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http://wccftech.com/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-770-windforce-oc-edition-graphics-card-pictured/

Windforce 770 will boost way over 1200MHz at stock settings...
 
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post #42 of 136
All the people saying 2GB is a failure, when was the last time you actually encountered a Vram bottleneck before you hit the limits of what the GPU could actually use? Real, solid proof of a Vram limit not afterburner telling you the game is caching XXXX MB's. I'm genuinely curious, because it took GTS 450 1GB cards in SLI at 6000x1200 for me to see it actually happen.


Also, 770 results aren't really a surprise here. 680 with faster clocks and memory, pretty much nothing new to see.
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All the people saying 2GB is a failure, when was the last time you actually encountered a Vram bottleneck before you hit the limits of what the GPU could actually use? Real, solid proof of a Vram limit not afterburner telling you the game is caching XXXX MB's. I'm genuinely curious, because it took GTS 450 1GB cards in SLI at 6000x1200 for me to see it actually happen.


Also, 770 results aren't really a surprise here. 680 with faster clocks and memory, pretty much nothing new to see.

I've encountered it in lots of games so far including Crysis 3, BioShock Infinite, and even in Trine 2! LOL. 2GB is indeed good but it's not enough anymore, that's a fact.
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http://wccftech.com/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-770-windforce-oc-edition-graphics-card-pictured/

Windforce 770 will boost way over 1200MHz at stock settings...

nice find. good to know that this card is gonna launch at the same price as the 670 did.
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I am totally digging the new windforce design.
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http://wccftech.com/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-770-windforce-oc-edition-graphics-card-pictured/

Windforce 770 will boost way over 1200MHz at stock settings...

That card is none reference, is the only difference the stock factory overclock? Or do you think this card will be some sort of cherry picked?

Seems like its gonna cost at least $50 for what I can see just being factory overclocked?
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Meh, would of loved to see that same test at 1080p and the CPU to at least 4.4/4.5Ghz mad.gif

they most likely didn't have a good CPU cooler biggrin.gif
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That card is none reference, is the only difference the stock factory overclock? Or do you think this card will be some sort of cherry picked?

Seems like its gonna cost at least $50 for what I can see just being factory overclocked?

binning is pretty rare.

Unless it's a custom pcb I doubt there's anything different compared to the ref card other than the bios and the cooler
 
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I've encountered it in lots of games so far including Crysis 3, BioShock Infinite, and even in Trine 2! LOL. 2GB is indeed good but it's not enough anymore, that's a fact.


Oh please, just because you can find some settings to "max" out VRAM doesn't mean it actually uses that much, or it is playable with those settings.  It's been shown time and time again that for single cards and single monitors 2 GB is fine.


Edited by Forceman - 5/29/13 at 3:39pm
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Think itd make sense to get the 4gb version or will the 256bit bus make that completely pointless? I'm looking to side grade with this card not just for physx and the other perks of nvidia but mostly and largely to hold resale value.

I want 770 so when maxwell releases i can sell that to fund a maxwell purchase. Cause by that time 7970s will likely be worth less than 770s both used. My only thought is a 2gb card won't hold resale value.
    
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