Galaxy Launch GTX 770 GC 4GB Graphics Card
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
Galaxy have just unveiled their latest high performance Nvidia graphics card. The Galaxy GTX 770 GC 4GB graphics card is identical to the Galaxy GTX 770 GC 2GB graphics card except Galaxy have doubled up on the video RAM for the graphics card. The 4GB version features the same 1163MHz boost clock, up from 1085MHz stock, and a base clock of 1110MHz up from 1046MHz stock. The additional 2GB of VRAM is going to be particularly crucial for gamers looking to use high resolution displays or multiple high resolution displays with resolutions such as 2560 by 1440 and 5760 by 1080.
The graphics card features Galaxy’s Air Bracket implementation, which is a ventilated PCI bracket at the back to aid with the removal of hot air out the back of the chassis. The card has DVI-I, DVI-D, DisplayPort and HDMI outputs while an adapter for a VGA display is included if you’re using an ancient enough display. The Galaxy GTX 770 GC 4GB card supports Direct X 11.1, GPU Boost 2.0, TXAA and a maximum of four concurrent displays. The VRM is 5+2 phases, vs the 4+2 phases on the reference design. The Galaxy implementation uses IR DirectFET MOSFETs that reduce EMI and heat output.
Pricing and availability is TBA but will probably be about 10-15% higher than the GTX 770 GC 2GB which costs about $400. In Europe we will probably see this graphics card arrive under the KFA2 branding soon.
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