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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 08:19

Gainward GTX 780 3GB reviewed - Consumption

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: No reason to shy away from a reference board

In terms of performance-per watt efficiency, the Gainward GTX 780 ends up on a par with the GTX 680. Maxing out at below 250W is not all that bad if we consider the high level of performance offered by the card. The GTX Titan has twice the memory and more CUDA cores, so the GTX 780 uses less power under load.


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