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GeForceGTXTitan
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Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan

RAM: 6144 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 837 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

As Nvidia claims, the GTX Titan is indeed the fastest graphics card on the market according to Expert Reviews' benchmarks, being able to run games in Surround mode at 5,670 x 1,080 resolution …

4 reviews

 

GeForce GTX770
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Nvidia GeForce GTX 770

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1046 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

While the nVidia GeForce GTX 770 can't match the 780 for sheer power and features, it's a great choice for the money that delivers excellent performance while keeping noise levels low. …

4 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

GeForce GTX650 Ti Boost
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Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 980 MHz; DirectX version: 11

Thanks to its superb power efficiency, quiet and cool operation and fantastic speeds, PC Pro reckon the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost is the best card on the market right now for single-display …

3 reviews

 

 
GeForce GTX 780Ti
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Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 875 MHz; DirectX version: 11

The name of the game for Nvidia's GeForce GTX 780 Ti is 'desirability'. AMD's Radeon cards might be just as powerful, but their build quality can't match Nvidia's …

2 reviews

 

GeForce GTX780 3GB
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Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 3GB

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 863 MHz; …

It might not be as expensive as the Titan, but the GTX 780 is still a pricey piece of kit, and it's not even as fast as Nvidia's own dual-GPU GTX 690. It really comes into its own, however, …

4 reviews

 

GeForce GTX760
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Nvidia GeForce GTX 760

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 980 MHz; DirectX version: 11

If you don't need to play all games at the very highest resolution and quality possible, the GeForce GTX 760 is a great card for the money that will cope with even the most demanding titles at

3 reviews

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 6/2013 Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 2GB Although 2013 looked like it would be a pretty uneventful year for graphics cards, it's turned out not to be the case and there have been some very interesting launches, the latest of which is Nvidia's GeForce GTX 760 2GB. … to review

GeForce GTX670
Nvidia GeForce GTX 670

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 915 MHz; DirectX version: 11

If you have around £300 to spend on a graphics card, the GeForce GTX 670 is a no-brainer, since according to Expert Reviews it's the best offering you can find in this price range. Its

6 reviews

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 7/2012 Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 So far this year, Nvidia has only released high-end graphics cards: the flagship GeForce GTX 690, the more affordable GTX 680 and now the slightly cheaper, but still quite pricey GTX 670. … to review

Nvidia GeForce GTX 680
Nvidia GeForce GTX 680

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1006 MHz; DirectX version: 11

PC Advisor say the Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 graphics card is one of the best performers available at the moment, for high-end cards. It sees the introduction of the new Kepler hardware, which is

5 reviews

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 3/2012 Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 2GB Nvidia have fallen behind AMD again in the race of who can release a greater series of graphics cards. Will the Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 2GB card give Nvidia a fighting chance in the 28nm battle? … to review

GeForce GTX550 Ti 1024MB
Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti (1GB)

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 900 MHz; …

While the reference GTX 550 Ti gives AMD's more affordable Radeon HD 6670 a run for its money, PC Advisor weren't too sure this is the best option to go for if you're on a budget. …

5 reviews

 

GeForce GTX560 Ti (1GB)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti (1GB)

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 822 MHz; …

PC Advisor describes this chip's performance as excellent and gives a nod toward the manufacturer's success at improving this model's energy efficiency. Yet they go on to describe how …

6 reviews

 

 
GeForce GTX690
Nvidia GeForce GTX 690

RAM: 4096 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 915 MHz; DirectX version: 11

Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 690 features two GTX 680 cores, each clocked to a slightly lower stock speed of 915MHz. It still features the Turbo Boost technology, so that the core clock can change

2 reviews

 

More information at: PC Pro, 5/2012 Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 Nvidia hope that their new dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690 card will improve upon the highly successful GTX 680. … to review

GeForce GTX590 3GB
Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 (3GB)

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 607 MHz; …

Tom's Hardware found the Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 (3GB), although not quite as fast as the Radeon HD 6990, to be their graphics card of choice, thanks to its super quiet and predictable

5 reviews

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 3/2011 Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 3GB Despite a tradition of releasing range topping dual-GPU graphics cards since 2006, it’s been over two years since we’ve seen a new multi-GPU graphics setup from Nvidia. Back then it was the GeForce GTX 295 1,792MB, tearing up the benchmarks with its dual GT200b GPUs and going head-to-head with the Radeon HD 4870 X2 2GB. … to review

GeForce GTX570
Nvidia GeForce GTX 570

RAM: 1280 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 732 MHz; …

Although Expert Reviews recommend waiting to see what efforts come from AMD before buying this card, they do say that die-hard gamers will find the Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 currently the best option.

