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The Nvidia GeForce GTX follows the GTX , which back in its day, was the best bang for your buck graphics card of its generation. Packed with 1, CUDA cores and a boost clock of 1, MHz, the 4GB (or GB if you’re being pedantic) GTX was more than capable of powering the best PC games at p – and still is.

However, fast forward to the Nvidia GeForce GTX , and it’s taken the crown from its value-oriented precursor. So, did it succeed in following the GTX ?

Well, the GTX has more more CUDA cores, up to 1,, along with a higher boost clock at 1,MHz. Plus, an additional GB of  GDDR5 VRAM.

Of course, the Nvidia GeForce GTX is based on Pascal’s mighty 16nm FinFET manufacturing process, enabling TFLOPs of overall performance. That puts it in the same league as some of the best graphics cards out there, like the Titan X, but for half the price.

 If you take a look back at our first review of the GTX that launched at the beginning of this June, you'll know our biggest complaint was with the price. The Founder's Edition looks fantastic and really does wonders to reinvigorate the now ageing metallic cooler we first saw with the launch of the GTX way back in the day. 

One issue with Nvidia’s Founder’s Edition cards is that you end up paying a high premium for what? A slightly earlier release date and sub-par cooling? Color us unconvinced. Unfortunately, this trend is true again with the Nvidia GeForce GTX

UK-based retailer Overclockers will be selling the Founder's Edition version at £ (around $ or AUS$). There is a reason to be optimistic, however, as partner cards will be coming in at a far lower price.

MSI's Aero Cooler for instance, with a default blower style cooler is priced at £ (around $ or AUS$), while an aftermarket Twin Frozr will set you back 10 pounds (around $14/AUS$19) more.

However, the Nvidia GeForce RTX has finally arrived, and Nvidia GeForce GTX prices are going to fall rapidly – with the MSI Gaming X card included. So, you can bet that there will be a ton of Cyber Monday deals to further slash the prices on this last-gen midrange GPU. 

X marks the spot

The GTX variant we have here is non-other than MSI's top of the line Gaming X that comes with a fully custom PCB, improved fan design, LED lighting and stock overclock as standard. And, a meaty one at that. Thanks to MSI's Afterburner software, you have access to three different modes: Silent, Gaming and OC mode.

These fan modes fit in with the clean aesthetic design of MSI’s new Gaming X GTX It’s a nice reiteration of the last generation, but there are still a few things that bug us here – not least the inclusion of RGB LEDs on a card that’s mostly black and red, as realistically you just can’t change the color on that from anything other than red, white or off. Other than that it’s a fairly nice update.

However, these noise and aesthetic changes are arguably trivial, as once buried in your case you’ll barely hear or see this thing – unless you have a tempered glass side panel. This is especially true when you consider the 0dB fan tech that keeps the fans off until the core hits 60 degrees.

So, what makes this monster different from the GTX we reviewed a few weeks prior? Well, basically, just a few less CUDA cores,a  lower base clock and a departure from the 10GHz memory of GDDR5X. That being said, GDDR5 is still a strong competitive VRAM memory spec, so it’s hardly like you’re going to be losing out to a huge degree, especially at p and p.

The extra megahertz on that core clock, that the factory overclock brings, will net you a good 20% improvement to frame rates in-game. Now, we know that doesn't sound like a lot, but as far as minimum frame rates go, the higher they are the smoother your overall experience will be.


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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Mobile


The Nvidia GeForce GTX is the second fastest Pascal based graphics card in mid May It comes in two variants, the desktop version (see here for the detail page) with shaders and the mobile variant with shaders and lower clock rates. Both cards are based on a cut down GP chip (like the GTX ) and are manufactured in 16 nm FinFET at TSMC.

Compared to the GTX, the GTX features less CUDA cores ( versus ) that are clocked a bit lower (maximum Boost versus ). Instead of the new GDDR5X, the GTX uses slower GDDR5 graphics memory - but still 8 GB. The TDP is also reduced and rumored to be 10 Watts higher than the predecessor, the GTX M.

For thin and light laptops Nvidia offer a Max-Q called version of the GTX with lower TDP and also significantly lower performance. Sadly this variant im sold with the same GTX name, making it hard to judge the performance.

The performance depends on the cooling solution of the laptop. With a good fan system, the performance of the laptop version is on par with the desktop GTX (Founders Edition). Nvidia claims that partner solutions can be up to 10 percent slower however. In our benchmarks with various laptops the performance ranged from -5 to % slower performance compared to partner models of the GTX desktop models with slightly higher clocks.

