GTX 760 Graphics Card


Mar 25, 2003
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Yet another graphics card has hit the market, this time the GTX 760. Reviewers all over the net have been taking a look:

MSI set the MSRP for the N760 TF 2GD5/OC at $259.99. That puts it directly in the price range of the GTX 660Ti and lower than the Radeon HD 7950. That is a stellar price point. This video card is definitely priced to move. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if we saw a rather significant price drop in the GTX 660Ti after this release. It just doesn’t make sense for it to be the same price as or more expensive than a card that beats it every time. The GTX 760 also goes toe to toe with the Radeon HD 7950 and is now less expensive. In my opinion, at $260, the N760 TF 2GD5/OC is an awesome value.
MSI N760 TF 2GD5/OC Twin Frozr Video Card at Benchmark Reviews

In terms of the three cards on show today the performance, for framerates at least, was pretty much identical. The Gainward and Palit cards did run cooler and on less power than the Zotac but it had its own bonus of being more compact both in length and width which means it could suit smaller builds more.
Gainward, Palit and ZOTAC at Hardware Heaven

Gainward's Phantom edition card improves almost everything about Nvidia's reference GeForce GTX 760. Although its spiffy upgraded cooler occupies three slots instead of two, it has removable fans that are easy to clean and replace, while the card's factory overclock offers about 8% more performance than the stock design, which was enough speed to outpace the Radeon HD 7950 in most of our tests.
Gainward GeForce GTX 760 Phantom at Tech Spot

Gigabyte has come through again with the GeForce GTX 760 OC Version. Although the GV-N760OC-2GB is really a refresh of the GTX670 design, the addition of the award winning Windforce 3x cooling system helps lift the performance well beyond what we have seen from the reference design and leverages all of the same advancements found in the GTX 770.
Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Video Card at Ninja Lane


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