Gainward GTX780 Ti Phantom Single and SLI Review

BioShock Infinite

Gainward GTX780Ti Phantom Single and SLI Review

BioShock Infinite

Another title that benefits enormously from the smoothness and detail of the powerful GK110 GPU at the heart of the Gainward Phantom is BioShock Infinite. Although again we see that the extra card doesn't give us the 90% or so performance increase that has become more common in recent years.


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23-12-2013, 08:46:18


We have managed to get the Phantom twins in bed together for some GTX780 Ti Sli goodness! Ohhh Matron!

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23-12-2013, 09:20:42

Wow , those number for SLI are amazing , but I'm going to say pricey and overkill for most people . Still I'd love to have just one of these , if for anything else the looks and the ability to really clean up the fans properly .

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23-12-2013, 09:23:27

They sure do perform well

I thought these Gainward versions would be some of the more expensive non ref 780Tis. Others I have seen knocking about are £630-£650+ these coming in at £600 isn't bad.

Saying that though, It's hard to talk about the price of them with a strait face, the price of the 780Ti is general is bad. But at least these Gainward ones are cheaper than the others that are about.Quote

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