NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card Review (Gainward, Palit and ZOTAC)

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Overclocked Graphics Card Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Launch Review
(3x GTX 760 OC Vs. 7950 OC and GTX 660 Ti OC)
featuring
Gainward GeForce GTX 760 Phantom
Palit GeForce GTX 760 JetStream
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 760 AMP! Edition

There are a bunch of people at NVIDIA who need a bonus… the team that worked on the GK104 design. Since its first appearance on the GTX 680 in March last year it has been used and retooled on numerous products from the GTX 660 Ti through GTX 670, GTX 690 and even the GTX 770 which we covered last month. In fact there were even some OEM GTX 660s that stepped away from GK106 to use a cut down GK104 instead. That’s a lot of product over quite a timescale from NVIDIA and goes to show how confident they are in the scalability and performance of that GPU… so yes, well done that team.

Even with the GK104 being over a year old and being re-used on GTX 770 NVIDIA are not done yet… today GK104 is re-invented again in the form of GTX 760. With a new core configuration and the addition of GPU Boost 2.0 to with adaptive temperature controllers this card is designed to replace the GTX 660Ti… and take out the 7950. Today with a bunch of factory overclocked cards we find out in a selection of real word games including Crysis 3, Battlefield 3, Grid 2 and Company of Heroes 2 if NVIDIA can succeed.

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