NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 SLI Review

👤by Richard Weatherstone Comments 📅24-06-13
First Look

The GTX760 features are fairly anonymous looking cooler atop of a black PCB. No doubt board partners will sprinkle their own magic on the reference design in the way of stickers to improve the fairly nondescript appearance.

We are happy to see NVIDIA have once again utilised a black power circuit board. As you can see from the shot above, the PCB is actually much shorter than the cooler. The whole card measures just 24cm however this could quite easily be shortened with a redesigned heatsink assembly bringing the length of the card to the PCB's 17cm.

Like it's brethren, the GTX760 features the GEFORCE GTX moniker emblazoned across the leading edge of the card. This time however it is simply screen printed and does not illuminate as with the GTX TITAN cooling solution.

The card requires two 6-pin PCIe power cables with a PSU capable of delivering 500W (recommended by NVIDIA).

Thankfully, the GTX760 is multi SLI capable meaning this card can be matched up to more than one other GTX760.

The I/O area is a standard affair featuring DVI-D, DVI-I, HDMI 1.4a and a full size DisplayPort. The remaining area is taken up with vents to allow hot air to be exhausted out of the PC enclosure.

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