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NVIDIA GTX 760 Tries To Win Indian Gamer Hearts For Rs. 19499

By Kaustubh Katdare in 'Gadgets | Software | Apps', Jun 26, 2013.

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    World's leading graphics cards maker, NVIDIA has introduced the GeForce GTX 760 in India with a price tag of Rs. 19499. The GPU promises to take your gaming performance a step ahead with smoother frame rates and a few exclusive GTX features. NVIDIA says that the 760 has been built on the Kepler architecture based GPU and delivers dramatically more powerful graphics than what the Playstation 4 and XBOX one can offer. It'd be a perfect companion to play the latest games like Call Of Duty: Ghosts, Watch Dogs and Battlefield 4.

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    While NVIDIA cards tell you how the games are 'meant to be played', the card & its price itself isn't meant for any average gamer. If you seek 'insanely high' performance for your games, this GPU is for you - says Scott Herkelman, GM of the GeForce GPU business.

    The NVIDIA GTX 760 includes GPU Boost 2.0 technology which allows the card to automatically increase the GPU's clock speed for enhanced performance while taking care of the temperatures using fan speed, extra over-voltage headroom and optimisations for water-cooling solutions. The card supports NVIDIA's PhysX - physics engine, TXAA - anti aliasing. In addition, The GeForce Experience software delivers industry's best drivers for smoother gaming experiences and a few advance features like ShadowPlay. Using the SLI technology, gamers who want to go beyond the single-GPU setup can setup their computers to use multiple GPUs in sync.

    We'd like to ask our PC gamer friends whether they think GTX 760 offers the bang for the buck. Share your thoughts via comments below.
     
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Discussion in 'Gadgets | Software | Apps' started by Kaustubh Katdare, Jun 26, 2013.