The graphics arena is very dynamic now a days, with the acquirement of ATI in 2006 by AMD its been a constant battle between the Greens and the Reds with both side having their share of the crown. For the last two progressions however we can see both side trumping respectively. With implementation of TSMC 28Nm node the innovation have died down a bit and we are seeing an annual refresh of lineup from both sides. While AMD has kept the best of both worlds in their lineup, Nvidia has fully segregated their lineup with Geforce denoting the gaming segment and Quadro denoting the professional segment. Today we have the flagship Nvidia gaming GPU with us for review.
Presenting the Asus GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC
While the 780 in itself is a bit of downer for me(expected more and got less), the card we have is a piece of engineering.
ASUS as always tried to out do themsleves…and they did.
How they did is what we will see in the review
Over the next few pages we would go through a quick look at the features and specs,a little showcase and then dive into numbers…aight?
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