EVGA's Superclocked ACX version is strong on all fronts. It runs mighty fast, is cool and quiet and, unlike the previously-reviewed Gigabyte, it overclocks well.
Admittedly out of the financial reach of many, the GeForce GTX 780 Ti is one heck of a GPU.
Providing visuals that are way more advanced than the next-gen consoles can offer, these £550-plus cards put the PC firmly in the gaming driving seat.
Sure, there are better value GPUs out there - AMD's R9 290(X) being cases in point - yet there's something innately satisfying about owning the best. So if you're lucky enough to have £600 at your disposal for a graphics update, which one makes the most sense?
EVGA's Superclocked ACX version is strong on all fronts. It runs mighty fast, is cool and quiet and, unlike the previously-reviewed Gigabyte, it overclocks well. We're fans of a transferrable warranty so, other than the very obvious stumbling block of price, there isn't much to dislike.
This card is too powerful for gaming at 1080p, mind, so anyone contemplating one needs to be gaming on multiple screens and/or with high-resolution (1440p) monitors. If that's you in a nutshell, EVGA's card, evaluated over multiple metrics, usurps the Gigabyte in our premium category.
Quiet when under load
Not great value for money
EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked ACX
The reviewed card is available on pre-order from Scan.co.uk.
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