On average the GTX is around 20 percent faster than the old mobile GeForce GTX and therefore the second fastest mobile graphics card (non SLI). Therefore it is capable of WQHD and 4K gaming in high settings (see game benchmarks below).

The GP chip is manufactured in 16nm FinFET process at TSMC and offers a range of new features. DisplayPort (ready), HDMI b, HDR, Simultaneous Multi-Projection (SMP), improved H video en- and decoders (for PlayReady ) are only some of the improvements. See our detailed Pascal architecture article for more details.

The power consumption of the GTX is specified with Watt TGP according to Nvidia and therefore slightly above the old GeForce GTX M. This leads to rather big and clunky gaming laptops that use the GTX The later released Max-Q version of the GTX uses only 80 - 90 Watt TGP and is therefore better suited for thin and light laptops.


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NVIDIA GeForce RTX Mobile 12%

AMD Radeon RX M 15%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Mobile 16%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Max-Q 18%


NVIDIA Quadro P 25%

NVIDIA Quadro RTX (Laptop) 32%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Mobile 34%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX SLI (Laptop) 94%

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NVIDIA Quadro RTX Max-Q 3%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Max-Q 6%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Ti Mobile 9%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Max-Q 11%

NVIDIA Quadro RTX (Laptop) 11%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Ti Laptop GPU 12%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Mobile 19%

AMD Radeon RX M 22%

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Mobile

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Ti Laptop GPU 2%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Max-Q 3%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Ti Mobile 3%

NVIDIA Quadro RTX (Laptop) 4%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Max-Q 7%

AMD Radeon RX M 9%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Mobile 14%

NVIDIA Quadro P 18%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Max-Q 23%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX SLI (Laptop) %

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NVIDIA GeForce MX -3%

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Mobile

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Max-Q 1%

NVIDIA Quadro P 2%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Max-Q 3%

AMD Radeon RX Vega M GH 5%

AMD Radeon Pro M 6%

NVIDIA Quadro P 8%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX (Laptop) 9%

NVIDIA Quadro T (Laptop) 10%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Max-Q 10%

NVIDIA Quadro RTX (Laptop) 47%

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX Mobile 7%

AMD Radeon HD M Crossfire 9%

AMD Radeon RX M 9%

NVIDIA Quadro MM 13%

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Max-Q 14%


NVIDIA GeForce RTX Mobile 18%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Max-Q 26%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Laptop GPU 87%

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AMD Radeon Pro Vega 16 5%

AMD Radeon Pro M 8%

AMD Radeon RX (Laptop) 8%

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AMD Radeon RX M 14%

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Super Mobile 88%

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ASUS graphics cards are produced using Auto-Extreme technology, an industry-first % automated production process, and feature premium Super Alloy Power II components that enhance efficiency, reduce power loss, decrease component buzzing under load, and lower thermal temperatures for unsurpassed quality and reliability.

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ASUS Dual series of GeForce&#; GTX graphics cards have two HDMI ports for connecting a VR device and display at the same time, so you can enjoy immersive virtual reality experiences anytime without having to swap cables.

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Adjust clock speeds, voltages and fan speeds to tune your graphics card(s) exactly how you want to. Select between GPU Tweak&#;s Standard or Advanced modes depending on your level of experience.

Choose Standard Mode to access Intuitive options for easy tweaking. This is great for those learning how to tune graphics cards. Alternatively try out the Advanced Mode for sophisticated and extensive tuning options that enable complete control for experienced overclockers.

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Now, you can also launch XSplit Gamecaster to bring up the in-game overlay and start streaming or recording your gameplay with the click of a button. You can also try the in-game annotations and video editor features to enhance your game stream experience.
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Revisiting the GeForce GTX in 

Over the past few weeks we’ve been checking out previous-gen graphics cards, which could be used as a stop-gap solution to the GPU shortage if you can get them second hand for a good price. It all started with the Radeon RX 8GB which was $ when we started recommending it earlier in the year, but sadly by the time we got to it, the asking price had skyrocketed to $ a piece. Most recently it seems to be going back down, so something to watch.

Later we moved on to the much more affordable GeForce GTX 6GB which could comfortably be had for around $, or $50 above the MSRP set 5 years prior. As ridiculous as that sounds -- and it is -- this is a decent deal and makes the GTX one of the cheaper and better value graphics cards you can pick up at the moment.

