This spring so the release of many graphic cards followed up by models from partner manufacturers. Two cards that stick out from the rest is the Geforce GTX 780 from Asus and EVGA.
Price and performance are great, but for those who really want to enjoy the fall’s upcoming blockbusters you WILL need a graphics card powerful enough. One of the hottest models on the market is Geforce GTX 780 – the flagship of Nvidia’s new 700 series.
Not to be outdone EVGA also has its warrior the, EVGA Geforce GTX 780 ACX SC
Like the GeForce GTX Titanium the GTX 780 is also based on the GPU GK110, which contains fewer units than Nvidia’s monster model. Despite this, the model can in many cases come up in the same high levels of performance, especially when the frequencies get a boost in the right direction.
Partner Manufacturers have taken advantage of this and are now releasing a plethora customized GeForce GTX 780 with higher clock speeds, custom circuit boards with lavish coolers.
Geforce GTX 780 DirectCU II vs EVGA Geforce GTX 780 ACX SC Benchmarks
First here are the detailed specs:
It’s nice to see solutions from EVGA and Asus, both of which feels solid. The models are better than Nvidia’s reference options on most fronts and potential bidders are likely to be satisfied regardless of the choice. Its really a close battle between the two cards! Specially when it comes to PCGaming
Various testing tools: Futuremark, Unigine Heaven