ASUS GTX760 Striker SLI Review
We've waited a long time to get our hands on the Striker, and it's fair to say that the ROG branding is in full effect here. It would be easy for ASUS to trim a little here and there because of the £230 price tag, but the box is indistinguishable from the more expensive ROG offerings. A good start.
The card itself looks fantastic, we're sure you'll agree. It utilises the same cooler design as the top-end ROG cards, and we all know that usually you're forced to accept a cheaper looking card when you pay less money. With the inclusion of a back-plate and their latest shroud design, the Striker could pass for a vastly more expensive model.
In case you're disbelieving of our claims about how impressive the GTX760 Striker is to look at, let's compare it with the eye-wateringly expensive ASUS Matrix. The main difference is largely the black heatpipe on the Matrix which is just a regular colour on the Striker. Sure the name on the backplate is somewhat of a giveaway but when they are installed in your system it's very hard to tell the difference.
You can have two cards that look like well over a grands worth of graphics card for well under the price of a single 780Ti. If that doesn't make you grin then you might need to check your pulse.