ASUS Graphics Cards STRIKER-GTX760-P-4GD5
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Description for ASUS Graphics Cards STRIKER-GTX760-P-4GD5
ASUS today launches the STRIKER GTX760 series graphics cards delivering 10% faster gaming performance, ultimate overclocking and future-proof gaming. Based on the GeForce GTX 760, the ROG STRIKER GTX7
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Now when you compare this to the other Asus 760, there are some significant differences. One is going from around an 8.5 inch GPU to a 11.3 Inch GPU. I had to re organize my HDD and SDD and remove the center bay to install this card.
Another difference is the power supply connections. Instead of a single 6 pin, it needs that 6 pin and an additional 8 pin (common for modern cards).
One of the most obvious differences is the look of the card. In my opinion, Asus makes very attractive products. With this new ROG shroud and back plate, I think the new physical appearance of this 760 is an improvement. They kept all of the features from the previous card and made it better and added more VRAM.
This card is about 50$ more than the regular 760 and you get a better looking card, and twice the VRAM. It's worth the purchase if your interested.
A few notes:
- The ROG Logo on top of the card cannot be configured to stay one color - for example all the lights in my case were red until I got this card. The LED's on the ROG Logo are temperature based, which is neat - but a minor nuisance.
- This card is huge! Make sure you have enough room for this bad boy in your case.
- This card required a 6 pin PCIx and an 8 pin PCIx power adapter, make sure your power supply can handle this. The card DOES come with the power converters, but I try to avoid those and have direct hookups to the PSU. Just a personal preference. Either way - make sure you have enough wattage to support this bad boy.