Top 5 Best Nvidia Graphics Cards for Gaming in 2013

If you are an avid gamer then you likely are interested in Nvidia Graphics cards to help enhance your gaming experience. Remember that prices for these cards will vary depending on the purchase location.

Here is information on the top 5 best Nvidia graphics cards for gaming 2013:

1. GeForce GTX Titan

A graphics card that came out in March 2013 is the GeForce GTX Titan. The GTX Titan runs via a GK110 processor, which previously was only available in the Telsa K20x or the K20. This new GTX Titan comes with 2,688 CUDA cores, as well as 224 texture units, 6 gigs of GDDR5 memory, 48 ROPs and up to 837 MHz for game play. However it is pricey and will run you about $1,000.

2. GeForce GTX 680

This graphics card is a bit cheaper and is running at around $450. It is said by users to provide smoother, faster and cleaner gaming experiences. Its features include:

  • A base clock rate of 1006 MHz
  • A Boost Clock rate of 1058MHz
  • A Memory Clock rated at 6000 MHz
  • PCI-E 3.0 compatible
  • CUDA Cores that equal 1536
  • 2048 megabytes of GDDR5 256 bit memory
  • A Nvidia SMX engine
  • Powerful Nvidia Adaptive Sync
  • Innovative Nvidia GPU Boost
  • Rich Nvidia Surround Sound
  • Support for using more than one display at same time
  • Nvidia PhysX
  • Fantastic Nvidia 3D Vision and SLI Ready technology
  • Innovative Nvidia CUDA Technology

3. GeForce GTX 660

This Nvidia Graphics card runs around $300 on average. Some of its features include:

  • Triple Overvoltage
  • Enhanced PWM Design that can boost overclocking up to 18.2 percent
  • Clock rate of 1097 MHz

4. GeForce GTX 670

This graphics card will run gamers $360 to $380 on average. It is rated highly by users with an average of four and a half stars on Amazon.com. Some of its features include:

  • A Base Clock rated at 1006MHz
  • A Boost Clock rated at 1084MHz
  • A Memory Clock speed of 6208MHz
  • CUDA Cores of 1344
  • PCI-e 3.0 Compatible
  • Requires a 500W,2 6-pin PCI-E power supply connector

5. GeForce GTX 650

This card is much more affordable at between $108 and $175 on average. This card is said to be compatible with DirectX 11 as well as offering NVIDIA Kepler to supply the best possible graphics at 1080 HD quality. Some of its main features include:

  • CUDA Cores of 384
  • PCI-Express 3.0 compatible
  • Nvidia Adaptive Vertical Sync
  • Rich Nvidia Surround Sound
  • Powerful Nvidia SMX Engine
  • Support for 3 displays at the same time
  • State of the art Nvidia PhysX
  • Nvidia 3D Vision Ready
  • Pioneering Nvidia CUDA Technology

 

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