ASUS has released its top of the line GeForce GTX 780 graphics card in its GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC. This card features NVIDIA’s GK110-300 core, has 2304 CUDA cores, 3 GB of GDDR5 memory and has a engine clock of 941 MHz. The card features an ASUS designed PCB and an all new DirectCU II cooling system.
ASUS has unveiled its brand new GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC graphics card. It features a non-reference PCB, a new third generation DirectCU II cooler and it is of course overclocked. The factory overclock is set at 889 MHz core and 941 MHz GPU boost compared to NVIDIA’s reference speeds of 863 MHz and 900 MHz.
You cannot leave ASUS out of the bunch when it comes to the Radeon HD 7790 graphics card. Like most manufacturers of the “Bonaire” based card they have two versions as well. They have a reference design and their OC Edition which does feature ASUS’s own DirectCU II cooling as well. The HD7790-DC2OC-1GD5 runs overclocked at a 1075MHz core, 6400MHz memory and does come with ASUS’s GPU tweak utility.
Back in August NVIDIA released the GTX 660 Ti, which came in around the $300 price range. Performance on the card was great, but not everyone has $300 to spend on a video card. So NVIDIA released the GTX 660, which hits your wallet around $200-$250, but still offers great performance and lower power consumption. Today we are checking out one of ASUS’s GTX 660 variants, the GeForce GTX 660 DirectCU II OC Edition. This card features ASUS’s DirectCU II cooling, which ASUS says provides 20% better cooling performance than a stock cooler. This is also the Overclocked (OC) edition of the card. That means the GPU clock is set to 1020 MHz (1085 MHz boost clock) over the stock settings of 980 MHz. You also get ASUS’s DIGI+VRM power delivery design which enhances power efficiency by 15% and minimizes power noise by 30%. Are you in the market for a GTX 660? Is this the one for you? Read on to find out!
Ah I am back to reviewing video cards, it has actually been a little while since I’ve taken a look at a current generation card, but over the past couple of weeks I have caught back up and today I am taking a look at an awesome card from ASUS. Many of ASUS’s non-reference cards feature their DirectCU II cooling system and so does this card, but this card also features a 12-phase VRM that has super alloy caps and chokes, ASUS’s VGA hotwire that allows you to easily check voltages on the card and this single card can drive up to six screens! The card we are taking a look at today is the 28nm ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II 3GB! Read on as we take a look at this impressive card!
Today we are getting a first look at one of the largest video cards we have seen in quite a while, the ASUS HD7970 DirectCU II. This video card features ASUS’s DirectCU thermal design which utilizes six all-copper heatpipes and 20% bigger dissipation area, achieving 20% cooler and 14dB quieter performance than reference cards. This card also has ASUS’s DIGI+ VRM with 12-phase Super Alloy Power technology that delivers precise digital power and enhanced durability for stable overclocking. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video of the ASUS HD7970 DirectCU II.
ASUS has already made a name for themselves as the top motherboard manufacturer for quite some time now, but they are really making a name for themselves in the graphics card market as well. Their specialized cards use quality components, come with better cooling than the reference design and even sometimes are overclocked. The card we are looking at today is no different. ASUS’s GeForce GTX 560 Ti DirectCU II TOP comes factory overclocked up to 900MHz, uses ASUS’s own DirectCU II cooler and features a super alloy design on the power components. Let’s take a look at this card and see what it can do!
ASUS is excited to release the ASUS GeForce GTX 660 DirectCU II series featuring the Standard, OC and TOP editions. Utilizing the latest 28nm NVIDIA Kepler graphics architecture, the OC and TOP cards deliver a factory-overclock while all three cards feature ASUS exclusive DirectCU thermal design and GPU Tweak tuning software to deliver a quieter, cooler, faster, and more immersive gameplay experience. The ASUS GeForce® GTX 660 DirectCU II series set a new benchmark for exceptional performance and power efficiency in a highly affordable graphics card. The ASUS GeForce® GTX 660 DirectCU II is perfect for gamers looking to upgrade from last-generation graphics technology while retaining ASUS’ class-leading cooling and acoustic performance.
The ASUS DirectCU II range of graphics cards continues to expand with the ASUS GeForce® GTX 660 Ti DirectCU II series featuring the Standard, OC and TOP editions. Utilizing the latest 28nm graphics technology from NVIDIA®, the OC and TOP cards deliver a factory-overclock while all three cards feature exclusive DirectCU thermal design and GPU Tweak tuning software to deliver a quieter, faster, and more immersive gameplay experience that redefines the term affordable performance.
Nvidia’s GeForce GTX560 Ti line of cards have been out for a while. For me, while the excitement of getting a new card is always awesome I like to wait to see what deluxe and non-reference design cards come out. These usually offer better cooling, better components and even sometimes are factory overclocked. Today’s card is one such card! The ASUS ENGTX560 Ti DirectCU II TOP is factory overclocked to 900MHz, features ASUS’s DirectCU II cooling system, has added memory, and is made with better power components than the reference design. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
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