GeForce GTX 770 Benchmarks

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SABATINI

My pair of GTX770's came UPS today and I am really excited as I gather all my parts for a huge Fourth of July Build-A-Rama!

The cards are awesome, along with the Asus packaging!

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sean76

So they bump up the clock speeds a little bit, and say it's worth $600? LOL Yeah, I did this with my GTX680, can I get a $1,000 for it?
I know they want to make money, but come on! Do some real work and put something worth while out. The 770 and the Haswell chips are not enough of a performace increase to justify buying, unless you're updating from a 3 year old system. And most of the people with 3 year old systems, are not buying components for gaming.... they are buying prefab Dell's, HP's or something of the sorts.

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joshnorem

The price is $400 actually.

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phatbody

Nvidia and Intel have learned well from Apple. Offer minimal upgrades for a premium price.

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Dorito Bandit

Would love to see more energy efficient cards. Good for the environment and our monthly electricity bill. :)

Maybe MaximumPC will put together a nice energy efficient, yet powerful, gaming pc built around Haswell. That would sure be a very interesting article. HINT!

I love MaximumPC! :)

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Hilarity

In other news, my OC'd Titan still shits all over single GPU cards. Moan all you want about price, it is a superlative GPU, not some gimped and twisted up version.

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SEALBoy

Too bad the Titan gets its ass handed to it in most games by the identically-priced GTX 690. Your card "wins" over cards less than half its price yet gets beaten by its own competition.

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Hilarity

Single GPU cards, you mongoloid spastic. Read it properly. Not the heat and drivers issues of dual GPU or SLI.

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SEALBoy

SLI doesn't have many driver issues anymore. Just look at some benchmarks, it's significantly faster than your Titan in almost every game.

Also, the Titan runs only a couple degrees cooler than the 690 under load, and consumes 10-50W less. Those are small prices to pay for 15-20% faster performance. Fact is the GTX 690 is simply a better deal than a Titan. The Titan only makes sense if you want to spend $2000 and SLI from the get-go.

Mongoloid spastic? Proof that creativity does not mean intelligence.

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Chronologist

I like the way you think.

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B.A.Frayd

So the 770 is a slightly overclocked 680 that uses more power than a 680? Disappointing and not impressed.

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tom_m

It turns out that they re-did the circuit board for lower temps, integrated the Titan-style cooling system, created a new version of GPU Boost that should get you a higher performance ceiling, and lowered the price by about 100 bucks. Maybe not worth upgrading from a GTX 680 or 670, but worth a look if your 500-series Nvidia card or 6000-series AMD card is feeling sluggish.

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B.A.Frayd

That's all great Tom, but mostly cosmetic. I would really like to have seen them base a 770 off the GK110 architecture.

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joshnorem

We all would, but they just announced the 780. I'm sure they want to give it some breathing room.

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B.A.Frayd

Point being, with the 770 being based on GK104, will we see any "lesser" GK110-based 700 series cards. The 770 seems like more of a marketing move and less of a technology move.

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joshnorem

It's hard to say - there's still some room at $500 that Nvidia is leaving open for now, so it's very possible.

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Chronologist

Can't wait to see the 600 series price cuts

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Number Six

Someone needs to proof-read the specs above. The GTX670 only has 1,344 CUDA cores and is clocked lower-than the GTX680. There are other errors, but no need to beat a dead horse...

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joshnorem

Thanks. They somehow got butchered; it's been fixed, cheers.

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Dexter243

still quite happy with my 2 560 336cuda in sli still runs it all with easy

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HiGHRoLLeR038

Nice, but the 600's have a lot of life in them still. I don't think i'll upgrade my 580 until the 800 series comes out in another year-ish or so

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TheMissingPiece

Wow, sounds like an awesome card. Thanks for updating your graphics benchmarks! I've always wanted to see Crysis 3 and Metro: Last Light thrown in there.

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