nVidia GTX760 Review

Bioshock Infinite & Crysis 3

nVidia GTX760 Review

Bioshock Infinite

We're big fans of the HD7870 LE here, and in Bioshock Infinite you can see why. The LE gave us 96.7 FPS average, whereas the GTX760 is only capable of 62FPS. Still enough to provide smooth gameplay, just not jaw-dropping.

 

Crysis 3

With everything on maximum the GTX760 makes a decent fist of Crysis 3, with 32FPS average in both stock and overclocked trim. That's higher than the GTX650Ti Boost SLI arrangement, although 10FPS behind the GTX770.

 

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Most Recent Comments

25-06-2013, 08:56:18

AverageNinja
Thanks for the review Tom!
Reading through it now!
I've been excited for this card. If it's better/similair to the 660 Ti it might end up in my next rig Quote

25-06-2013, 09:09:42

BradKing
Thanks for the review Tom, quick question: on page 1 it mentions a 230 pounds price while on page 17 it's 210 pounds?

Was really hoping to see how these were compared to the 660 TI cards, oh well. Sure hope they come in at a lower price, just can't see myself going for these for a new system otherwise, much rather stay with older cards then.Quote

25-06-2013, 09:18:17

SieB
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Originally Posted by BradKing View Post
Thanks for the review Tom, quick question: on page 1 it mentions a 230 pounds price while on page 17 it's 210 pounds?

Was really hoping to see how these were compared to the 660 TI cards, oh well. Sure hope they come in at a lower price, just can't see myself going for these for a new system otherwise, much rather stay with older cards then.
Aria have a reference one on preorder for £190, not bad at that price.

https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Comp...roductId=56211Quote

25-06-2013, 10:30:19

VonBlade
Re the price issue. Our reviews are often written prior to NDAs being lifted and so we can only go on the price that retailers think the product will arrive at. It's why we have a price link at the top of the page which covers the actual cost.

But you're all intelligent people. We're sure that you can understand prices are subject to change... can't you?

However, on the off-chance that you're unable to read the price at the top, or reconcile the difference between a MSRP and actual street price, I've edited the first page to reflect the actual price. Quote

25-06-2013, 11:25:53

BradKing
Quote:
Originally Posted by VonBlade View Post
Re the price issue. Our reviews are often written prior to NDAs being lifted and so we can only go on the price that retailers think the product will arrive at. It's why we have a price link at the top of the page which covers the actual cost.

But you're all intelligent people. We're sure that you can understand prices are subject to change... can't you?

However, on the off-chance that you're unable to read the price at the top, or reconcile the difference between a MSRP and actual street price, I've edited the first page to reflect the actual price.
^^ thnx, prices are indeed subject to change, just didn't expect them to change within the review itself

It has a 240 euro suggested price over here, with prices at Aria coming in at ~190 pound I am indeed expecting ~225 euro prices over here, making it a pretty nice price, still a bit below the 7950 and 660 ti's. Still, it's hard to pick a gpu solution for higher than 1080p resolutions, looking forward to 760 sli tests Quote
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