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An excellent card and an affordable price,
I upgrade to a GTX 770 from a GTX660. Whilst the previous card was by no means outdated, I decided it was time to try for a boost in my system performance.
The card comes well packaged, along with documentation (albeit very short!) and a drivers disk to help you get started (I would recommend you installing the latest nVidia drivers directly from their site as opposed to using the one supplied on the disk).
The card is slightly larger than my old GTX 660, but was stil able to comfortably fit into my medi tower. Althought it would definitely be worth making sure this card WILL fit before purchasing.
In terms of performance, this card is fantastic; I've noticed around a 30% increase in frames on most of my new titles, whilst actually using higher settings.
Thief 4 - Everything maxed out with the exception of FXAA - 60fps with vysnc enabled.
BF4 - Everything completely maxed out - 80fps with vsync disabled.
Metro: Last Light - Maxed out - 30-40 fps with vsync enabled.
Batman Arkham Origins - Maxed out with FXAA set to low - 60fps with vsync enabled
I could go on, but the above titles are pretty big performance hitters, so I'm hoping you'll be able to compare this to older ones if need be.
Bottom line is, buy this card. For the price and the performance, you'll be hard pushed to find anything better at the time of writing!
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Initial post: 21 Jul 2014 07:00:17 BDT
Last edited by the author on 21 Jul 2014 07:01:10 BDT
I am intrigued by your Arkham Origins stat. I get a solid 60fps with everything maxed out, vsync enabled and FXAA set to high... on a GTX 760. I just double checked on Steam because I took a screenshot when I used the benchmark facility. Is your CPU bottlenecking the card maybe?
In reply to an earlier post on 1 Oct 2014 20:11:19 BDT
Vsync enabled probably limited frames to 60
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