Overall and Final Verdict
Looking at an overclocked card is always interesting. I mean after seeing the performance of the reference card we already have our expectations set. Because of this sometimes checking out a card like the GTX 760 Superclocked w/ACX can be underwhelming, but I can say without a doubt that this isn’t one of those times. The reference GTX 760 left a little to be desired both in its cooling as well as styling. EVGA did a great job improving on both of those things. I think the ACX cooling of the EVGA GTX 760 Superclocked w/ACX is going to look great in any build without drawing to much attention as well. Even better yet was the boost in performance that I saw over the stock speeds with the GTX 760 Superclocked w/ACX’s overclock. The overclocked numbers inched close and sometimes beyond the performance of the GTX 670, at a considerably lower cost. Speaking of cost, this card is going to run you $259.99 at launch, $10 more than the reference card. For $10 you are getting much better cooling, styling, and a big boost in performance.
My only complaint about the card at all was that my overclocking results didn’t live up to the expectations that I saw with the reference card, but this is unrelated to the GTX 760 Superclocked w/ACX. The GTX 760 is just going to be hit and miss for overclocking. Anyhow, if you are on the market for a GTX 760, I would highly recommend picking up this card, considering the price over a stock card you really can’t ask for anything more.