ASUS GTX 780 DirectCU II OC graphics card

This high-end graphics card is for serious gamers only

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    4.50 / 5
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    $ 849.00 (AUD)

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C Goto



The quality is enough for it to weather 20-years gaming.
The VRAM should be 4GB to take account of tomorrows games. No SLi bridge for the 3Gb VRAM
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This is an utterly stunning card (order from Amazon) which matches anything out there on Earth for its quality. Pure joy in games. I would like to see a GTX780Ti version with 4Gb VRAM, but I dream big realistic dreams sometimes.
I would like this card to have had an SLi brodge for the 3Gb VRAM so that it could link the memory together in a double card (SLi/Crossfire) set-up, so you have 6Gb VRAM for the games made around the year 2020. Another `free` diea from yours truly.
I have graphics cards built 10 years ago of nowhere near this quality which still work perfect for light PC tasks. This product is stunning, powerful and sublime; and I would want paying for some other inventive tech to make it or any card even better for O/C. so, Asus, do you mail rogerthat1945 via a search engine offering cards for ideas?

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