MSI GTX780 Gaming Review

Sleeping Dogs and Unigine Valley

MSI GTX780 Gaming Review

Sleeping Dogs

Wei Shen responds well to having his adventures played out on the MSI GTX 780 Gaming. The stock card is nearly as good as the overclocked Gigabyte, and with our overclock applied the MSI is comfortably the best of the bunch and the first card to break through the 70FPS average marker.

Unigine Valley

As you would expect with such a demanding and perfectly replicable benchmark, the GTX780s are all tightly grouped, with none of them particularly standing out, although a factory overclock will always be preferable to the stock card.


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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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