MSI GTX780 Gaming Review

Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light

MSI GTX780 Gaming Review


Finalising, thank goodness, our use of Metro 2033 the MSI performs exactly how you'd expect a GTX780 to perform, and that's largely due to the poor optimisation of the game engine. Anyone hoping for a vastly improved engine in Metro Last Light will be sorely disappointed as it's as shoddy as 2033 was. Halving the frame rate for only 75% more pixels isn't good, and if the Soviet shooter is your game of choice then you'll definitely have a better experience sticking with 1920x1080.

Metro 2033

Metro Last Light


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26-07-2013, 07:25:20

Today we review the MSI GTX780 Twin Frozr Gaming, a card that perfectly matches their Gaming range of motherboards. Is it any good?

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26-07-2013, 07:39:46

Yep, the Titan sure is worth that extra £300

Awesome card from MSI as usual, if this is what the normal OC version performs like I can't wait to see the lightning.Quote

26-07-2013, 08:39:29

It would be impossible not to recommend it as it's the best GTX780 around at the moment.
Performance-wise, this isn't the best 780 at the moment. The Classified scored 1891 points higher in FireStrike when overclocked on air. EVGA claims it was a retail card. However, it still might have been cherry-picked.Quote

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