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Gigabyte GTX 770 GDDR5-2GB 2xDVI/HDMI/DP OC WINDFORCE 3X Graphics Card GV-N770OC-2GD

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  • Ultra Durable VGA Components: GPU Temperature 5%-10% Down - Overclocking Capability 10%-30% Up - Power Switching Loss 10% - 30% Down
  • WINDFORCE 3X Anti-Turbulence Cooling Solution with Triangle Cool Technology
  • Features DVI-I/DVI-D/HDMI/Displayport outputs with HDCP protection
  • Recommended minimum system PSU 550W with two 6-pin PCI-E power connectors
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 0.4 x 1.1 cm ; 998 g
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 Kg
  • Item model number: GV-N770OC-2GD
  • ASIN: B00D3ES1Q0
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 20 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #101,188 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Powered by Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 GPU and integrated with industry's best 2GB GDDR5 memory and 384 bit memory interface


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Order arrived very promptly. All was in order. Teenage son reports that the graphics card is AWESOME.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa5251fcc) out of 5 stars 87 reviews
69 of 71 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2bea708) out of 5 stars Best card for the money June 4 2013
By GadgetryTechcom - Published on Amazon.com
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The Nvidia GTX 770 is one beast of a GPU. Granted this isn't as fast as a GTX 780 or Titan (uses the GK110 chip), both of those are priced much higher, $650 and $1000 respectively. This card is based off the GK104 just like the GTX 680. The reference model GTX 770s ship with a base clock of 1046MHz which is up from the 1006MHz found on the 680. The largest difference comes from the RAM speed. Nvidia stuck with the same 256 bit memory controller (a potential bottleneck for high resolutions and multiple screens) but increased memory speed to 1752 MHz (up from 1502). The higher memory speed yields a 7 Gb/s bandwidth. This helps it keep up with the AMD 7970 and its 384 bit memory controller. There are 1534 CUDA cores on the new GTX 770, just like the 680. I unboxed the Gigabyte GTX 770 Windforce 3X card and have uploaded the video. I go into further detail about the cards features as well.

It's not just the slight performance increase over the 680. It's the price and over-clockability. The new graphics card ships with a 230W TDP instead of the 680′s 195W. This better supports the higher frequencies and stability. On top of this, Nvidia set a base price of only $399 MSRP. So if you were considering dropping $450 for a GTX 680 (Why?), or an AMD HD 7970 GHZ ($420-450) this deserves a serious consideration. Another big plus comes from their driver support. Nvidia is known to have frequent and relevant driver updates. When games like Battlefield and Crysis ship, you know your card will work right away. AMD has made some serious progress with their new Catalyst drivers (12.5 and 12.6) so in some benchmarks they are actually faster. If you're planning on using two graphics cards then stay with Nvidia SLI for now. They consistently perform better with regards to frame stutter and minimum frame rates compared to AMD's Crossfire. I always advise that you check for game specific benchmarks before you make the plunge. If you're playing Tomb Raider and Hitman then stick with AMD. Battlefield 3 and Crysis favors Nvidia in most settings.

If you need a new card and have the money to spend, then go with the GTX 770. If you already own a 7900 series from AMD or a 670/680 from Nvidia, then I would hold off until the 800 series from Nvidia and the 9000 series from AMD at the end of the year. I've used a Radeon 7950 Boost edition from XFX and the Gigabyte GTX 770. I can't find anything to complain about. Sure with 3 screens the 7970 GHz might have been a better choice. But now I have CUDA for my game recording (Action! game capture supports CUDA), and Physix for games like Hawken and Borderlands. Having the latest and greatest is always a plus. I used the GeForce experience software and it automatically sets what Nvidia feels is the best performance for each game and your particular rig configuration. Not every game works but it's a great tool to have and is relatively light on resources.

