Available for £230 including Assassin's Creed IV, this is a card that offers bags of gaming potential at high resolutions...
Let's not beat around the bush any longer. Anyone in the market for a high-end graphics card that doesn't necessarily break the bank should take a good look at Palit's GeForce GTX 770 OC.
Available for £230 including Assassin's Creed IV, this is a card that offers bags of gaming potential at high resolutions, and with Palit's factory overclock and custom cooler, it's served in a package that runs suitably cool under load.
As a complete graphics solution there's very little to criticise, but if we had to pick out a caveat, it's that the 2GB framebuffer may prove to be a limitation in years to come. Though, we wouldn't be too worried about that right now.
Essentially a GTX 680 in a new-and-improved guise, the Palit GTX 770 OC is proof that even former champions can return to deliver knockout blows.
Now available for £230
Handles gaming at 1080p and 1440p
Keeps suitably cool under load
Factory overclocked on core
Free game: Assassin's Creed IV
2GB buffer may be a long-term limitation
Palit GeForce GTX 770 OC
The Palit GeForce GTX 770 OC graphics card is available to purchase from Dabs and Amazon UK.
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