(TS) – Let’s review the MSI GeForce GTX 770 Gamer edition. This more affordable version of the GTX 770 might be stock clocked but is armed with military class components, an awesome TwinFrozr cooler that is very silent and keeps this GPU chilled down at a cool 70 Degrees C temperature. Oh and it overclocks as well as any GTX 770 card really, making this a bargain buy for just 370 EUR.
It is still very powerful though, with 2,304 CUDA cores (GK110 graphics processing unit), 3 GB of GDDR5 VRAM, and four display outputs.For those who want to know exactly what the display outputs are, here is the list: DL-DVI-I / DL-DVI-D / DisplayPort / HDMI.
Micro-Star International decided to take liberties with the design, eventually making the GeForce GTX 780 Gaming. This board has a custom PCB, the Twin Frozr IV Advanced dual-fan cooler, and Military Class components (fourth-generation).
It also went that extra mile and included the MSI Gaming App tuning utility, which enables gamers to instantly switch between a high-performance OC mode.
“The MSI GTX 780 features software and hardware exclusively designed for real gamers, making it the ultimate weapon for dominating any gaming calling,” the company wrote in its press release.
The Twin Frozr IV Advanced cooler uses Airflow Control technology, and two 100mm fans with propeller Blade technology.
It lets the card operate at a core temperature of just 67°C and noise level of a mere 25.7 dB, despite the serious modifications to the clock speeds. And by that we mean that the GPU runs at 954 MHz, and 1006 MHz when things get particularly demanding. The reference GTX 780 only manages 863 MHz / 900 MHz.
The 3 GB of GDDR5 VRAM were left alone though. With the interface of 384 bits and everything else the card can do, 6008 MHz must have been deemed more than sufficient.
Tags: Gaming Graphics Card, MSI GTX 780
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