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MSI Twin Frozr OC GTX 760 VS Asus GTX 760 VS EVGA ACX Cooler GTX 760

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December 29, 2013 6:53:00 PM

Hi everyone :) 


Just wanted your opinion on which of these 3 Graphics cards is better, they're all obviously GTX 760's but each use different cooling techniques, I just bought the MSI one yesterday from Fry's, but they also had the EVGA one and it was cheapest and they had the Asus one too. Which of these 3 performs the best and is better for the money? Which of these 3 is going to be the better overclocker? I can take back the MSI one and just exchange it for either the Asus or the EVGA one, so let me know your opinions on whether I should just keep my MSI OC GTX 760 or exchange it for the EVGA or Asus one!



Asus: http://www.frys.com/product/7787158?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN...

MSI: http://www.frys.com/product/7741988?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN...

EVGA: http://www.frys.com/product/7822289?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN...

More about : msi twin frozr gtx 760 asus gtx 760 evga acx cooler gtx 760

a b U Graphics card
December 29, 2013 7:09:05 PM

I would go with the MSI version, it has the famous TwinFrozr fan/heatsink setup that will keep it nice and cool, and it comes with the fastest stock/boost clock out of the three. Hope this helps!
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February 20, 2014 2:53:49 AM

Sevenater said:
I would go with the MSI version, it has the famous TwinFrozr fan/heatsink setup that will keep it nice and cool, and it comes with the fastest stock/boost clock out of the three. Hope this helps!


do you know anything about noise of these?
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February 20, 2014 3:02:15 AM

Can't help with test but I do have the MSI and it is dead quiet... about looking it is similar with the ASUS and about performance is much better than my R9 270X (Sapphire) which I changed because was loud as hell when under load!

Really happy with it so far, my second option was the ASUS :) 
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February 20, 2014 3:09:13 AM

Trustdesa said:
Can't help with test but I do have the MSI and it is dead quiet... about looking it is similar with the ASUS and about performance is much better than my R9 270X (Sapphire) which I changed because was loud as hell when under load!

Really happy with it so far, my second option was the ASUS :) 


i have same option, asus or MSI ( i read that hawk version is better then gaming one) thay are almost same price
just cant decide Asus or MSI looking at MSI have higher mhz on Engine Clock but if its quite i might go with MSI istead of asus
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February 20, 2014 3:28:03 AM

Night5talker said:
Trustdesa said:
Can't help with test but I do have the MSI and it is dead quiet... about looking it is similar with the ASUS and about performance is much better than my R9 270X (Sapphire) which I changed because was loud as hell when under load!

Really happy with it so far, my second option was the ASUS :) 


i have same option, asus or MSI ( i read that hawk version is better then gaming one) thay are almost same price
just cant decide Asus or MSI looking at MSI have higher mhz on Engine Clock but if its quite i might go with MSI istead of asus


20mhz wouldn't generate a single FPS :) 

What I like of the ASUS is the heatsink of the PCB on the back of the card...

I got the MSI because it is literally dead silent... and I really needed to have a card silent (well silent I mean you can hear the airflow but not high pitch noises...in alternative I had to change girlfriend so I went with the new card haha)

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February 20, 2014 3:39:40 AM

Trustdesa said:
Night5talker said:
Trustdesa said:
Can't help with test but I do have the MSI and it is dead quiet... about looking it is similar with the ASUS and about performance is much better than my R9 270X (Sapphire) which I changed because was loud as hell when under load!

Really happy with it so far, my second option was the ASUS :) 


i have same option, asus or MSI ( i read that hawk version is better then gaming one) thay are almost same price
just cant decide Asus or MSI looking at MSI have higher mhz on Engine Clock but if its quite i might go with MSI istead of asus


20mhz wouldn't generate a single FPS :) 

What I like of the ASUS is the heatsink of the PCB on the back of the card...

I got the MSI because it is literally dead silent... and I really needed to have a card silent (well silent I mean you can hear the airflow but not high pitch noises...in alternative I had to change girlfriend so I went with the new card haha)



watched some reviews and saw prospects asus said its quiter from stock cca 30% but cant confirm it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYlbdj5jtpM
looks ok here
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a b U Graphics card
February 20, 2014 3:49:03 AM

The ASUS is the quietest of them all only when idle. The MSI is the quietest of the three when under load and probably overclocks the best of the three, The hawk edition is bought only if your gonna overclock it due to the dual BIOS. The EVGA is the in-betweener if you know what I mean. the ASUS card sacrifices cooling over quietness which results in being the hottest of the three under load.

people would say get the EVGA because of there stellar RMA service, but if you want the best performer I'd say get the MSI. Gigabyte is also a good option, I have the Gigabyte Windforce 3x and it's really quiet even under load due to the three fans, however it's quite long so time to measure your case if your gonna look into that.
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February 20, 2014 4:00:38 AM

BlankInsanity said:
The ASUS is the quietest of them all only when idle. The MSI is the quietest of the three when under load and probably overclocks the best of the three, The hawk edition is bought only if your gonna overclock it due to the dual BIOS. The EVGA is the in-betweener if you know what I mean. the ASUS card sacrifices cooling over quietness which results in being the hottest of the three under load.

people would say get the EVGA because of there stellar RMA service, but if you want the best performer I'd say get the MSI. Gigabyte is also a good option, I have the Gigabyte Windforce 3x and it's really quiet even under load due to the three fans, however it's quite long so time to measure your case if your gonna look into that.


thanks on great points, i think ill go with MSI then
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