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|01-14-2017 02:17 PM|
Hello GTX 680 owners,
|01-09-2017 06:52 PM|
|dVeLoPe||i just checked the ASIC quality on my day1 eVga 680 and its 77% no wonder it clocked so well =b|
|09-07-2016 11:20 PM|
I just found out i removed throttling on kepler loool
It throttles no more when 70c
|06-21-2016 09:46 PM|
|fido||hhh XD I upgraded to gt 970, but still have it on my shelf tho , thinking to build a 3 in1 machine with vm's ( router + nas + stream machine so will put it in good use )|
|06-08-2016 11:01 AM|
|saint19||Please remove me from the group, I am not longer owner of this series...my Lightning just dead few months ago.|
|06-03-2016 07:26 AM|
|FrodeL70||I have three ASUS GTX 680 dc2t 2 GB and can't find any reason to upgrade, exept maybe to get more memory. These cards are still going strong and play 100+ fps in Crysis 3 ultra 1080p. Absolutely awesome GPUs.|
|09-03-2015 09:37 AM|
Pretty much a GTX 980 matches two 680s.
But for me, a 980TI would be a nice upgrade from your set up.
|09-03-2015 09:25 AM|
|Ice009||Hey guys, what would be the current equivalent single card these days to match or exceed 2 x GTX 680 4GB cards? I'm trying to figure out if it's worth upgrading or not (money wise).|
|08-14-2015 06:29 AM|
|Levelog||Hey, does anyone know what size screws the MSI 680 Twin Frozr uses for the bracing plate/heatsink? I can only seem to find my waterblock screws. It would be amazing if someone could get those to me ASAP!|
|07-20-2015 11:55 AM|
Quote:I think the majority if not everyone has upgraded to something. With that said, I now have two Titan X just waiting on the ACX2 coolers to arrive and they shall be installed. Happy fragging!
Originally Posted by Heratic
I was in the same situation as you a few months ago. I got a titan X cheap. same price as a 980ti and upgraded and i have to say it was worth it. tri sli was good but games are so much smother going to one card. you don't get as high a frame rate but you don't get as low fps either and the games are just smother. if you got a 980ti you also get 2GB extra vram. I love the 680's but its time to make the switch if you can.
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