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Asus ROG Striker Platinum GTX760 SLi Review

Rating: 9.0.

Last week we reviewed two new cost effective Ultra HD 4K monitors from ASUS and AOC. No longer do you need to pay £2,000+ to land a 60hz 4K monitor for gaming –  these new models have hit retail for less than £600. Buying the monitor is only part of the cost however, because it is likely a graphics card upgrade will be needed as well. Nvidia’s GTX780Ti is ideal for gaming at 4K – however today we look at saving some money and running two of the new Asus ROG Striker Platinum GTX760 solutions in an SLi configuration.

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The Asus ROG Striker Platinum GTX760 is a new solution featuring 4GB of memory, 1GB more than the flagship GTX780Ti. It features Direct CU II cooling, Cooltech fans, a DIGI+ voltage regulator module and Super Alloy power components.


  • Core Clock: 1085MHz (GK104)
  • Core Boost Clock: 1150MHz
  • Memory: 4096MB GDDR5
  • Memory Clock: 6008MHz (Effective)
  • Memory Interface: 256-Bit
  • Processing Cores: 1152
  • Bus Type: PCI-Express GEN 3.0 (Backwards compatible)
  • Display Connectors: 2x Dual-Link DVI-I, 1x HDMI 1.4a & 1x Displayport
  • SLI Ready (Upto 3-Way SLI Supported)
  • HDCP Capable
  • DirectX 11 Support
  • OpenGL 4.0 Support
  • PhysX Enabled
  • CUDA Enabled
  • 3D Vision Enabled
  • NVIDIA Surround Enabled
  • Warranty: 3 Years

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  • Chris Gurrell

    I know they have less memory on board, but how would a couple of 3GB R9 280x’s in crossfire fare against these?

  • Deders

    How come the 6GB 780 is thrashing the 780TI’s in the Ungine benchmarks? Surely they don’t require that much ram?

  • Deders

    Oh I see, it’s 2 in SLI.