5 reviews

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 12/2010 Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 1.3GB Following the release of Nvidia’s new top-end, GF110-based GeForce GTX 580 1.5GB last month, we were fully expecting ATI to reply in quick fashion with its own high end cards. In the last few words of the review, we even went so far as to advise you all to hold off for a few weeks. ... … to review

Nvidia GeForce GTS 450
Nvidia GeForce GTS 450

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 783 MHz; …

Considering its low price, the GeForce GTS 450 is quite an impressive performer, offering no extras, bells or whistles but providing playable frame rates on even the most graphic-intensive modern

4 reviews

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 8/2011 Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 Nvidia's GeForce GTS 450 is one of the cheapest 'serious' gaming cards on the market, but is it worth spending a bit more on something a tad better? … to review

GeForce GTX580
Nvidia GeForce GTX 580

RAM: 1536 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 772 MHz; …

In spite of its lack of multi-monitor support and absence of a DisplayPort connector, the GeForce GTX 580 is an extraordinary performer which sees nVidia back at the top of their game. PC

5 reviews

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 11/2010 Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 Nvidia had significant trouble releasing the first GF100 Fermi-based GPU back in March, with launch delays letting ATI rule the DX11 battleground for roughly six months. It didn’t help that when the GeForce GTX 480 1.5GB did find its way to our test rigs, it wasn’t fast enough for the price, and also ran hot, loud and consumed too much power. What a difference a few months make, as the new GeForce GTX 580 1.5GB solves all of these issues. … to review

GeForce GT430
Nvidia GeForce GT 430

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 1400 MHz; …

PC Pro tested the Nvidia GeForceGT 430 graphics card and found it to give a middle-of-the-road performance. Nvidia created the GT 430 for less powerful computers and it has enough power to handle …

2 reviews

 

Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 1GB
Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 1GB

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 675 MHz; …

"... it performed better than ATI's competing cards at this price range, it's not too noisy and power consumption is as competitive as anything else. ... After the disaster that was …

4 reviews

 

Nvidia GeForce GTX 470
Nvidia GeForce GTX 470

RAM: 1280 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 607 MHz; …

"... One thing nVidia does have going for it, is its exclusive technology, particularly PhysX and 3D gaming. ... We've waited a long time for nVidia's true next generation graphics …

4 reviews

 

Nvidia GeForce GTX 480
Nvidia GeForce GTX 480

RAM: 1536 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 700 MHz; …

"All things considered, there's a lot to like here. The Fermi architecture has a lot to offer, particularly where anti-aliasing or tessellation are concerned. The 5870 does have a …

4 reviews

 

Nvidia Quadro 5000
Nvidia Quadro 5000

RAM: 2500 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 513 MHz; …

The Nvidia Quadro 5000 came out better than the AMD card on virtually every benchmark test, with a clear lead in the synthetic benchmark, and Tom's Hardware found there was little need to …

1 review

 

 
 

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Product information and further reviews

GeForce GTX 760 Review: GK104 Shows Up (And Off) At £210 Tom's Hardware 6/2013 - Instead of introducing a new GPU this year, Nvidia's new cards are still being based on the GK104 in different configurations, the latest incarnation of which is the GeForce GTX 760.

Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 TechRadar UK 3/2011 - Can Zotac's take on Nvidia's latest win the top graphics card crown?

Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 PC Pro 12/2010 - Nvidia assured us we wouldn’t have to wait long for new cards after last month’s barnstorming GTX 580 and, sure enough, the GTX 570 has already arrived. It’s built around the same re-engineered GF110 architecture as the GTX 580, with only minor tweaks.

Nvidia GeForce GTS 450: Hello GF106, Farewell G92 Tom's Hardware 9/2010 - After dutifully serving the mainstream gaming community for three years, Nvidia's G92 is finally being played out. Meet GF106, the little engine behind GeForce GTS 450. Is this 192-core part still potent, or did Nvidia cut too much from G92's replacement?

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