Raw Data (Directly from Nvidia's Site):
GTX 770 GPU Engine Specs:
1536CUDA Cores
1046Base Clock (MHz)
1085Boost Clock (MHz)
134Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec)
GTX 770 Memory Specs:
7.0 GbpsMemory Clock
2048 MBStandard Memory Config
GDDR5Memory Interface
256-bitMemory Interface Width
224.3Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)
GTX 770 Support:
4.3 OpenGL
PCI Express 3.0 Bus Support
Yes Certified for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista, or Windows XP
GPU Boost 2.0, 3D Vision, CUDA, DirectX 11, PhysX, TXAA,
AdaptiveV-Sync, FXAA, 3D Vision Surround, SLI-Ready, SHIELD-ReadySupported Technologies
Yes 3D Vision Ready
Yes 3D Gaming
Yes Blu Ray 3D
Yes 3D Vision Live (Photos and Videos)
Yes NVIDIA PhysX(tm) Technology
11Microsoft DirectX 11.1 API
Display Support:
4096×2160 Maximum Digital Resolution1
2048×1536 Maximum VGA Resolution
One Dual Link DVI-I, One Dual Link DVI-D, One HDMI, One DisplayPortStandard Display Connectors
4 displays Multi Monitor
Yes HDCP
Yes HDMI
InternalAudio Input for HDMI
GTX 770 Graphics Card Dimensions (Reference model):
4.376 inches Height
10.5 inches Length
Dual-slot Width
Thermal and Power Specs:
98C Maximum GPU Temperature (in C)
230W Graphics Card Power (W)
600W Minimum Recommended System Power (W)
One 8-pin and one 6-pinSupplementary Power Connectors

*1 - 4096×2160 resolution supported through a single HDMI connector. 4096×2160 resolution is not supported with two DVI connectors.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2bea930) out of 5 stars Simply Awesome. July 3 2013
By C. Jolls - Published on Amazon.com
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I've had this card a little over a month and so far I have zero complaints. All the specs aside, the card is a behemoth. Both physically and in capability. If you're worried the 3 fans will be noisy, don't be; they're silent.. even under load. At least I don't hear them over whatever game I'm playing. But even with the side cover off my HAF922, I can't hear them over the rest of the fans. So far everything I've run on it has run at max settings and 1920x1080 without a problem. I'm not into overclocking and honestly haven't seen a reason to, but then again I'm not as much a hard-core gamer as some. I was building a new PC and wanted the latest without spending over $400, and this board came out just at the right time.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2beab94) out of 5 stars for whom this card was a nice present "Overclocked this is on par with an r9 ... July 29 2014
By Alexandru Ionel - Published on Amazon.com
I will quote my son's review, for whom this card was a nice present
"Overclocked this is on par with an r9 290 stock. It's the same chip as with the more expensive enthusiast gtx 680 and has higher bandwith (7ghz gddr stock) and slightly better performance. Considering I've upgraded from a HD 4870 - r7 260/gtx 650le equivalent, it's a huge step up.
This is the way to go if you have a use for the extra cuda cores and bandwith in rendering or editing. For gaming this card will max out anything at 1920x1200 at well over 60 fps, and can easily push 1440/1600p in today's games. Don't be enticed by the fancy marketing gimmicks, you should consider the r9 290 for bigger monitors/multi-monitor setups. The frame buffer is sufficient even for Crysis 3 or a heavily modded skyrim at the mentioned resolutions. This is also much better than it's AMD equivalent at streaming and has the added bonus of Shadowplay and clean shiny geforce experience and control pannel (it's not it's selling point though).
I would recommend this to silent PC enthusiasts: This GPU has no coil whine whatsoever, the 'Windforce' cooler is exceptionally well made and is almost inaudible at idle. In benches the max temperature is around 70° while in games it varies but is usually much lower. I haven't tried downvolting yet but it is not needed as it stays very cool and quiet on it's own."
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2beab10) out of 5 stars Really nice Feb. 19 2014
By OmarFW - Published on Amazon.com
Just hooked it up to my modded skyrim setup with lots of graphical enhancements like lighting overhauls and 2k resolution textures and it handled it all like a dream. I'm also using a 120 hz monitor. Not sure what my average fps was but it was definitely saturating the extra fps potential of the higher refresh rate. The best part is that this thing is QUIET. At 100% fan speed it is audible but lower pitched than many other GPU fans out there, so even when it's being louder it won't bother or annoy you. I haven't used this for very long so I can't comment on the cooling performance, but noise is a deal breaker for me and this thing delivers. I can say that after a few hours of modded skyrim this wasn't breaking a sweat. No overheating problems here.

I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a higher budget GPU that can handle but doesn't want to drop several hundred dollars for a top of the line 780 or Titan.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2bec018) out of 5 stars Very nice! Feb. 7 2014
By Wiz - Published on Amazon.com
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Very happy with the Gigabyte GTX 770. The 3 fans are quiet and keep the card cool. Game performance is as expected...awesome. High-ultra high settings on all my current games. Paired with a Dell 2713 at 2560x1440. Also, Netflix HD movies look great. The GTX 770 is probably the best bang for your buck right now. Highly recommended!


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