- Brand: EVGA
- Model: 4GB GTX 760
- Website: http://www.evga.com/products/Product.aspx?pn=04G-P4-2766-KR
- RRP: £239.71 (At time of the review)
When you hear people talking about NVIDIA graphics cards, one of the first names which comes to mind is EVGA. They were founded in 1999 by 2 men, Andrew Han and Heith Rotchford, with a huge vision of being one of the most established and illustrious brands currently on the market.
With products including motherboards and graphics cards, they were the first brand to release the first 4-way SLI compatible motherboard in the world, which goes to show how innovative and successful EVGA really are. Today in particular, I will be focusing on one of their models from their latest NVIDIA GTX range, more specifically the GTX 760, which comes with a hefty 4GB of VRAM.
The EVGA 4GB GTX 760 comes packed with 1152 shaders and 3540 million transistors. It also has a stock clock of 980/1502MHz with a core boost of 1033MHz. How will it perform in a mixture of games and synthetic benchmarks? Will it compete with a 7970 with a bigger price tag or is it a card to avoid? Let’s find out, starting with the specifications…