However, if you’re willing to spend what should be RTX Ti money ($) on an old GeForce GTX , that means you could get to enjoy all the latest and greatest games using respectable quality settings. The GTX launched in mid with an MSRP of $ and today you’re paying roughly that price for a used model.

In a normal market, that’s a laughably bad deal, but today it’s actually decent and it certainly beats buying a RX for the same money, especially given that model was selling brand new for ~$ about two years ago.

Just to make sure nothing’s changed in that time, we'll be comparing the GTX head-to-head with the RX 8GB in 15 games at p and p using a range of quality settings.

Before we jump into all the blue bar graphs, a few quick notes on the test system.

All testing has been conducted on our Ryzen 9 X test system using 32GB of DDR CL14 memory and the latest available display driver, so the results are going to be entirely GPU limited. Let’s get into it…

Gaming Benchmarks

Starting with Assassin's Creed Valhalla we see that at p the GTX is around 15% faster than the RX and around 10% faster at p. That’s a great result for the aging GeForce GPU as it means it was good for around 60 fps at p using the medium quality settings and then 70 fps with low.

It also means that you can get decent experience at p using the low quality settings, which is not amazing, but it’s a nice step up from the Radeon RX and with both priced very competitively right now on the second hand market, it does make the GeForce GPU a much better buy.

Next up we have Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege and here the GTX was blistering fast, leaving the RX behind by a 16% margin at p and p when using the medium and high quality settings.

For those seeking + fps the medium quality preset at p will work, and for the slightly more casual + gamers you’ll get away with high even at p.

Biomutant was a bit of a struggle to run on the RX , especially with the high quality preset. This was far less of an issue with the GTX which was between 35 and 45% faster at p, and then around % faster at p.

This meant that at p it was possible to achieve over 80 fps even with the high quality preset, while comparable performance was possible at p using low. So excellent performance overall, especially for p gamers.

The GTX proves once again that it’s still very capable of tackling the latest games, this time pushing well over 60 fps in Outriders using the high quality preset. Even at p performance was good, 66 fps using medium was a great experience and even 53 fps with the high quality settings wasn’t bad, it was also an impressive 61% performance increase over the RX

The GTX was also in a completely different class when testing with Horizon Zero Dawn. We’re looking at a ~35% performance boost and that meant well over 60 fps at p using even the favor quality preset and then over 60 fps at p using the original quality preset. That’s a solid result and plenty of performance at respectable quality settings for gamers to enjoy this title.

We’re looking at around % more performance in Shadow of the Tomb Raider with the GTX and that allows for well over 60 fps at p using respectable quality settings, such as the medium preset which still looks very good.

Then at p the dips below 60 fps using the medium preset and therefore those seeking more frames will require the low or lowest preset.

We’ve seen previously that Doom Eternal runs exceptionally well on the RX and even the older R9 So it comes as little surprise to find the GTX makes out just fine, delivering over fps even at p using the nightmare settings.

Death Stranding plays well using the Radeon RX and here the GTX offers % more performance at well over 60 fps, even at p using the second highest quality preset. That being the case the GTX is more than capable of delivering an enjoyable gaming experience at either p or p in Death Stranding.

If these results look a bit odd to you it’s because they are. The RX runs into some kind of bug in Dirt 5, which is humorous given this is an AMD sponsored title. So the margins to the GTX are significantly larger than they should be, but that’s not an issue for the GeForce GPU as it was able to deliver more than 60 fps at p using the medium quality preset. The is a great second hand option for those looking to do some rally driving.

Moving on, we have Watch Dogs: Legion and here the GTX offered ~% more performance and the extra frames came in particularly handy when using the high quality preset which saw the GeForce GPU render 73 fps on average at p and 51 fps at p.

Resident Evil Village played exceptionally well on the RX , but even so the GTX has a little extra to offer, at least when not CPU limited which is what we see at p using the performance preset, capping us at around fps. Using the maximum quality preset we’re looking at up to a 17% performance improvement with 84 fps on average and then 12% at p, jumping up from 50 to 56 fps.

Now, Cyberpunk didn’t play all that well on the RX as the best we could achieve was 55 fps using the low quality preset. The GTX wasn’t much better, but the 16% boost at p using the low quality preset was welcomed as it did make the game noticeably smoother. Alternatively, you could aim for the same ish frame rate but increase the visuals with the medium preset, so the GTX is a little more flexible here.

