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MarcaEVGA
serie04G-P4-1962-KR
coloreNero
Peso articolo998 g
Dimensioni prodotto17,3 x 5,1 x 11,2 cm
Numero modello articolo04G-P4-1962-KR
Dimensioni RAM4096 MB
Tipologia di memoria computerGDDR5
Coprocessore graficoGeForce GTX 960
Descrizione scheda graficaNvidia GeForce GTX 960
Tipo memoria scheda graficaVRAM
Interfaccia scheda graficaPCI-E
Wattaggio120 watt
  
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96 di 99 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Great Mid-Range Gaming Card, Benchmark FPS' In Review! 11 settembre 2015
Di Mitch - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Purchased for my first ever desktop computer custom build, designed for heavy gaming, but without blowing the bank account to smithereens, this graphics card really hit the right spot for me. To start with, I chose NVIDIA over AMD for two main reasons:
1 - AMD cards ALWAYS require more power, and use more power (substantially more) than the comparable NVIDIA cards (for example, this card will draw about 108 Watts in a gaming scenario, whereas the comparable AMD Radeon R9 285 in a comparable gaming scenario will draw about 176 Watts). No, this difference isn't going to destroy an electric bill, but over time, it would add up, making the AMD card more expensive in the long run.
2 - AMD cards typically run hotter than the comparable NVIDIA cards as well, not as much of a difference here, but I preferred to play it safe.

Now why I chose the EVGA model?

It didn't come down to much, just really chose something I figured would be solid. I really liked that this card had a backplate, as well as so many connectivity options. I also purchased the Super SuperClocked version, giving this card the biggest possible advantage for it being a 960, and EVGA's overclocking software is fairly convenient to use, especially when you're using one of their cards.

On to actual thoughts:

I really like this card. I had really high hopes for how it would perform, and it holds up to most of those. You won't be playing Dying Light or The Witcher III: Wild Hunt on completely maxed Ultra settings, that I can guarantee you. But it does stand up very well to modern titles and is completely capable of playing anything on the market right now, at varying qualities, but it can play most titles around about one step down from Ultra. It runs fairly cool, I need to rework my fan setup and some other cooling things in my case, but it does cool itself just fine, no worry of thermal bottlenecking.

I was surprised by the weight when I got it out of the package, not to mention the size, this card is hefty to say the least. The coating is a matte finished black with some decals, and the backplate is a glossy black (nice feature by the way). The connection ports all come with black port blockers to keep dust and debris from causing connectivity issues, and it also comes with a power cable adapter, which most people will need to use, and it comes with a DVI to VGA adapter, so this can literally use nearly every display connection type there is, granted there is a clear bias towards Display Port with 3 of them being included.

The card fit just fine in my Zalman Z11 Plus case, and works well with my ASUS Z97-A motherboard.
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I will include game benchmarks scores for my rig with this graphics card in it:

My Rig:
Intel i5-4690K
EVGA SSC NVIDIA GTX 960 4GB
ASUS Z97-A
8GB DDR3
Corsair CX600M PSU
Windows 10 Pro

BioShock Infinite: Ultra ~ Maxed Settings -
AVERAGE: 72
MINIMUM: 26
MAXIMUM: 117

Tomb Raider (2013): Ultra Preset -
AVERAGE: 86
MINIMUM: 70
MAXIMUM: 102

Hitman: Absolution: Ultra Preset w/ MSAA OFF -
AVERAGE: 70
MINIMUM: 58
MAXIMUM: 82

Thief: High Preset -
AVERAGE: 60
MINIMUM: 49
MAXIMUM: 78

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor: Very High Preset -
AVERAGE: 64
MINIMUM: 46
MAXIMUM: 90

ARMA 2: ALL Settings on High -
Benchmark 1 AVERAGE: 60
Benchmark 2 AVERAGE: 24

Metro 2033 Redux: High Preset w/ Tesselation on High, Texture Filtering on AF 16X, SSAA OFF, Advanced PhysX OFF -
AVERAGE: 71
MINIMUM: 21
MAXIMUM: 222

Metro: Last Light: High Preset w/ Tesselation on High, SSAA OFF, Advanced PhysX OFF -
AVERAGE: 69
MINIMUM: 22
MAXIMUM: 153

