by August 22, 2013 0 comments

The GeForce GTX 770 GPU with Nvidia Kepler architecture is the latest addition to the company’s lineup of gaming GPUs for the high-end market and joins the likes of GTX TITAN.

It’s based on the 28 nm GK104 processor of the Kepler series, and has a similar configuration as the GTX 680 except for a higher clock speed (1085 MHz) and 17% (7 GHz) faster GDDR5 memory. The big change however is that it has been introduced in the market for Rs 29,990, which is far lower than the GTX 680, which costs Rs 38,435 (approx). So better clock speed, faster memory and lower price make it much better value for money than its predecessor.

The GeForce GTX 770 includes Nvidia’s GPU Boost 2.0 technology that automatically increases the GPU’s clock speed for better performance. The GPU comes added with temperature target and fan controls, as well as extra over-voltage headroom and optimisations for advanced water-cooling solutions.

To test the GTX 770, we used an Intel Core i7-4770K processor clocked at 3.5 GHz, 4 GB RAM and 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate operating system. Using this hardware, the GeForce GTX 770 gave us a score of 32728 on 3DMark 6. In 3D Mark 11, the graphics card recorded a score of P9618. In Cine Bench 11.5, the graphics card got 42.37 fps.

For benchmark testing on games, we used the Fraps tool to measure the fps performance of Doom 3 and Resident Evil. Doom 3 recorded 62 fps on 1600×1200 pixels and full brightness, while Resident evil was running at 60 fps on 1920×1080 pixels and full brightness.

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