Given what we’ve seen so far it will probably come as little surprise that the GTX is able to run Forza Horizon 4 with ease, averaging 87 fps at p using the highest in-game quality preset. For high refresh rate gaming, the medium quality preset will work at p, but if for some reason you require even more performance the Pascal GPU was able to render fps using the very low quality preset.

The second last game tested is Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order where the GTX is simply in another league, offering % more performance than the RX

As a result, we’re almost able to achieve a 60 fps average at p using the highest quality visual settings. That meant 66 fps was possible using the high quality preset at p, or fps at p, so exceptional performance in this title from the old Pascal GPU.

Finally we have F1 , where the GTX provides over 60 fps at p using the highest quality preset. That being the case, p gamers will be able to receive a high refresh rate experience using even the highest quality settings, so for this title you don’t need anything more than a

Average Performance

On average, the GeForce GTX offers ~27% more performance than the Radeon RX at both tested resolutions across a range of quality presets. This means for p gaming the GTX is still for the most part able to deliver 60 fps or better, with very few exceptions.

Those gaming at p will be able to achieve 60 fps or better for the most part with medium quality settings. For what is now an older mid-range product, that’s a great result.

Hot or Not?

As expected, the GeForce GTX is not only faster than the RX for gaming, but it’s also very capable in , delivering highly playable performance in almost every game using a respectable level of quality settings. Of course, paying $ for a used GTX is a hard pill to swallow, but if you’ve been unable to game for the better part of a year now, it might be worth pulling the trigger.

It’s hard to put a dollar figure on something you enjoy and rely on to unwind, and I know from experience that a big part of my week is catching up with friends online and enjoying some gaming.

In a normal market, for $ you should have access to the GeForce RTX Ti, a product that offers around 80% more performance. Heck, for $ you got over 50% more performance with the XT two years ago now, but of course, we’re faced with a volatile market at the moment.

Today the XT typically sells on the second hand market for $ to $, so in terms of cost per frame it’s actually much worse than the GTX we just showed. Not to mention, it's simply less attainable overall.

Another alternative is to snap up an RTX Super for around $, but that’s still 50% more expensive than what the GTX are typically going for and you’ll only be looking at ~25% more performance. In other words, for desperate gamers looking at the second hand market, for a good level of performance the GTX does look like a decent deal right now.

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Double Ball Bearings give the unique MSI TORX Fans a strong and lasting core for years of smooth gaming. They also remain virtually silent while spinning under load, keeping your graphics card cool during intense and lengthy gaming sessions.


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First introduced in by MSI, ZeroFrozr technology has made its mark and is now the industry standard among graphics cards. It eliminates fan noise by stopping the fans in low-load situations. This means you can focus on gaming without the noise of spinning fans.

During intense gaming or benchmarking

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TORX Fan design generates 22% more air pressure for supremely silent performance in the heat of battle.

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Up to 8mm thick copper heat pipes with a smooth squared shape at the bottom maximize heat transfer from the surface of the copper base plate.

Solid Baseplate

To temper the heat generated by a powerful GPU, MSI GAMING series graphics cards use a solid nickel-plated copper base plate. The base plate catches the heat from the GPU and transfers it to the heat pipes for dissipation so you can keep cool.

Premium Thermal Compound

Every detail counts when it comes to creating the ultimate thermal design, which is why TWIN FROZR VI uses a premium thermal compound to make sure it outlives the competition.


Discover next-generation VR performance, the lowest latency, and plug-and-play compatibility with leading headsets—driven by NVIDIA VRWorks™ technologies. VR audio, physics, and haptics let you hear and feel every moment.


Pascal-powered graphics cards give you superior performance and power efficiency, built using ultra-fast FinFET and supporting DirectX™ 12 features to deliver the fastest, smoothest, most power-efficient gaming experiences.


Pascal is built to meet the demands of next generation displays, including VR, ultra-high-resolution, and multiple monitors. It features NVIDIA GameWorks™ technologies for extremely smooth gameplay and cinematic experiences. Plus, it includes revolutionary new degree image capture.


Where other cards can take up to 3 expansion slots of space, the TWIN FROZR VI only takes up 2 expansion slots. This prevents unnecessary blocking of PCI slots on your motherboard, is better for SLI setups and improves overall airflow through the case.

Fits in any build

With a maximum length of 27,9cm, the MSI GAMING graphics cards will fit in almost any regular sized PC case without a problem.


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