Nvidia GeForce GTX 770

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The GeForce GTX 770 is a graphics card featuring the next-gen Kepler-based GPU with 1536 CUDA cores, It features an amazing GDDR5 memory at 7GHz. It sports a pair of SLI connectors, 6-pin and 8-pin PCIe power connectors, and an I/O panel consisting of HDMI, DisplayPort and two DVI ports. The GTX 770 packs 4 graphics processing clusters, 8 streaming multiprocessors, 128 TAUs and 32 ROPs.

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By TechSpot on 80

It is replacing the year-old GTX 680 at the same price point, while delivering some extra oomph, both are good things. Overall we are impressed with Gainward's GTX 770 Phantom offering, and for would be GTX 680 buyers it's a welcomed option.

By PCAdvisor on 80

The nVidia GTX 770 might not quite have the showmanship of the 780, but it is better value for money. It offers strong gaming performance without being extortionately priced. The 2GB memory is a small concern as this may look a little dated two years hence. For use with games today and over the next year or so, though, it's likely to remain a compelling choice.

By DigitalVersus on 100

With speedy performances and an effective cooling system, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 breezes its way to a five-star review. However, we can't help feeling that Nvidia could have done more with this card as, in practice, it's essentially just an...

By EuroGamer on

Both of those cards have much lower power requirements than the 770, so while you lose some performance they may be better suited to a smaller form factor PC, for example. At the same time, we should see movement on price from AMD's Radeon HD 7970 and 7950 too - their replacements apparently aren't due until closer...

By Gaming Nexus on 95

The GeForce GTX 770 is a surprise performer for me since you're getting speeds that are not too far off the much more expensive GeForce GTX 780 at a price point of $399. It's a great card that's built well and quiet to boot. With features such as PhysX...

By InsideHW on

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770: Not groundbreaking, but still interesting Making a new product is hard. Making a new product out of an older one and doing it successfully is even harder. In order to do that, there are few obstacles to overcome. First of all,...

By IT Pro Portal on 80

If you upgraded to a GTX 670 last year, the GTX 770 isn't going to be enough of a jump to justify a new card. If, however, you're still back on a midrange GTX 500 card, the GTX 770 is worth consideration. It's slightly higher price point is justified by...

By Bit-tech.net on 92

It would be easy to feel disappointed by the GTX 770, given the huge leap in performance of its bigger brother, the GTX 780, over its predecessor. But, with an MSRP of £329, viewed in pure performance per pound terms it’s actually a most excellent...

By FutureLooks on

There are great things about the GTX 770 that make its cost worth its weight in games. First, its performance is a bit better than the previous generation GTX 680 but is naturally slower than the GTX 780 at stock clocks. Second, it supports up to four...

By AnandTech on

NVIDIA still has the rest of the GeForce 700 lineup to roll out through the next few months, but for the GTX 770 and the 7970/7970GE, the rest of the year will be a battle of prices and bundles.

By PCGamer on 90

The GTX 770 does all you could ask of a new second-tier graphics card. It is at once quicker and cheaper than both the top-tier single-GPU cards of the previous generation.

By FudZilla on 90

In terms of performance, the 104MHz factory overclock makes sense if you are into 2560x1600 gaming, but even at reference clocks the GTX 770 has plenty of muscle for 1080p. The Phantom is rolling out today and it costs a bit more than reference cards. The first listings put the price at 440 euro.

By TomsHardware on 90

And that’s why we’re bestowing Tom's Hardware's Smart Buy award on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 770. Although high-end graphics cards are still expensive, we’re happy to get more performance in a better-built package for $100 less than what we could buy a year ago in GeForce GTX 680.

By PCMag on 80

The GTX 670 is a bit faster?and a bit more expensive?than Nvidia's previous card in this segment.

By TechPowerUp on 95

The GTX 770 will also affect NVIDIA's own lineup. The GTX 680 is suddenly completely undesirable at its current price, and I would buy the GTX 770 over the GTX 670 any day, as long as the GTX 670 remains at a $370 price point, but even "last-generation" GTX 600 Series cards could become an interesting buy if NVIDIA pulls off price reductions...

By Guru3D on 100

The performance of the GeForce GTX 770 is nothing to complain about, in fact at 1920x1200 this might be the best card for the money if you are looking for some brute horsepower in the high-end segment. Overall definitely recommended if you are on the lookout for nice upgrade over say the GTX 500 series.

By PCPerspective on 100

The GTX 770 offers on-par performance for most games in single monitor resolutions and does so with less noise, power and heat. And, if you are planning on going down the road of multiple GPUs in the future then you know that NVIDIA has its frame metering technology in order to produce a quality gaming experience.

By HotHardware on 100

With GeForce GTX 680s currently selling for $400 or so and Radeon HD 7970 cards in the $370 - $440 range, NVIDIA is pricing the GeForce GTX 770 fairly well. We’d obviously prefer the GeForce GTX 770 to be even more affordable, of course, but as it stands today, the card is faster, quieter and cheaper than a GeForce GTX 680...

By Hexus on 90

Nvidia provides more performance at a lower price point and with better reference cooling than available on the GTX 680: these facts alone ensure the GeForce GTX 770 will sell well, though real progress will only present itself on proper next-gen architectures.

By uk.hardware.info on

A faster GeForce GTX 680 for the price of a GeForce GTX 670, what's no too like? We'll of course have to wait and see whether Nvidia will stick to the promised € 400. If so, the GeForce GTX 770 is a very strong competitor to the AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz...