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MSI N680GTX Twin Frozr 2GD5/OC Reviews
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|HardwareHeaven||9/10||May 09 '12|
|ocaholic||4/5||Nov 05 '12|
|Overclock3D.Net||---||May 28 '12|
|techPowerUp!||9.4/10||May 14 '12|
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"Performance of the card was also good with the factory overlclock elevating this model above the refrerence design where it is an exceptional card for gaming at 1920x1080. 5760x1080 gameplay does sometimes require us to turn down anti-aliasing but the ability to play with PhysX enabled in games such as Arkham City while also playing in stereoscopic 3D is a real selling point."
"We recommend this graphics card to people who are looking for a factory overclocked GTX 680 which features a good dual slot cooler at an attractive price point. This card is about 25 € more expensive than the cheapest reference GTX 680."
"We're happy to award the MSI GTX680 Twin Frozr 3 our OC3D Silver Award, and also add to the fact that out of the GTX680's we have tested so far from Vendors this would be the one we would personally all choose just because it is so quiet, temps are great and its probably the best looking of the bunch too."
"Price-wise MSI is asking a hefty $50 price premium for their GTX 680, bringing the total to $550. Even at that price the card is out of stock in most shops. Given that the GTX 680 TwinFrozr III is a GTX 680 reference design, with a relatively small overclock out of the box and custom cooling, I find $550 a bit steep, something like $530 would have been more reasonable. Nevertheless, GTX 680 is an awesome card and MSI's GTX 680 Twin Frozr III is so, too."