MSI GTX 760 OC Gaming
MSI’s GTX 760 OC Gaming (N760 TF 2GD5/OC) is equipped with the same TwinFrozr IV cooler introduced with the GTX 770 OC Gaming and Lightning cards. Like Gigabyte's offering, a slim thermal solution makes the GTX 760 OC Gaming a good choice for an SLI setup, leaving about 0.4 inches between the cards. At 11.81 inches, it is about 0.8 inches longer than its competition, though it also weighs a little less at 26.1 ounces. The MSI card is also the slowest of the factory-overclocked cards, running at 1020 MHz.
|Technical Specifications And Dimensions|
|Boost (according to BIOS)||1085 MHz|
|Attainable Maximum Boost Under Load||1163 MHz|
|Height||125 mm / 4.92 inches|
|Length||300 mm / 11.81 inches|
|Width (Cooler Side)||36 mm / 1.42 inches (<= double-slot)|
|Width (PCB side)||4 mm / 0.16 inches (no backplate, frame only)|
|max. Weight||742 g / 26.2 ounces|
|Fans||2 x 92 mm / 3.62 inches (fan diameter)|
A single, extended sink dissipates the GPU’s heat, which is drawn away using two 8 mm and three 6 mm copper pipes. RAM and VRMs receive their own dedicated cooling courtesy of a massive frame that provides sufficient airflow.
One 6- and one 8-pin auxiliary power connector sit atop the PCB, along with two SLI interfaces.
The horizontally-aligned cooling fins push exhaust out of the card's back side into your case and through a half-slot grille cut into the I/O bracket. A DVI port consumes the other half of that slot space.
MSI’s card offers the same connectivity as Nvidia's reference design, namely dual-link DVI-I, dual-link DVI-D, HDMI, and DisplayPort.