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat: Extreme Preset -
Day AVERAGE: 67
Day MINIMUM: 35
Day MAXIMUM: 99
Night AVERAGE: 72
Night MINIMUM: 44
Night MAXIMUM: 102
Rain AVERAGE: 76
Rain MINIMUM: 53
Rain MAXIMUM: 111
Sun-shafts AVERAGE: 51
Sun-shafts MINIMUM: 35
Sun-shafts MAXIMUM: 73

Just Cause 2: ALL Settings Maxed -
The Dark Tower AVERAGE: 69
Desert Sunrise AVERAGE: 77
Concrete Jungle AVERAGE: 64

Far Cry 2: Ultra High Preset -
Ranch - Long Benchmark AVERAGE: 117
MINIMUM: 66
MAXIMUM: 253

Sleeping Dogs: High Preset w/ NO HD Texture Pack -
AVERAGE: 58
MINIMUM: 46
MAXIMUM: 63
219 di 231 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle As a gamer I am very happy with this upgrade. 4 aprile 2015
Di Kenneth E Gray - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I am very happy with this GPU. I upgraded from an AMD R7 200 series card, because of difficulty playing TSW, Elite:Dangerous and using the Oculus Rift DK2.

Upon opening the box I joked that EVGA had mistakenly sent me a small motherboard instead of a GPU. It is massive compared to my old AMD R7.

Installation: You will need space for this beast, look at the photo included to get an idea of the size. Once I made room I had no difficulties getting the GPU to seat in the PCI connector, I did find the power connection difficult. So difficult that I removed the GPU, and spent a few minutes trying to figure out why it would not seat, I finally finessed the power input into the socket with some force. Reseated the GPU and was good to go. The GPU comes with a CD with the Drivers on it, plus overclocking software.
(It is recommended that you register the GPU before the installation since the S/N can only be found on the bottom of the GPU)

Playing Elite Dangerous is like night and day. Where I struggled on low/mid graphics with the R7, the 960 plays on high settings, and putting on the Oculus Rift was stunning. I am now finally able to appreciate the power of VR, Oculus needs to hurry up with the 4k consumer version it will be a must have.

The Secret World is a whole new game with the visuals maxed out, a whole new game.

There is nothing worse than a gamer with a sub-par rig, and after extensive research over a few days I chose the 960 and a EVGA Supernova 750W G2 power supply to fuel the beast. I am very happy that I did.

The GPU is not that noisy, if you have ever had a high speed hard drive it is comparable to that, and yet to have had any heat issues, which I felt might be a concern because the massive size.

I am also much happier with NVIDIA's control center, I found AMD's Catalyst to be annoying.

Not sure what else to say but, I am a happy gamer!
9 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle the EVGA 04G-P4-3969-KR is one of the best NVidia GTX 960's available. 27 novembre 2015
Di Raithskar - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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The price-versus-performance "sweet spot" if you are only interested in 1080p gaming (@ max/high settings), and a steal at the current sale price of $184.99 (11/27/2015). Based on a lot of research that I have done over the last month or so, the EVGA 04G-P4-3969-KR is one of the best overall GTX 960's available, by all accounts. It has a high factory-default clock speed (1304/1367 MHz), runs cool/quiet, isn't excessively long, has reinforced back-plate, and looks good. It's also the perfect/maximum GPU to comfortably run with a ~500W PSU (go with ~600W PSU if you want a GTX 970).

If you are only interested in 900p (1600 x 900) gaming or less, then you can run a GTX 950 @ max/high settings, and save a few extra bucks (and get away with using a 400W PSU).

