Earlier this week Nvidia launched their GTX760 graphics card, the direct replacement for the ever popular GTX660 Ti. We focused on the GTX760 reference card at launch but today we get the chance to look at a customised, overclocked solution from KFA2 – the GTX760 EX. This card is modestly priced at £227.99 inc vat, but it is worth shortlisting?
It has been quite some time since we looked at a KFA2 graphics card, back in the days when the GTX680 was in charge of the high end. Those were great cards, especially the LTD OC model we reviewed, which shipped at a monster 1,268mhz. We do like the white PC PCB that KFA2 use for some of their cards, such as the GTX770 which we announced earlier this week.
The KFA2 GTX760 EX is supplied in an overclocked state. The core clock has been enhanced to 1,058mhz with a boost clock speed of 1,110mhz. The memory is held at 1,502mhz (6Gbps effective) although KFA2 have replaced the cooler with something considerably more exciting. We will take a closer look at this on the next page.
– Core Clock: 1058MHz (GK104)
– Core Boost Clock: 1110MHz
– Memory: 2048MB GDDR5
– Memory Clock: 6008MHz (Effective)
– Memory Interface: 256-Bit
– Processing Cores: 1152
– Shader Clock: 2116MHz
– 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
– Lower power consumption (Maximum consumption 170 watts at stock speed)
– 1x 8-pin & 1x 6-Pin PCI-E Connectors required
– Warranty: 2 Years