( 4.9 Average / 114 Ratings )
The only games I have that didn't run at full graphics were Advanced Warfare and Minecraft's maximum render distance. Great for basic gaming at 1080p 60FPS. Lately I've noticed it's starting to sag in my case, I guess the weight is more than the card's support. Also the left fan has been clicking on occasion as of late. No coil whine and never gets FPS drops. Temps even at full stress only peak 70 degrees.
Probably the highlight of my build. Like the fx6300 it's probably the best price:performance you can get. Especially if you find one used.
This card has been with me for 2 years now and I haven't seen much performance drop. I can tell it's gonna start falling off in the next few years which saddens me greatly. The 770 hasn't underperformed since I've gotten it, unless I did something wrong.
Great card, runs quiet and handles all the games i throw at it without a problem.
[USED] Bought this card via Ebay, too. It replaced my R9 280x which in fact did a great job but many driver-related issues made me change to Nvidia after years of AMD. EVGA builds beautiful cards - a little louder than my MSI before but it is a good card to use as a daily driver for now.
Still a great GPU even if its a few generations out. Would still use this in a gaming PC for sure.
This little mofo is going fairly strong in 2017. That is just ridiculous. GTA V on the lower spectrum of high settings with 50-ish FPS, or full on 60+ FPS on the medium-to-high spectrum medium settings (could that statement get more convoluted?). Absolutely awesome GPU that I will hold onto until the fans slowly come to a halt and the screen tears and... I... I'm tearing up. I'm going to stop now.
A pretty good card that is easy to find used for cheap. Slightly better than a 1050ti so works quite well for me.
Beast is running PUBg like a low level boss! Best of the worst but worst of the best. Need to upgrade soon. CSGO handles 240+ FPS.
This is pretty much the best graphics card you need in order to play most things on ultra settings on a single 60 hz, 1920x1080 monitor, with a few exceptions. Like Factorio requires at least 4 GB vram for its ultra settings for some reason, and I can't get to 60 fps on Path of Exile on ultra settings.