EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Classified review -
Alright pretty pictures time. Here shall follow a couple of pages with photo's from our photo-shoot. First of the packaging as always. A nice and shiny yellow themed packaging will await you in the stores, it will be hard to miss that of course.
And there is, the GeForce GTX 780 from EVGA and yes, it is a rather bulky looking piece of hardware. The card is using an updated revision of the ACX dual-slot cooler which uses two 90mm fans, double ball bearing based.
- Driver/Software Disk
- DVI to VGA Adapter
- 2x 8-pin PCI-E Power Adapters
- User Guide
- EVGA Game of PWNS Poster
- Installation Manual and Various Documentation
ACX is short for Active Cooling Xtreme. The radiator covers the VRM and even memory area. The cooler can dissipate roughly 450W of heat whilst remaining silent. As a result under full load this card manages to stay at roughly 70 degrees C in our testing. Impressive, as this card comes factory overclocked. The card is roughly 11 Inches in length which is 28 cm. The card is a 3GB model BTW.
With the GeForce GTX 780 Classified you will receive four display connectors, you'll spot a full size Display port connector, one full size HDMI connector and two DVI connectors (dual-link). You can combine these connectors to setup a surround view (multi-monitor) setup. One card will give you more than sufficient performance to play your games on three monitors. To date, we still receive this question a lot, but dual-link DVI does not mean you can hook up two monitors to one connector. Dual-link means double the signal, that way monitor resolutions over 1920x1200 can be supported or you could use a 120Hz monitor. So explained very simple, dual-link DVI supports high-resolution (above 1920x1200) or high-refresh rate (120Hz) monitors. MSI applied gold plating for the connectors to ensure the very best quality.
Bare in mind that the Classy is factory overclocked for you, it has a 993 MHz Base Clock and a 1046 MHz Boost Clock. The memory was left at the reference clock of 6008 MHz (effective data-rate). Considering that the reference base clock is 863 MHz with a 900 MHz boost clock, we have to admit that it is a very nice factory tweak alright. Then again, this is the 699 USD SKU, so you may expect some extra's.
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