keep the two cards I have now?

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joshnorem

What kind of FPS do you get at what settings for what res? This card lets you max out settings at 1080p.

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B.A.Frayd

...and run the game way below 60FPS.

No thanks.

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joshnorem

It's not ideal but anything over 40ish is still quite playable.

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phillipblackwell

Once you go 60fps it's hard to go back to "playable".

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TheMissingPiece

Well, I've never been less surprised by this card, and that's not a bad thing! It's a good performance boost over the 660 Ti for about $50 less, which makes sense, going one generation to the next.

I hope 660 Ti prices drop, now. I want to SLI mine. >:D

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iplayoneasy

Still rocking 3 gtx 480's I bought in 2011 for $450. I don't know but nothing yet has come out game wise to push it hard at 1080p. Looks like i'm waiting another generation. It's neat though that 2 of these can match my setup at a $500 price point. Pretty good deal Nvidia.

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Chronologist

Could we have gotten a bench comparison to the 670 gtx?

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Refuge88

There were a couple benches where it came ahead and a few mroe where it was nipping at the heals of the 670 both with stock clocks.

Infact with a healthy dose of OC this card is showing that it can fill in the gap between it and the 770 (Stock clocked) fairly competantly.

Obviously with a equally healthy OC on the 770 it returns to being a no contest.

Also fun fact, this is the first nVidia card to break the 1300mhz barrier with its stock air cooler.

With a good bin in your pocket you can get quite the bang for your buck outa this little work horse, I'm excited for the future budget gaming builds I'll be able to do with this card.

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joshnorem

I added the GTX 670.

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cigar3tte

Going from 1080p to 1920 x 1200 wouldn't take too much of a hit right?

Also, I was under the impression that the Radeon 7870 beats the 660Ti in most tests, but it lost all of them here. Is this due to running at 1080p?

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Refuge88

On the Anand in depth benchmarking the 760 did well at higher resolutions as well, you may need to turn some of the eye candy off. But to put it in perspective.

At 2560 it was averaging low 30's to mid 40's across their large test bed of games with EVERYTHING maxed out. I think just turning down the AA and running it at the 1920 you are looking for would put you well within the realm of playable. Esspecially if you give it that nice little OC that is soo easy to do anymore, that is so long as you don't mind the noise. The stock cooler can get a good buzz going on.

If sound is an issue for you many of the third party manufacturers already have their own coolers available, MSI's Twin Frozr has always been a solid preformer in my eyes.

They also come with a predone healthy overclock as well.

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Jaeger_CDN

And I was waiting until this came out before upgrading from my 560 ti.

I generally skip 1 generation to get a better bang-for-buck and if they're saying it's already double what a 560 ti can do I'm sold. Now if Nvidia would only bundle games with their cars like AMD life would be just that much sweeter.

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Refuge88

Mmmm.... Now THIS is tastey!

With the wider memory interface, and a 4g buffer. This would make for a wonderful budget widescreen gaming rig.

I know budget isn't really "MAXIMUM", but what can I say? I'm poor! lol.

Get one of these over the 780 and put the money saved into two more monitors. Take a weekend make a project out of it and debezel them. And play modern games on medium at 5460. I like it!

If I want mroe eye candies, overclocking and SLI are always affordable upgrade paths as well. Then I can get the 980 because I didn't have to buy two more monitors or another $650 card.

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Dacken

"Nvidia is saying this is the final card in the 700-series"

So I take it that there will not be a Ti variant of the card, or do you think it's possible they are keeping that card to fill up to 300$ slot of their 700-series lineup?

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joshnorem

It's hard to say. There is a HUGE gap now between this card at $250 and the $400 GTX 770, so anything is possible. But we'll have to wait until October or so to find out. My guess is they are waiting to see if AMD makes a move then they will either counter or do nothing according to what that card can do.

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Refuge88

Looking at the benchmarks, take them for what you will.

But with a healthy overclock its starting to come up and nip at the heels of a stock 770.

Now obviously the 770 can still overclock, but the 770 also isn't $250.

EDIT: Looking at Anand benches atleast. I come here for news bits, not the full story.

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