Nvidia GeForce GTX 760
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 is based on Nvidia's GK104 architecture. It features 1152 CUDA cores, 96 TMUs and 32 ROPs. In terms of frecuencies, the GTX 760′s cores run at 980 MHz with a 1033 MHz boost clock. Addionally, the GTX 760 comes in two versions, one with 2GB and another with 4GB of GDDR5. Last but not least, the GTX 760 includes a pair of SLI connectors, one HDMI, one DisplayPort and two DVI ports.
Cool and Quiet.
Faster than the GTX 660.
Triple-display and 3D Vision Surround support.
Native full-size HDMI and DisplayPort.
Up to four active outputs.
Solid gaming performance at 1080p.
Upgradable into dual- and triple SLI card sets.
Can be made into a smaller card.
Quad SLI support.
Support for CUDA and PhysX.
Not as quiet as it should be.
Last Year's GPU Tech.
Only Slightly Faster than GTX 660 Ti.
Lowest performance per watt of all GK104 cards.
An older architecture for a bump in nomenclature.
Outperformed by the somewhat more expensive Radeon 7950.
By TechSpot on June 25, 2013
Furthermore, Gainward has improved Nvidia's base formula with extra goodies that should please most enthusiasts who are looking for a solution to processing intensive graphical loads without going bankrupt.85
By PCAdvisor on August 12, 2013
The overpriced 7950 is both considerably slower and very much more expensive. We didn't expect too much from this new release, but nVidia seems to have found the perfect value-for-money card in the £200+ bracket. And that, in our book, makes this an exceptional release.90
By itproportal.com on July 01, 2013
According to Nvidia, the GTX 760 is the last new GPU release for the next several months. In this case, the company isn't retiring the old Nvidia GTX 660, which will continue at around the £170 mark. Overall, the GTX 760 drops neatly into the...70
By Legit Reviews on June 28, 2013
The AMD Radeon HD 7950 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 perform at the same level and are also in the same price segment. It all comes down to brand preference and software features! ...-
By EuroGamer on June 27, 2013
Overall though, the GTX 760 is clearly a very strong product, offering bags of performance at a really competitive price that will drive down the cost of a range of GPUs from both AMD and Nvidia. What's not to like?-
By LanOC Reviews on June 27, 2013
Now that I have taken a look at the GTX 760 both aesthetically as well as its performance, what do I think? Well I was very happy with the cards performance, give or take depending on the test I saw results similar to the GTX 670, in other words this...-
By TweakTown on June 26, 2013
Overclocking on mid-range video cards is always really fun and exciting. It's at these mid-range levels that we see an overclock come in extremely handy. Sure, it's great to see a GTX TITAN go from 180 FPS to 212 FPS in a game, but we know...-
By FutureLooks on June 26, 2013
After all the 3D benchmarks ended, it was apparent that the NVIDIA GTX 760 is a very serious $249 US starting price GPU. It offers all the latest NVIDIA features that should easily support any upcoming game engines in the next couple years. It’s...88
By AnandTech on June 25, 2013
This isn’t exceptional by any means (the GTX 570 to GTX 770 was 75%) but it’s about average for a 2 year (generational) improvement. Otherwise for a true doubling we’ll have to wait for one more year, as evidenced by the better than 100% performance gains over the 3 year old GTX 460 1GB.-
By PCGamer on June 25, 2013
You can see the overclocked EVGA card only delivers a couple extra FPS here and there, with the HD 7950 lagging behind too. There are a few places where the AMD card can claim some parity with the new Nvidia mid-ranger in performance terms, but the GTX 760 is still retailing a good chunk cheaper.90