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ASUS GeForce GTX 670 Direct CU II 2048 MB

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, May 10, 2012.

  1. DonInKansas

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    Gettin 2 of these:toast:

    I'm so happy and proud to be a PC gamer:rockout:


    *hugs everyone*
     
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    Glad someone still remembers that girl. Now let's get some work done to afford one of these 'cause nothing comes fro free in this world.
     
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    Just read this from their website.

    I have an Eyefinity rig and my adapter worked great at 4320*900 but I have since moved up to 5760*1080 and now it cuts out. I really didn't want to buy another one and fortunately I'm selling rig 1 soon so now I can put that money toward a 670GTX!!

    One other question.

    Do Dirt 3 and Hard Reset not support Nvidia Surround?
     
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    Length?
     
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    27cm or 11inches.
     
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    Stock MSI 670GTX

    Dimensions: 242x111x38 mm
     
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    27 cm from io slot cover to end of the cooler
     
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    Card looks awesome, will there be a 4GB version?
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Nvidia too. Even a vanilla 670 is so close to the 680 it's ridiculous, at about €60 less. And it will probably be widely avaliable sooner.

    This is almost mind blowing. It'll be interesting to see what happens to prices in the coming weeks.
     
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    wow, I thought the palit one was good, this is even better for the same price! I really was going to sit this round out as my 480's are doing fine but the 670 is changing my mind. 2 of these in sli will draw about the same as just one of my 480's while offering way more performance. wow.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    On AMD cards, many users are reporting problems with secondary monitors, sometimes with crossfire, sometimes without. Browser-based video playback seems a common issue.

    Have you noticed any such issues with NV cards?


    Performance and power consumption is damn good!
     
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    is this directu 2 TOP BETTER THAN gigabyte oc?
     
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    I've said it before and I'll say it again: if GK104 is this monstrously powerful, how fast is GK110 gonna be?

    7970 is in big trouble but 7950 isn't doing too well either. If the 660 offers proportional performance and is introduced at $300, the 7950 isn't worth it. ATI will have to drop the prices on both those cards by $50 or more to make them attractive again.
     
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    How about to the end of the backplate? My friend's case has a overhang that only cuts into the bottom half of cards.
     
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    Dang dang dang...aweeeeesome card.

    78xx and 79xx have been officially, royally screwed.
     
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    Whats the power draw on SLI look like thus far?.......or should I just shut my trap and wait for the review?
     
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    anyone know when will this asus gtx 670 available on the us market? right now only tigerdirect has it,but they don't have this asus card.
     
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    To those saying AMD are in trouble now....

    No, they're not. They sold most of their expected stock in the three months when NV weren't at the party.

    Let me ask this. Would you buy a GTX 680, or this?

    So, based on the availability of this card, I think we'd all buy the Asus 670 DCII over ANY OTHER card. AMD are not in trouble but the 680 sales will be hit hard by cards as good as this.

    Hell, might be selling my water cooled 7970 and get me one (or two) of these. :rockout:
     
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    Question for W1zz.

    I can see them on pre-order but the clocks listed on e-tailers are saying 915MHz. What's the deal with that?

    You've said it comes overclocked. Is there a TOP version or just the basic DCII?

    Very important to know, there's about 1000 TPU'ers all lining up to buy one :laugh:
     
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    There are already SLI reviews floating around. Around 300W. So you can get a 670SLI setup running on a good 500W PSU. How about that?
     
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    Thats what I like to hear! My lil' 600w should push them no problem then.......now I just need money. :laugh:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I just posted a thread with them on newegg.com they are 399$ (cheapest one)
     
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    Ouch.

    The Zotac Amp, Palit Jetstream and the Asus DCII all beat or level with the GTX 680.

    It's all in the clocks.
     

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