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does PNY GTX 770 4GB OC2 support 4K

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April 27, 2014 6:28:20 PM

Hardware Canucks reviewed the PNY GTX 770 4GB OC2 video card on a 4K monitor playing Crysis 3 . here is the link:

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-r...

PNY website says this card will only support 2560 X 1600..here is the link:

http://www3.pny.com/GTX-770-4096MB-OC2-PCIe-P3439C589.a...


I have one the cards now in my old computer( AMD 940 overclocked, 850 PSU, 8GB DDR2, A7GM Foxconn MOBO))and have a new build in progress and will possibly SLI in future when my build is complete. How is this Possible, and if not, can I add an EVGA GTX 770 4GB CLassified to the PNY in SLI to make it 4k because EVGA card does support 4K . My new build is also posted here at Toms Hardware if you would like to see it. Just wondering how they tested the PNY card?

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April 27, 2014 6:37:09 PM

That card will support 4K resolutions. 4K monitors are essentially two smaller resolution monitors sewn together into one, so one way of looking at is as a pair of 2560 X 1600 monitors (or whatever the resolution works out to be). Basically, manufacturers have not updated their spec sheets to include 4K. As long as you have the required monitor connectors, which this card has an identical setup as the GTX 780 Ti, then you are good to go. As you saw in the review, 4K works and this card does a pretty good job.
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April 27, 2014 6:49:41 PM

The 2560 x 1600 is weird. nVidia say 4k (for 2gB) - http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt... using DVI-D.

I think Palit own PNY along with Galaxy and Gainward. They are bottom price gpus. I know they cost more, but I wouldn't worry about using an evga as much as any of them from Palit.

I'm not alone - http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1704720/pny-geforc...

PNY run cooler and quieter than reference cooled 770s (per HWCanucks) so they should perform OK. Maybe their video ouput spec is wrong.
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April 27, 2014 7:09:07 PM

PNY is owned by Hewlet Packard and specs are as good as EVGA. Plus I got this card for $329 on a special. Its Now 369 after rebate. LIFETIME WARRANTY... I saw Nvidea website said 4k is supported. I may have to call PNY. 17seconds is probably correct though...
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April 27, 2014 10:58:03 PM

corndog1836 said:
PNY is owned by Hewlet Packard and specs are as good as EVGA. Plus I got this card for $329 on a special. Its Now 369 after rebate. LIFETIME WARRANTY... I saw Nvidea website said 4k is supported. I may have to call PNY. 17seconds is probably correct though...

17seconds is correct.
http://www.tomshardware.com/community/badge/nvidia.html...
http://www.tomshardware.com/community/badge/graphicscar...

PNY is not owned by HP. They are an American company run out of Brooklyn, NY and have nothing to do with Palit/Gainward. As you read in that review, their OC card with the custom design is one of the best you can buy and comes with the highest factory overclock of any GTX 770 model. Their lifetime warranty is unbeatable, literally. The card can absolutely do 4K resolutions, just like any card with the appropriate monitor connections.
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July 16, 2014 10:14:38 PM

corndog1836 said:
PNY is owned by Hewlet Packard and specs are as good as EVGA. Plus I got this card for $329 on a special. Its Now 369 after rebate. LIFETIME WARRANTY... I saw Nvidea website said 4k is supported. I may have to call PNY. 17seconds is probably correct though...


where did ya get it for that price on special, couldnt have been on amazon or newegg, pcpartspicker.com hasn't seen it that low, I researched this card to no end, it is literally one of the fastest GTX 770s out there, in some games it was a few FPS short of the GTX 780

Lemme tell ya I myself just just scored a slick ass deal on 2 of these bad boys from an authorized resller

Starting price of $359.99 + $4.99 shipping - 15% cashback from Rakuten of $50 per card (used code REWARDME on Sunday, expired now) - %1.75 cashback of fatwallet.com of $6.38 per card = $308.50 each ....smoking deal for a faster card than the OC one that was on amazon for $309!

Im actually in for 2 for SLI, total was $729 - $100 cashback to use on rakuten.com - $12 fatwallet.com = $617 for both, or $308.50 a pop, beat the amazon deal on a faster card with $100 back to spend on rakuten.com for whatever I want (3TB WD Green anyone?) lol for something that smokes a Titan twice as expensive, no single video card can beat SLI 770s right now and with 4GB vram it will really open them up...These OC2s must scream in SLI, I can't believe people still recommend 2GB VRAM They arrive tomorrow I will be uploading SLI videos and benchmarks on my youtube channel under acemanx
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Hey aceman, thats awsome, let see some numbers when your hooked up. Sorry to say I may go with a 780ti on my new build tho, maybe even two 780ti's. Hehe..
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