nVidia GTX760 Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

nVidia GTX760 Review 

Introduction

With the wonderful GTX780 and GTX770 fresh in our memory, it's time to take a look at the mid-range GTX760. 

The GTX780 was based around a slightly reduced Titan core and the results bore out that extraordinary performance. The GTX770 was a tweaked version of the GTX680, and retained the excellent frame-rates we saw there. Today's review, the GTX760, is a rebadged GTX670.

The GTX670 was a superb card for the money, giving great performance at a relatively affordable price. The big change with the GTX760 is the price drop. Expected to hit the market at £210, it should be the choice for the majority of gamers on a budget.

Technical Specifications

So where have nVidia managed to save money to enable such a price cut? As far as we can see it's just in the amount of CUDA cores. The GTX670 has 1344 cores, whereas the GTX760 has one shader block disabled giving us a total of 1152 CUDA Cores. This fits it between the GTX660 and GTX670 in terms of pure cores, so let's see if the performance takes a hit.

nVidia GTX760 Review  

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25-06-2013, 08:49:49

tinytomlogan
The latest mid-priced card from nVidia is the GTX760. Has it got enough stuff to pique our interest?


http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...121725718l.jpg


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25-06-2013, 08:56:18

AverageNinja
Thanks for the review Tom!
Reading through it now!
I've been excited for this card. If it's better/similair to the 660 Ti it might end up in my next rig Quote

25-06-2013, 09:09:42

BradKing
Thanks for the review Tom, quick question: on page 1 it mentions a 230 pounds price while on page 17 it's 210 pounds?

Was really hoping to see how these were compared to the 660 TI cards, oh well. Sure hope they come in at a lower price, just can't see myself going for these for a new system otherwise, much rather stay with older cards then.Quote
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