My "1080p" System Configuration (12/6/2015):
- PHANTEKS Enthoo Evolv mATX Aluminum Case (White) - $129.99
- ENERMAX Revolution X't ATX 530 Watt Gold-Rated Power Supply (ERX530AWT) - $79.99
- GIGABYTE LGA-1151 Intel H110 mATX DDR4 Motherboard (GA-H110M-S2HP) - $76.99
- KINGSTON HyperX FURY Black 16GB (2x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 CL14 Memory (HX421C14FBK2/16) - $96.99
- INTEL Core I5-6500 3.20Ghz LGA-1151 Processor - $199.99
- EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB FTW GAMING ACX 2.0+, Graphics Card (04G-P4-3969-KR) - $184.99
- INTEL 240GB SATA 2.5" SSD (DC S3500 Enterprise Class) - Primary Drive - $159.99
- WESTERN DIGITAL 1TB SATA 3.5" HDD - Secondary Drive - $59.99

Update 12/6/2015: Computer is now up and running as configured above, without issues. Everything works fine, thus far. I cannot even hear the GTX 960 running inside my system. I tested the system running the latest 3DMark software (Fire Strike & Sky Diver @ 1080p) and was satisfied with the results.

Update 4/26/2016: No issues to report. Maximum "real world" gaming temperature thus far has been 69 Celsius - while running Final Fantasy XIV Online at maximum graphic settings for the better part of a day (w/game-capped 60 FPS settings). My desktop system is air-cooled, with 1 front 200mm fan and 1 rear 140mm fan.
216 di 237 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle can't do much better before $300-350 7 febbraio 2015
Di Fluidfox - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Stile: 2 Gb GeForce GTX 960 SSC con ACX 2,0+
Man... where to start?
run on: i5 4690, 8gb of DDR3 1600, Z97 chipset motherboard. Nothing overclocked (unless you count the factory overclock on this card)

It's quiet, it's fast, and it is really gotta be the best bang for the buck in this price range. It benchmarks well against the Radeon R9 280x for about the same price, and half of the power usage. Yes, it won't stack up against the 970, and even two of these in SLI won't beat a 980 because 2gb plus 2gb doesn't equal 4gb in this scenario. But really, for the price, this will play anything decently at 1080p. If I had a 4k monitor, I would have had to seriously consider going up to a much more expensive card... but considering that at the time of this review, I can only assume they make 4k monitors out of pure Unicorn tears, that probably isn't going to come up any time soon.

Install was easy, though it is a tight squeeze in a standard mid tower case. I had to move one of my hard drives to a lower bay to give the card enough clearance.

I bought this as overkill to play the not terribly graphics intensive Guild Wars 2, which looks beautiful. Ultra settings with everything maxed got me an average of 84FPS. I had to frame limit it to 60. I have yet to dip below that 60 that I notice, including with lots of action on screen. This thing isn't even trying hard. Fans have only come on intermittently.

The benchmarks indicate that pretty much nothing currently out will give it a great deal of trouble at 1080p. I think this is going to work out for quite some time for me. And it runs so cool that it will probably last for ages.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Mid-Level Pricing For Top-Tier Performance 24 maggio 2016
Di Nate - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I've had this card going on about 3 months now and WOW - I haven't regretted my purchase one bit!

I see a lot of folks throwing around "mid level" talk and while the price is indeed mid level, the performance competes up at the top. Of course it's not a card five times its price, but for the vast majority of todays games, it works wonderfully. For instance, when I play The Witcher 3 at all ultra settings (everything possible thing is cranked as high as it will let me!), I easily get a playable framerate. It doesn't often get to 60FPS, but it does remain completely playable and that's what matters most to me.

Another great aspect as been the cooling system. It can get a little noisey but that noise is not in vain. Using the software that came with the cards (EVGA Precision), I adjust the fan speeds depending on what I am doing. For instance, at this moment when I am not gaming, I keep the speed at 20%; it is quiet and the temperature is at 25-30C. When gaming, I crank it up to 90-100% and the temperature never goes over 55C. Even if I kept it at a lower fan speed, which I have accidentally done before while gaming, it doesn't go above 75C - very impressive!

I am extremely pleased overall with my purchase. About a decade ago I was very much into the latest and greatest. As I've grown up and had more financial obligations, I haven't been able to upgrade my computer as freely. This was my first graphics card update in sometime. I was previously running a GT640 and the difference is truly night and day.

If you're looking for a budget friendly powerhouse of a card, that in my opinion has future-proof power for some time to come, you can't go wrong with this card. One word of caution: these things are big! I got the single fan version so it is a bit "chunkier" than it is long and it just barely fit in my miniATX case. It also requires a separate power source so be aware of that as well. I have a 460W power supply and it works just fine with my other computer components.

Enjoy!


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