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QOTW: Which graphics card(s) do you currently use?

by Parm Mann on 21 November 2014, 16:30

Tags: AMD (NYSE:AMD), NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA), Sapphire, Palit, GALAX, MSI, ASUSTeK (TPE:2357), Gigabyte (TPE:2376), EVGA, PowerColor (6150.TWO), Inno3D, ZOTAC, XFX (HKG:1079)

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Reviewing the latest in PC graphics technology can be a whole lot of fun, but not everyone utilises cutting-edge cards.
Sure, we'd all love a GeForce GTX 980 for Christmas, but how many of us are still rocking older solutions that are still up to the task?

Quite a few, we reckon, but it's an interesting topic so let's hear your thoughts. Which graphics card(s) are you currently running in your main PC or laptop, and do you consider your setup to be sufficient for your needs? Let us know in the comments below.

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GTX 680 with a 770 BIOS.

Works a treat, and overclocks nicely. Gotta love Boost 2.0
Weird timing I've just gone 4k so retired a HD6950 for SLI'ed GTX 970's the second of which arrived just now…
Asus 760 - with a 1440p monitor it's starting to struggle with new titles such as shadow of mordor. I may help myself to a 970 or something similar within the next year. However, I don't play games that often and may decide a G-Sync monitor offers a better experience rather than having a higher frame rate.
A B-grade 780Ti which I picked up for a breeze…..

Can't see any reason to upgrade just yet!
Asus HD 7950 Direct CU Top v2. Looking to potentially replace with a GTX 970 but still debating if I can afford it or if its worth it as my current one still delivers well