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What specific cards are you comparing?

MSI GTX 770 Gaming

GB GTX 770 WF3
post #2914 of 9139
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I think this card is a dud.

ASIC 73%.... kind of low for a "high end" card... the Gigabytes seem to be in the 80's.

My two MSI Gaming 770's are in the 80's too (86.7% and 82.1%), but the 82.1% GPU is my top card, and overclocks better than the 2nd one which has higher ASIC, so i'll say, overclock it first and see what you get. ASIC is not really a big factor when it comes to overclocking, and that's said based on my experience with multiple GPU's. Let's hope yours proves wrong too biggrin.gif
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RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
HyperX 16Gb DDR4 3000Mhz CL15 WD 500GB Crucial M4 CT256M4SSD2 2.5" 256GB SATA III MLC ... Seagate 500GB 
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XSPC RayStorm High Performance Acetal CPU Liqui... Corsair SP 120 (x10) Thermaltake Riing 120 RGB (x6) XSPC Photon 270 Tube Reservoir Reservoir 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
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Quick : single or double fan one?
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Quick : single or double fan one?

Double all day any day.
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My two MSI Gaming 770's are in the 80's too (86.7% and 82.1%), but the 82.1% GPU is my top card, and overclocks better than the 2nd one which has higher ASIC, so i'll say, overclock it first and see what you get. ASIC is not really a big factor when it comes to overclocking, and that's said based on my experience with multiple GPU's. Let's hope yours proves wrong too biggrin.gif

If it were a matter of overclocking I'd give this card another shot, but the coil whine from it is bad on menus and I'm pretty sure it's also there during game play. As it is, I have pretty bad tinnitus so this thing will drive it wild.

Probably going to order the GB... as I figure another MSI will probably just do the same thing. PSU is Kingwin Lazer Platinum 1000... it worked fine when tested with a GB 770, so hopefully it's just the manufacturers component selection that isn't playing nice on the MSI.
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Quick : single or double fan one?

Double all day any day.
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Thanks guys.would get it.

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So guys I am torn here. My mind has been shifting from 760 to 770 to 780 for the last few days and I am indecisive. One of my priorities is that the card must be as silent as possible in idle. Because my case, PSU and CPU fans are inaudible idle I only here the GPU fans in idle in a silent room while studying with my rig(powerpoints, pdf files, office..).

Besides from that requirement, is there anything I should now from the different models? I have already owned a 760 from MSI and it coiled and spilled oil so I don't really want to go that route again. So what stays is the windforce, which is damn sexy cooler, the EVGA, which isn't great but has a great warranty it seems, and the ASUS which is the most quiet in idle according to reviews but has a damn ugly cooler tongue.gif Also it seems the windforce is the most powerhungry. Anyone has some wattmeter numbers while gaming? I have a 400w PSU and gaming with a 680(yes I owned one too) I drawed 280 watts from the wall maximum on crysis 3. So as these cards are overclocked 680s I expect to see 300watt maximum while gaming.

So anyone advice for me here? I would love a 780 but I don't feel it is worth it as I have only 1080p and even then the difference between 680/770 and 780 isn't that great. I would go for a 760 but it might struggle with bf4/Assassins creed IV and watchdogs no?
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