ASUS GTX780 Ti Matrix Platinum Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS GTX780Ti Matrix Review

Introduction

The Matrix range of cards is ASUS, and their ROG brand, top range card. Designed for those who will only except the very highest potential performance and require features which go far beyond that required by most users.

There are two new additions to the range, and firstly we're going to be taking a look at the GTX780Ti Matrix. Regular readers will be aware that the GTX780Ti is so well designed and has so much performance that it would be almost impossible to produce a bad card based upon the GK110 GPU. So with the knowledge that the underlying architecture will be nearly bombproof it's with interest that we see what the Matrix additions bring to the party.

Technical Specifications

We often discuss how a graphics card specifications table doesn't fully express the nuances of each card, and the Matrix is no different. A glance at the table would imply that it's your average GTX780Ti with a decent GPU clock speed but otherwise unimpressive. Of course a ROG Matrix card would hardly be worth release if that was the case. So let's have a closer look. 

ASUS GTX780Ti Matrix Review  

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Most Recent Comments

17-03-2014, 21:53:44

Excalabur50
Now then this one is worth it, good results cool and quiet and gives the Phantom a run for it's money.Quote

18-03-2014, 05:31:43

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Excalabur50 View Post
Now then this one is worth it, good results cool and quiet and gives the Phantom a run for it's money.


Still amazes me how good that card is...Quote

18-03-2014, 05:46:20

SieB
At least Asus did good with the 780Ti, this card is a beast.
Still not worth it you are just a gamer but if you want the best and want to OC the nuts off it, it's not a bad choice Quote

18-03-2014, 08:29:20

Excalabur50
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Still amazes me how good that card is...
One of my clan mates has the Phantom non Ti and totally loves it said it's the best card he's ever ownedQuote

18-03-2014, 10:35:17

wassupdoc
What does it take to get a 10 on presentation?? Quote
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