ASUS GTX760 MARS Review

Metro : 2033 and Last Light

ASUS GTX760 MARS Review

Metro

We've long known that Metro prefers a couple of GPUs over a single one, no matter how powerful that single GPU might be. If anything our results with the ASUS MARS only emphasise how ridiculously powerful the GTX780Ti is when overclocked, as the MARS doesn't really trouble it. It's very close to a stock one though, and a shade ahead of the 290X.

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19-11-2013, 02:09:15

addbot
jumped straight to the conclusion, now to watch the video Quote

19-11-2013, 03:07:08

Tobblish
Wait so this card have a total of 4gb of Vram and half of it can be used in SLI while gaming?
If you run 1440p you are going to run out of memory in some titles.

It's not enough for it's price range sadly..Quote

19-11-2013, 04:30:17

barnsley
The conclusion makes me think it's a graphics card for hipsters.


I'd be tempted if it wasn't for the price, it'd be good for a SFF build though.Quote

19-11-2013, 04:55:36

Xrqute
Gotta say i love the Aesthetics of the card!Quote

19-11-2013, 05:06:48

SieB
I really like the look of this card, it looks really good.

Performance is better than I though it was going to be
It's priced fairly for the performance but you can still get 2x 760 for ~£400.Quote
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