ASUS ROG Poseidon GTX780 Review

3D Mark Vantage

ASUS ROG Poseidon GTX780 Review

3D Mark Vantage

In 3D Mark Vantage the results show that the Poseidon is actually one of the lower performing cards we've tested. Whether at overclocked settings or stock ones, there are obviously better options here.

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27-01-2014, 06:10:26

maniac
Tom, one small suggestion, usually I'm not a grammar Nazi as long as I understand what anyone is trying to say but the way you pronounce "Poseidon" made me cringe when I was watching the Rushkit video Quote

27-01-2014, 06:23:56

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by maniac View Post
Tom, one small suggestion, usually I'm not a grammar Nazi as long as I understand what anyone is trying to say but the way you pronounce "Poseidon" made me cringe when I was watching the Rushkit video
Thats not grammar though Quote

27-01-2014, 06:28:05

maniac
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Thats not grammar though
Pronounciation Nazi sounded weird in my head :PQuote

27-01-2014, 06:59:27

SieB
I really like this card, it looks absolutely awesome. In my opinion though Asus need to drop the price by £30-40 to further distance that gap between full cover and this hybrid cooler.

Personally, if I was going all out to watercool my rig and considering the costs of the Poseidon is the same as a 780 with a full cover block, I would go for the full cover over this.
But, if the price of the Poseidon was that £30-40 cheaper then I (and many others) would be more than likely to go for it.

For the convenience and warranty issues and all the rest of it, it is worth it though.Quote

27-01-2014, 07:13:10

WYP
I really do like this card, very good design. A well deserved innovation award.

It was a shame ASUS were unable to change it to a 780Ti variant, but that's more nvidia's fault than anyone else, releasing a new gaming flagship without any notice.

I do hope we will see more cards of this design in the future.Quote
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