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2014-04-18T11:45:11Z

Do you know what gets our juices flowing even more than high-end hardware? It's having the opportunity to wrangle and evaluate multiple versions of a top-tier product. In this case, we've gone out and collected NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics cards from three different enthusiast brands: EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI. Each of the cards in this roundup go above and beyond NVIDIA's reference blueprint -- they're all factory overclocked, custom cooled, and designed to run quiet so you can hear when an enemy tries to sneak up on you...

GeForce GTX 780 Ti Round Up: EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI
GeForce GTX 780 Ti Graphics Cards

DanJensen
2014-04-18T14:36:46Z

gigabyte ftw!

Mastergamerz
2014-04-18T16:35:20Z

Gigabyte video card crashed 2 time during stress test. How are they good? Evga is probably the best choice and MSI is probably a good choice. Gigabyte would be a buy if it was $50 cheaper.

realneil
2014-04-18T19:49:38Z

I liked the review Paul. The MSI card would be my choice, simply because it matches my MSI G45 Gaming Motherboard.

The lesser performance would be OK with me. It's not slower by a significant amount.

SNicko
2014-04-18T23:59:37Z

Excellent review! Always love Gigabyte and MSI product, for EVGA i'm waiting for your presence here in ASIA region.

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2014-04-19T14:33:32Z

I would go with the MSI. I am willing to sacrifice a couple of frames to save some bucks on the card AND my electric bill... although the latter would probably save me pennies rather than bucks :-P

realneil
2014-04-27T18:08:21Z

Any of them would be good for me. I'm sure that the Gigabyte card's problems will be resolved soon.

I like the way the MSI card looks, and it's shorter than the GB card.

EVGA cards have always worked well for me.

KasperAndreasGrntved
2014-06-25T15:12:25Z

gigagyte always the best!! and excellent review by the way.

BigKihd
2014-06-25T20:28:57Z

EVGA, Gigabyte the MSI for and yes I will take all 3 please ;)

EvanMellish
2014-07-01T19:50:32Z

I'd go with the EVGA card, although it's the most expensive from my experience it's the most reliable and if anything does happen their customer support is outstanding!

StaticFX
2014-07-01T19:59:27Z

i would go EVGA for performance/quality... and MSI for looks :)

thunderdan602
2014-07-02T01:51:45Z

Love my EVGA 780 Ti with the stock Titan cooler.

nfs3freak
2014-07-08T12:33:57Z

Aww, my Asus isn't represented here. That's okay though. I looooove it. Overclocked out of the box and it's AMAZINg

MADSKILLZ412
2014-07-24T19:15:31Z

I personally own an evga 780 ti and love it. EVGA is known for making quality and powerful products.